We looked inside some of the tweets by @KPedleyNZgeol and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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The NGMC at GNS was officially opened this morning by Hon Dr Megan Woods, Minister of Research, Science and Innovation, and Hon Kris Faafoi, Civil Defence Minister – giving NZ 24-7 “eyes on” monitoring of EQs, tsunamis, landslides and volcanic activity https://www.gns.cri.nz/Home/News-and-Events/Media-Releases/National-Geohazards-Monitoring-Centre-opens-at-GNS-Science-12-12-2018 …
Good times on Day 2 of our GEOL111 summer course field trip exploring the geology of Castle Hill Basin and meeting the famous Bealey Hotel moa...which now seems to resemble a giant rubber chicken..! @UCNZscience @UCNZ
Rocks are not dumb. That is all.
Hard day at work? Fabulous fb post from Nancy Andrew Clark. «Putting Anchorage Public Library back together, one book at a time. #anchoragequake» https://www.facebook.com/1138369042/posts/10214049797895838/ …
Designed by us as a poster to support the Government’s LiDAR announcement, this visualisation shows the incredible detail that can be derived when blending LiDAR and aerial imagery (Ruamahanga River, Wairarapa) #opendata #lidar http://bit.ly/2RkT6o5
The morning of November 11, strange seismic waves rippled around the world. Nobody felt them—and no one knows why. I dig into this fascinating geologic mystery in my latest for @NatGeo!
Absolute stunner of a day in Napier for the start of the annual GSNZ conference. Nice one @gnsscience !
Don't forget to come along to our free public talk in Napier on Wednesday to unlock the secrets of the Hikurangi subduction zone
2 years after the #Kaikoura #earthquake, geologists from the original fault rupture mapping team including from @UCNZ @UCNZGeology @gnsscience @VicUniWgtn @LincolnUniNZ and @Otago went to see what changes had developed in the land. 📷by @KPedleyNZgeol ➡️ http://bit.ly/2Bv7Xr0
Is New Zealand tectonics simple? Certainly not! I'll let @UKEQ_Bulletin explain you that 👇
On the Kaikoura EQ anniversary - a bit of 2-year old land: Okiwi Bay 5 days post-earthquake and Okiwi Bay last Sunday. This is just a little south of the Papatea fault, where uplift was about 3 m.
#EarthquakeReport #OTD #earthquakeOTD one of the most complex earthquakes observed in historic times >22 faults >10k landslides tsunamigenic 4 day old seismoturbidite in our sediment cores #kiwi #NewZealand 1st rpt http://earthjay.com/?p=4489 2nd rpt http://earthjay.com/?p=4513
A nationwide test of the Emergency Mobile Alert system is happening on Sunday 25 November between 6pm and 7pm. No need to sign up or download an app, just check the list to see if your phone is capable of receiving the alerts and your phone is up to date http://www.civildefence.govt.nz/emergency-mobile-alert/ …
The Wall of Waiau 2 years on. Fault scarp formed during the 7.8 Kaikōura Earthquake on the Leader Fault at Woodchester Station in North Canterbury. The pond formed as a result of the drainage being cut off in the first few months following the event. @UCNZgeology @UCNZscience
Kaikōura quake, two years on: Two years ago, the magnitude 7.8 quake dramatically changed part of New Zealand’s landscape. This week, we look back on the most complex earthquake ever studied – and consider the implications for the future. https://www.gns.cri.nz/Home/News-and-Events/Media-Releases/two-years-on …
New GNS Science video: Specially designed pressure sensors will detect uplift or subsidence of the sea floor.
Mark Stirling showing us the Hundalee Fault, 0.3 m rupture in 2016 & cool results from their trench last summer. Despite all the wet falling from sky, a great tour from Mark.