Geology Research

Geology research material contributed by academics from the University of Canterbury, Lincoln University and other research institutions.

Last updated
9:30am 30th November 2017
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Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:594

Contains 903 items in 10 collections


Executive Summary: Damage and Rehabilitation Survey of "On-Fault" Farms Affected by the 4 September Canterbury Earthquake
Executive Summary: Damage and Rehabilitation Survey of "On-Fault" Farms Affected by the 4 September Canterbury Earthquake
A report by Thomas Wilson, Peter Almond, Derrick Moot, Zach Whitman, Rose Turnbull, et al summarising a reconnaissance survey of farms on the Greendale fault. The purpose of the report was to inform farm and societal recovery. It was presented at a Rural Recovery Group meeting on 13 September 2010.
Executive Summary: Assessment of fault scarp rehabilitation on farms affected by 4 September Darfield earthquake
Executive Summary: Assessment of fault scarp rehabilitation on farms affected by 4 September Darfield earthquake
A report by Thomas Wilson, Zach Whitman, Matt Cockcroft, Mike Finnemore, Peter Almond, Derrick Moot, et al on various remediation techniques for farms on the Greendale fault scarp. The purpose of the report was to brief the Rural Recovery Group on 20 September 2010.
Aerial Photographs
Aerial Photographs
Aerial Photographs of Lincoln, Halswell and Tai Tapu, taken by Peter Almond. Peter is an Associate Professor in the Department of Soil and Physical Sciences at Lincoln University.
Contains 70 items
Christchurch Photographs
Christchurch Photographs
Photographs of earthquake damage around central Christchurch and surrounding suburbs following the 4 September earthquake, taken by Grant Wilson. Grant is a Geology PhD student at the University of Canterbury.
Contains 204 items
Darfield Photographs
Darfield Photographs
Photographs of damaged infrastructure and land forms around Darfield following the 4 September earthquake. The photographs were taken by PhD student Grant Wilson from the University of Canterbury Geology department.
Contains 158 items
Farmland Rehabilitation Experiments
Farmland Rehabilitation Experiments
A report and accompanying documentation on soil damage and remediation techniques in rural Canterbury, following the 4 September 2010 earthquake. The assessment and experiments were a joint effort between geology researchers from the University of Canterbury, Lincoln University, and external contractors.
Contains 57 items in 2 collections
Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Association Research
Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Association Research
Research and documentation contributed by the GEER (Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance) Association, which coordinates National Science Foundation (NSF) sponsored reconnaissance efforts of geotechnically important extreme events.
Contains 189 items in 2 collections
Greendale Land Survey Photographs
Greendale Land Survey Photographs
Photographs of a land survey of the Greendale fault scarp carried out by staff and students from the University of Canterbury. The photographs were taken by Cathy Higgins from the UC Geology department.
Contains 22 items
Halswell Photographs
Halswell Photographs
Photographs of damaged infrastructure and land forms around Halswell following the 4 September earthquake. The photographs were taken by Cathy Higgins from the University of Canterbury Geology department.
Contains 10 items
Liquefaction Mapping Photographs
Liquefaction Mapping Photographs
Photographs of liquefaction in eastern Christchurch suburbs following the 4 September earthquake. The photographs were taken by PhD student Grant Wilson from the University of Canterbury Geology department during a liquefaction mapping exercise.
Contains 141 items
Photographs of the Port Hills
Photographs of the Port Hills
Photographs of earthquake damage to the Port Hills. The photographs were taken by PhD student Grant Wilson from the University of Canterbury Geology department.
Contains 42 items
Presentations by Dr. Thomas Wilson
Presentations by Dr. Thomas Wilson
PDF slides from presentations given by Dr. Thomas Wilson from the UC Geology department during September and November 2010.
Contains 7 items