Joanne R. Stevenson, Julia Becker 2, Nicholas Cradock-Henry 3, Sarb Johal 4, David Johnston 5, Caroline Orchist on 6. and Erica Seville 7 In the wake of the quake, New Zealand Geographic. At: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11848670The New Zealand Herald 2016, 'Live: 7.5 magnitude earthquake strikes near Hanmer Springs in South Island - two killed, Kaikoura isolated, Wellington CBD damaged,' The New Zealand Herald, 14 November 2016. The Kaikōura earthquake occurred in an area known as the Marlborough fault system (MFS). Cross section of the North Island of New Zealand showing where the slow-slip earthquakes (brown to yellow patches) is happening at the boundary between the Australian and Pacific Plates. Tragic rescue: 100-year-old pulled from rubble after son killed in devastating quake, The New Zealand Herald. Landslide dam on the Hapuku River, looking downstream, Landslides at Ohau Point, north of Kaikoura blocking SH1. In the city of Wellington, widespread damage occurred to buildings, many communities suffered power outages, and damage to docks impaired ferry traffic across Cook Strait. At: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/90773348/kaikoura-earthquake-tsunami-was-as-high-as-7-metres-at-one-spotEvans K 2017, 'In the wake of the quake,' New Zealand Geographic 143: Jan - Feb 2017Howie C 2017, ''It was just a freak thing' - Partner of Kaikoura earthquake victim,' The New Zealand Herald, 6 May 2017. Kaikoura District Council Annual Report 2016/2017 10 Impact of the 7.8 earthquake 2016/2017 has proved to be a demanding year as our small community faced significant challenges. To our people-focussed team of duty officers, technicians, app and website developers, public information specialist and scientists who have worked tirelessly and under the most stressful conditions: thank you for your dedicated work. Wellington Earthquake National Initial Response Plan version 1.1 now available Results of the Disaster Preparedness Survey for 2017 now available The Kaikoura earthquake has had a devastating and on-going effect on Kaikoura. The majority of claims lodged are for building damage only (71%), 10% for building and contents, 9% contents only and 10% land damage. The big earthquake that struck New Zealand last year may have been the most complex ever, say scientists. The video, released by GNS Science on May 12, provides a unique view of the former hill now known as Seafront Slip. A review of the Kaikōura earthquake has revealed it generated an almost 7m tsunami and it was only luck that prevented it from causing more destruction. The Big Read: Unravelling the quirks of the Kaikoura Earthquakes, The New Zealand Herald. In reality most faults sit still for hundreds or thousands of years, while the land around them gets pushed and pulled, and then they slip a lot all at once, creating an earthquake.). Thanks LINZ and EQC! The Kaikōura Earthquake was better documented and measured than any natural event in our history. Out of the erosion zone - quake's unexpected boon, Radio NZ. This led to the closure of state highway routes and the main railway line (read here). New Zealand earthquake 2016. Insert CleverPhrase Here 13:25, 13 November 2016 (UTC) Merge with November 2016 New Zealand earthquakes The quake lasted approximately two minutes and was considered notable for the complexity of the ruptures involved. Kaikoura was, unfortunately, one of the places hit the worst. According to the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences (GNS) in New Zealand, the earthquake epicenter was at 42.69 °S, 173.02 °E, about 90 km northeast of Christchurch, the 3rd largest city in New Zealand (Fig. The construction was The Mw 7.8 November 14, 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake, Briefing No. On November 14, 2016, an earthquake measuring 7.8 magnitude on the Richter scale struck the northeastern Kaikoura region on the South Island of New Zealand.It produced more than 20 fault ruptures, with some 112 miles (180 kilometers) of surface ruptures. Kaikōura quake caused 6.9 metre tsunami, Radio NZ. Kaikoura earthquake business claims reach $900 million, Insurance Council of New Zealand. 15,840 Felt Rapid Reports were submitted online in the first hour and our website took a massive 250 million hits in 24 hours (peaking at 35,000 hits per second). The earthquake was the most powerful in the North Canterbury area in over 150 years and is one of the most complex earthquakes ever recorded Damaged buildings in Wellington: Nearly 50 earthquake-damaged buildings in Wellington have been inspected by engineers, with some likely to be closed for weeks or longer, and one may require demolition. GeoNet is a collaboration between the Earthquake 'It was just a freak thing' - Partner of Kaikoura earthquake victim, The New Zealand Herald. Since the Kaikōura earthquake there have been a total of 21 new earthquake monitoring installations. 3, Risk Frontiers. Huge slips caused by the 7.8 earthquake on November 14, 2016 blocked State Highway One north of Kaikoura. 