View our compilation of informative earthquake-related videos.
Kaikoura Earthquake Update - 4 Months On
Kaikoura Earthquake 2016: Paptea Fault Rupture
Kaikoura Earthquake: Papatea Fault Drone flyover
Kaikoura earthquake and aftershocks - 8 days on
Kaikoura Earthquake 2016: GeoNet in the Field
Drone video of the Kekerengu Fault rupture
How were earthquakes located before GeoNet? - Slowly
GeoNet Impact: Earthquake Monitoring and Research
When is New Zealand's next big quake?
How seismic waves are analysed to determine an earthquake's location and magnitude.
Using statistical models to forecast aftershock probabilities.
Yoshihiro Kaneko models the propagation of seismic waves across New Zealand.
New Zealand's position on the boundary of two tectonic plates creates faults and earthquakes.
How GNS scientists are prepared for earthquakes at their homes.
Seismic waves in Christchurch explained.
February 2011 aftershocks.
Why the February earthquake was so damaging.
GNS Science presentation to the Seddon community.
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