Two years after the launch of an atomic bombs at 7.9 square meters, scientists still continue to learn from the Keikura earthquake, two years after the launch of energy equivalent.
On the night of November 14, 2016, one of the most complex earthquakes that we found anywhere in the world is GNS Science earthquake geologist Dr. Rob Longridge.
It was very less of being overwhelmed by a single program.
Over 20 disruptions have been activated. Of these, 14 were destroyed violently to deploy more than one meter.
This effect was not as dramatic as Marlborough's Kekarengu Fault, who landed until 12th.
In some places, they could see the widest expanse of indigenous countries.
"The lesson is that the continent has been propagated from one region to another.The continental earthquake in the north continues to rise in the north and leads to major mistakes in the Malboro region," said Langridge.
"The broken mistakes proved to be a complex network of northeastern attacks that were linked to a different kind of north-strategic error."
More broadly, this incident triggered scientists to consider the role of the satellite, the Pacific Plate, under Marlborough.
Previously, this part of the plate was completely "locked", or added to the crust, but now it is played by a large earthquake role in this part of the South Island.
Lundrich and colleagues began collecting scientific information on flaws, landslides, mud dams, tsunami and liquidity, to advise governments and councils to help society.
After collecting a lot of data we've prepared to publish scientific papers in many foreign and regional journals. So we can get the knowledge, he said.
"Now, when we've been missing these errors, we're trying to understand past history.
"So we give the funds to return to Patotta, Kekerang, Hundalia, Hamppas, Leader's mistakes and coastal stories.
Several scientific fields have also done many things from geosciences to GPS based Geodesy.
This summer, the papacy is broken, and his team is tired to understand thousands of years while moving in periods.
The fault caused a slip in the 2016 earthquake. Scientists have recorded up to 9 millimeters and 6 million in the horizontal movement.
"It's a great land use in land use worldwide." Langridge said.
"The amount of time it takes to collect this error is the key to unlocking these errors."
That was the impossibility of imposing a major earthquake.
GeoTEet has reported over 20,000 damages in the years after the earthquake.
However, one of these was more than 3.0, and the number of attractions reduced.
Geonatt's nearest earthquake is a favorable prediction. Estimates of a fixed number of calculations suggest that a 15% chance of taking 6.0 to 6.9 over the next three months is possible – 46% 12-month period.
Langridge saw the possibility of future earthquakes in human time when compared to the earth's spaces.
"The way I look at it is, we live in a plateboard with 4 miles in every century," he said.
"In the distant memory we speak of the Awarere and Wairarapa earthquakes in the middle of the nineteenth century.
"We have seen some mistakes in the Central New Zealand which are now involved in the earthquake.
We need to prepare each person individually for a chance of future earthquakes – they are part of our cover photo. "