New Zealand's Kekerengu fault: Offset stream
The Kekerengu fault rupture was one of the several faults that caused the Kaikoura earthquake causing chaos in North Canterbury in New Zealand last week
New Zealand's Kekerengu Fault - slickensides even a coastal paleoseismologist could measure.
Researchers find incredible new features created after the huge 7.8 quake this month.
Land at Waiau displaced by the powerful magnitude 7.8 earthquake.
Sudden uplift on the Papatea Fault dammed the Clarence River, diverting it through fields on its banks. Photo source: Environment Canterbury
Scientists from around the world are researching how the earthquake impacted the land.
A lake caused by an earthquake slip forms on the Conway River near Kaikoura