On 22 February 2011 New Zealand time (21 February UTC), the MW 6.2 Christchurch earthquake occurred just 7 km southeast of the center of Christchurch city, New Zealand (Fry et al. 2011, Holden 2011, page 783 of this issue). There were 181 confirmed fatalities, and the damage to Christchurch city is estimated to be NZ$15 billion–$NZ20 billion (US$12 billion–US$16 billion). The event was well-recorded by the broadband and strong-motion national-scale GeoNet network (Petersen et al. 2011) as well as by the Canterbury regional strong-motion network (Avery et al. 2004). Since the 22...
Fine-scale Relocation of Aftershocks of the 22 February Mw 6.2 Christchurch Earthquake using Double-difference Tomography
Stephen Bannister, Bill Fry, Martin Reyners, John Ristau, Haijiang Zhang; Fine-scale Relocation of Aftershocks of the 22 February Mw 6.2 Christchurch Earthquake using Double-difference Tomography. Seismological Research Letters ; 82 (6): 839–845. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.82.6.839
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