Chávez-García et al. (2002) presented an analysis of 64 weak motion events recorded by a temporary digital seismometer array operating at Parkway Valley, New Zealand, from 1 August to mid-October 1995. The most significant record was obtained on 11 August, for a ML 4.9 earthquake at 80-km epicentral distance, with a peak ground acceleration of 1 Gal and a peak ground velocity of 5 mm/sec.

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The main indication of their analysis was that ground motion is dominated by surface waves, originating at the northern edge of the valley and propagating southward, mainly in the direction of the...

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