1, Risk Frontiers (PDF 480KB). Photo by Laura Wallace. Along many parts of the coast the uplift was evident from decaying subtidal bull kelp (Durvillaea antarctica) on exposed rocky platforms. Kaikoura tsunami travel time map. New drone footage has revealed the extent of a massive landslip triggered by the November 2016 Kaikoura earthquake in New Zealand. Jo-Anne Mackinnon died because of the Kaikoura earthquake. Kaikoura: 'Most complex quake ever studied', BBC Science & Environment. Strong aftershocks and looming severe weather hamper efforts to reach communities stranded by disaster. The Kaikoura earthquake shook New Zealand. The Elms Homestead in Kaikoura collapsed following the magnitude 7.5 earthquake at 12.02am, and rescuers spent hours searching for the three residents. The magnitude 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake that struck the South Island of New Zealand last November was the largest on-land recorded earthquake in the country's history. The impact on nature, the town, and the people was more than what anyone could have imagined. Drone photo by Julian Thomson, The tectonic setting of New Zealand is characterised by the Pacific and the Australian plate boundary with two subduction systems, the Puysegur in the southwest and the Hikurangi in the northeast. with modern instruments (research article). EQC has received around 38,000 residential claims for damage caused by the 14 November Kaikoura earthquake. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Centre of Excellence for Prescribed Burning, The Mw 7.8 14 November Hanmer Springs Earthquake, Briefing No. At 12:03 am local time, on November 14th, 2016, a moment magnitude (M w) 7.8 (USGS) earthquake struck the Kaikōura region of South Island, New Zealand.The earthquake occurred at a complicated portion of the Australian–Pacific plate boundary, where the motion between the two plates decreases southwestward, and the azimuth changes from trench-normal to trench-parallel along the … A detailed map of active faults in the northeast South Island, from Stirling et al. Faults in the north section of this fault system (the Awatere, Clarence and Wairau) have slip rates of ~4 to 8mm/yr, while the Hope and Kekerengu faults slip at rates of 20 mm/yr or more. Scientists consider it one of the more complex earthquakes on record. Uplifted coastal platform and bull kelp (_Durvillaea antarctica_). All submissions will be reviewed and verified before they are added to the collections. The USGS operates a 24/7 National Earthquake Information Center in Colorado that can be reached for more information at (303) 273-8500. Thousands of people were affected with significant damage Potential for future damaging earthquakes in New Zealand: Geonet and GNS Science have developed a set of maps of probability of damaging shaking for a series of three MMI intensity levels in the next 30 days. M 7.8 - 54km NNE of Amberley, New Zealand, USGS Earthquake Hazards Program. One of the worst hit towns was Kaikoura, which lies close to the epicenter of the earthquake. The 7.8 magnitude quake lifted the seabed by 0.5 to 2 meters (2 to 7 feet) along a 20-kilometer stretch of the Kaikoura coast. New Zealand’s Earthquake Commission (EQC) says 88% of residential building settlements from the 2016 Kaikoura catastrophe were completed at the end of last month. Xuhua Shia,⇑, Yu Wanga, Jing Liu-Zengb, Ray Weldonc, Shengji Weia, Teng Wanga, Kerry Sieha a Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 639798, Singapore bState Key Laboratory of Earthquake Dynamics, Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration, … Kaikoura Earthquake tsunami was as high as 7 metres at one spot, stuff.co.nz. We acknowledge the people of Kaikōura, Hurunui, Marlborough and Wellington areas and thank all of the landowners who permitted our access to their land. Attribution 3.0 New Zealand License, Hikurangi Subduction Earthquakes and Slip Behaviour, Earthquake Near Okiwi Bay, the team were surveying the elevation of the pre-earthquake low tide mark using two surveying techniques. Much of the science and understanding that has been achieved from this event would not be without the help of local people. Slow-slip events describe the episodic slow release of energy (over days to months) that are often observed to occur on large faults where two tectonic plates meet. landslides. The report acknowledges the following sources: Insurance Council of New Zealand 2017, 'Kaikoura earthquake business claims reach $900 million,' media release 1 February 2017. Due to the presence of steep slopes in areas of strong ground shaking over 10,000 landslides occurred in the wider regions of North Canterbury and Marlborough (research article). A 100-year-old woman and her daughter-in-law were rescued from the rubble of an historic homestead, while her son tragically did not make it. along much of the Hikurangi subduction zone, even as far away as Gisborne, ~600 km away from the earthquake. industries (research article, research article). After being rocked by a deadly 7.8-magnitude earthquake, a wave of powerful aftershocks, thousands are now stranded in a New Zealand town near the quake's epicenter. 