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Tag Archives: New Zealand
Here are two news accounts of the planned buyout — probably the largest ever done after earthquakes. The first one is from the Daily Mail (UK): Thousands to be paid to leave homes hit by New Zealand earthquake as total … Continue reading
From the N.Z. Herald, news about the continuing aftershocks in Christchurch, N.Z. Christchurch’s aftershocks continue Large aftershocks continued to rattle a nervous Christchurch today as the city and its residents looked to recover from two large tremors on Monday. Scientists … Continue reading
As might be expected, since the Canterbury earthquake, other cities in NZ that are vulnerable to earthquakes have reviewed their seismic safety efforts. For the capital city of Wellington, the concerns are considerable. Capital shaky over quake preparedness . TVNZ. … Continue reading
[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=new+zealand+earthquake&iid=9700352″ src=”http://view.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9700352/nzl-christchurch-cleans/nzl-christchurch-cleans.jpg?size=500&imageId=9700352″ width=”380″ height=”234″ /]NZ sets disaster preparedness example, says Clark, NZ Herald, Sept. 16. Former N.Z. Prime Minister, Helen Clark, praises the national preparedness efforts with minimizing the deaths and injuries in the recent Christchurch/Canterbury Earthquake, … Continue reading
For those of you following the sequence of events re the ChristChurch earthquake in N.Z., you should find the news gathering effort of MCEER helpful to you. As they did for the Haiti and Chile earthquakes, the MCEER staff has … Continue reading
New Zealand quake could cost up to $4.5 billion, Market Watch, Sept. 7. Some interesting differences between NZ and US – there most residential structures have earthquake insurance. And their new construction requires consideration of seismic risk, but relatively few … Continue reading