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Data for Frictional Properties and 3-D Stress Analysis of the Southern Alpine Fault, New Zealand (2013)
New Zealand’s Alpine Fault (AF) ruptures quasi-periodically in large-magnitude earthquakes. Paleoseismological evidence suggests that about half of all recognized AF earthquakes terminated at the boundary between the Central and South Westland sections of the fault. There, fault geometry and the polarity of uplift change. The South Westland AF exhibits oblique-normal fault motion on a structure oriented 055/82SE that, for at least 35 km along strike, contains saponite-rich principal slip zone gouges. New hydrothermal friction experiments reveal that the saponite fault gouge is frictionally weak, exhibiting friction coefficients between =0.12 and =0.16 for a range of temperatures (T=25–210 C) and effective normal...
Integrated model systems for national assessments of the effects of climate change: Applications in New Zealand and Bangladesh
Leaf litter characteristics affect colonisation by stream invertebrates and growth of Olinga feredayi (Trichoptera: Conoesucidae)
Pulp mill sourced organic compounds from New Zealand sediments. Part 3: Mechanical pulp mills and remote sites
Successful recovery of North Island kokako Callaeas cinerea wilsoni populations, by adaptive management
Colour preferences and coloured bait consumption by weka Gallirallus australis, an endemic New Zealand rail
Enhancing food supplies for waders: inconsistent effects of substratum manipulations on aquatic invertebrate biomass
Limnoperna fortunei kikuchii Habe, 1981 (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) is a synonym of Xenostrobus securis (Lamarck, 1918): Introduction into Japan from Australia and/or New Zealand
Large-scale poisoning of ship rats (Rattus rattus) in indigenous forests of the North Island, New Zealand
Reproduction of paua, Haliotis iris Gmelin 1791 (Mollusca: Gastropoda), in north-eastern New Zealand
Development of environmental control legislation and effluent standards for Australasian wood processing industries.