13:52, 15 NOV 2016. Extensive uplift and deformation occurred almost instantaneously over ~110km from Oaro to Lake Grassmere (research article). Update on Kaikoura earthquake claims, New Zealand Earthquake Commission. Surface rupture along the Papatea Fault. Another aspect to consider is the type of coordinates for new data collected in the affected area; should they be consistent with existing pre-earthquake coordinates or do they need to reflect post-earthquake … Field surveys and comparison of pre- and post-earthquake airborne lidar measurements show variable vertical coastal displacements, ranging from -2.5m to 6.5m. At the beginning of 2016, the priority focus was to complete the civic centre. Several of the faults that ruptured were submarine and movement of the seafloor caused a tsunami along New Zealand’s east coast that was recorded on a number of sea level gauges (research article). By February 2017, business insurance claims exceeded NZ$900 million, broken down as follows (correct 1 February 2017): Satellite imagery indicated that as a result of the earthquake: This incident was included in the Major Incidents Report 2016-17 (Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience, 2017). In one area, the uplift was a remarkable 5.5 meters (18 feet). Information about emergencies, disasters and disaster resilience comes from many sources. The tsunami that followed the Kaikoura Earthquake reached a peak height of about 7 metres, researchers have confirmed. The 2016 Kaikoura earthquake was a magnitude 7.8 (M w) earthquake in the South Island of New Zealand.It happened two minutes after midnight on 14 November 2016 NZDT (11:02 on 13 November UTC). Kaikoura Earthquake Nov 14th 2016 Just after midnight on the 14th of November 2016 Kaikoura was hit by a magnitude 7.8 earthquake that has been described as the most complex ever studied. The earthquake caused two fatalities: one man was killed in the collapse of the Kaikoura Elms Homestead; one woman died following the impact of the event on the Mount Lyford log cabin where she lived. 4, Risk Frontiers. The Insurance Council of New Zealand announced today that private insurers have received business claims valued at more than $900 million from the 14 November 2016 Kaikoura earthquake. On Monday 14 November 2016, the magnitude 7.8 Kaikoura Earthquake resulted in ground movements exceeding 5cm from the middle of the South Island to the bottom of the North Island. This visualisation shows the propagation of seismic waves during the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake as well as the tsunami that was triggered. GeoNet content is copyright GNS Science and is Gary Morton relives the night when he sat with the body of his partner, who died in the Kaikoura earthquake. about the Kaikōura aftershock sequence and forecast. The height was approximately 5.3 metres at Oaro; a survey team located various marine flora and fauna as far as 250 metres inland of the high tide mark. The Mw 7.8 November 14, 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake: Briefing No. Between these systems is a zone of strike-slip (where the plates slide laterally past each other) and compression, where the plate motion is taken up on a complex network of numerous faults in the northern South Island. A powerful earthquake has struck New Zealand near the ... Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee after flying over the coastal town of Kaikoura, ... Zealand's South Island, November 14, 2016. At: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11751775New Zealand Earthquake Commission 2017, 'Update on Kaikoura earthquake claims,' 28 March 2017. A powerful earthquake of moment magnitude (Mw) 7.8 occurred in the Kaikoura region, South Island, New Zealand, at 00:02:56 AM (local time), 14 November 2016. Live: 7.5 magnitude earthquake strikes near Hanmer Springs in South Island - two killed, Kaikoura isolated, Wellington CBD damaged, The New Zealand Herald. At 12.02 a.m., on Monday 14 November 2016 NZDT, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck 15 km north-east of Culverden, North Canterbury, starting near the town of Waiau. Christchurch moved two centimetres to the south. Strong earthquake - Kaikoura, New Zealand on November 14, 2016 November 14, 2016 by Armand Vervaeck Earthquake-report.com only survives with (mostly small) PRIVATE DONATIONS . ... Two deaths have been reported - one in Kaikoura and one in Mt Lyford. (2017) that shows the locations of faults that ruptured to the ground surface. The Mw7.8 2016 Kaikōura earthquake: Surface fault rupture and seismic hazard context June 2017 Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 50(2):73-84 Strong aftershocks have struck New Zealand after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed two people. Our first consideration during an event like Kaikōura is for everyone impacted. Economic impact of the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake, New Zealand Ministry of Transport. The Mw 7.8 November 14, 2016 Hanmer Springs Earthquake, Briefing No. Attribution 3.0 New Zealand License. The largest valley-blocking landslide has an approximate volume of 23 (±2) M m3 and the debris travelled up to 2.7 km down slope forming a dam on the Hapuku River. The forgotten impact: Kaikoura earthquake: Wellington still paying the price, Deloitte. The first wave arrived within 10 minutes with 6.9m run up measured in Goose Bay. The most likely scenario is that the aftershocks will continue to decrease in frequency (and in line with forecasts) over the next year and no aftershock of magnitude 7 or larger will occur. The earthquake rupture (movement on the faults) propagated south-west to north-east through the North Canterbury and Marlborough Fault areas- essentially "unzipping" along an approximately 180km length of the northeast coast of the South Island (Watching the M7.8 Kaikoura Quake Dominos Fall in Real Time). 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