Browsing by Author "Villamor, Pilar"

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  • New Zealand Community Fault Model – version 1.0.

    Seebeck, H; van Dissen, RJ; Litchfield, NJ; Barnes, PM; Nicol, A; Langridge, RM; Barrell, DJA; Villamor, Pilar; Ellis, SM; Rattenbury, MS; Bannister, S; Gerstenberger, MC; Ghisetti, F; Sutherland, R; Fraser, J; Nodder, SD; Stirling, MW; Humphrey, J; Bland, KJ; Howell, A; Mountjoy, JJ; Moon, Vicki G.; Stahl, T; Spinardi, F; Townsend, DB; Clark, KJ; Hamling, IJ; Cox, SC; de Lange, Willem P.; Wopereis, P; Johnston, M; Morgenstern, R; Coffey, GL; Eccles, JD; Little, TA; Fry, B; Griffin, J; Townend, J; Mortimer, N; Alcaraz, SA; Massiot, C; Rowland, J; Muirhead, J; Upton, P; Hirschberg, H; Lee, JM (GNS Science, 2022-05-23)
    Fault models developed by the scientific community aim to provide a consistent and broadly agreed-upon representation of faults in a region for such societally important endeavours as seismic hazard assessment (e.g. national ...
  • Seismically-induced down-sagging structures in tephra layers (tephra-seismites) preserved in lakes since 17.5 cal ka, Hamilton lowlands, New Zealand

    Kluger, Max O.; Lowe, David J.; Moon, Vicki G.; Chaneva, Jordanka; Johnston, R; Villamor, Pilar; Ilanko, T; Melchert, RA; Orense, Rolando P.; Loame, RC; Ross, N (Elsevier BV, 2023-03)
    We analysed numerous soft-sediment deformation structures (SSDSs) identified in seven unconsolidated, up to 8-cmthick, siliceous tephra layers that had been deposited in ~35 riverine-phytogenic lakeswithin the Hamilton ...
  • Using paleoseismology and tephrochronology to reconstruct fault rupturing and hydrothermal activity since c. 40 ka in Taupo Rift, New Zealand

    Loame, Remedy C.; Villamor, Pilar; Lowe, David J.; Milicich, Sarah D.; Pittari, Adrian; Barker, Shaun L.L.; Rae, Andrew; Gomez-Vasconcelos, Martha G.; Martinez-Martos, Manuel; Ries, William F. (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2019)
    The Taupo Volcanic Zone (TVZ) in North Island, New Zealand, is the on-land continuation of the Tonga-Kermadec arc formed in the Quaternary at the obliquely convergent boundary of the Pacific and Australian tectonic plates. ...

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