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Mean basement strike measurements extracted from the <span class="search-highlight">QMAP</span> GIS ( Rattenbury ...
Published: 17 August 2022
Figure 3. Mean basement strike measurements extracted from the QMAP GIS ( Rattenbury and Isaac, 2012 ). Left: New Zealand-wide basement strike orientation data compiled from 50 km gridded analysis by H. Seebeck (2018 , personal commun.). Right: North Island East Coast basement strike orientation
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2001
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2001) 91 (1): 64–81.
... be an exhaustive search over all parameters, over an area significantly larger than just the epicenter region, and against a test of the null hypothesis. QMAP is a new mapping approach to process full catalogs, that is, some twenty years of data for areas of one million km 2 , with one fixed set of parameters...
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Geological map of the Hundalee fault area. Derived from the <span class="search-highlight">QMAP</span> 1:250,000‐...
Published: 05 June 2018
Figure 2. Geological map of the Hundalee fault area. Derived from the QMAP 1:250,000‐scale geological map database ( Rattenbury et al. , 2006 ; Heron, 2014 ) and underlain by a digital elevation model (DEM). A revised position for part of the Hundalee fault (dashed black line) and additional
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Calculation scheme of  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span> . Each time window,  dt,  is subdivided into bi...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 1. Calculation scheme of qmap . Each time window, dt, is subdivided into bins or slots to sort all events within a box dx 2 . Seismic activity is described by the number of filled bins n slot . The average state is obtained by reordering n slot of all time windows dt at fixed
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Calculation of  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span>  functionals at Parkfield (35.92 Lat, – 120.47 Lon). P...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 2. Calculation of qmap functionals at Parkfield (35.92 Lat, – 120.47 Lon). Parameters are dx = 30 km, dt = 250d, M thres = 2.0; time increment is four months. The first window displays large earthquakes by time and distance; only events below the qmap line are considered
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(a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span>  with relative scaling. For dis...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 8. (a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by qmap with relative scaling. For discussion of individual anomalies, see the text.
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(a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span>  with relative scaling. For dis...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 8. (a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by qmap with relative scaling. For discussion of individual anomalies, see the text.
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(a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span>  with relative scaling. For dis...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 8. (a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by qmap with relative scaling. For discussion of individual anomalies, see the text.
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(a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span>  with relative scaling. For dis...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 8. (a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by qmap with relative scaling. For discussion of individual anomalies, see the text.
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(a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span>  with relative scaling. For dis...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 8. (a–e) Maps of quiescence 1980–1999 by qmap with relative scaling. For discussion of individual anomalies, see the text.
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Filter operators for  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span>  relative  scaling. The maps are enhanced by two...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 3. Filter operators for qmap relative scaling. The maps are enhanced by two morphological operations of image processing. The purpose of these erosions is to suppress isolated anomaly spots in time and space. Any pixel is kept if it conforms to the bounding condition, else it is set
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(a) Maps of null hypothesis 1989 by  <span class="search-highlight">qmap</span>  with absolute scaling. The null ...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 7. (a) Maps of null hypothesis 1989 by qmap with absolute scaling. The null hypothesis describes how much quiescence spots would precede a real event even if the earthquake distribution is completely random. This randomness is derived from the given catalog by arbitrarily exchanging
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(a) Maps of epicenters 1989. The  cnss  catalog is broken down into four-mo...
Published: 01 February 2001
Figure 6. (a) Maps of epicenters 1989. The cnss catalog is broken down into four-month windows, each starting at the noted time. All events with minimum magnitude 2.0 are considered. (b) Maps of quiescence by qmap with absolute scaling. The calculations of equations (1)–(4) are performed
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Palinspastic maps for selected time-planes with geology superimposed, displ...
Published: 17 August 2022
Anomaly–Dun Mountain-Maitai Terrane; TVZ—Taupō Volcanic Zone. QMAP geological data from Heron (2018) .
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Maps of average seismicity. Statistical properties of the seismic catalog g...
Published: 01 February 2001
normalization by equation (7), and analysis area of qmap after application of all muting criteria.
Journal Article
Published: 27 February 2015
Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis (2015) 15 (2-3): 193–204.
... programmes in the region. NZP&M reports have been the main source of historical exploration results and these have been compiled into a digital database that includes rock chip and stream sediment geochemistry. GNS Sciences QMAP geological mapping over Rotorua, Hawkes Bay and Taranaki ( Townsend et al...
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(A) Map of the Mataketake Range with sample locations from this study and p...
Published: 20 December 2018
Figure 1. (A) Map of the Mataketake Range with sample locations from this study and previous studies indicated. Metamorphic isograds are based on the QMAP Geological Map of New Zealand ( Rattenbury and Isaac, 2012 ). Inset shows the location of the study area within the South Island of New
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Map showing distribution of the Haast Schist in the South Island, New Zeala...
Published: 28 March 2018
Science (QMAP, scale 1:250,000) sheets compiled by Turnbull (2000) , Begg and Johnston (2000) , Nathan et al. (2002) , Rattenbury et al. (2006 , 2010) , and Cox and Barrell (2007) . A.L.A.—Aspiring lithologic association. Schist sample localities for which detrital zircon ages are presented
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Minimum age populations of detrital zircons from quartzofeldspathic schist ...
Published: 28 March 2018
by GNS Science (QMAP) sheet ( Rattenbury et al., 2010 ). A—Aspiring lithologic association, W—Wanaka lithologic association, T—undifferentiated Torlesse composite terrane. Line of cross section used in Figure 12 is indicated. Coordinate system: New Zealand Transverse Mercator (NSTM)2000.
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Regional setting. (A) New Zealand plate boundary and relative motion vector...
Published: 01 March 2013
) Location of the Greendale fault west of Christchurch in mid-Canterbury. The extent of surface rupture is from Quigley et al. (2012) , and extents of blind ruptures are from Beavan et al. (2012) . Known active (i.e., late Quaternary) faults and folds are based on GNS Science QMAP data sets ( Cox