Hikers and climbers in New Zealand have been warned to stay away from Tongariro National Park’s Mount Ruapehu, which has been featured in “The Lord Of The Rings” movies. Earthquake and volcano monitoring service GNS Science elevated the alert for Mount Ruapehu, saying the mountain’s crater lake...
New research indicates that slow-motion earthquakes or 'slow-slip events' can rupture the shallow portion of a fault that also moves in large, tsunami-generating earthquakes. The finding has important implications for assessing tsunami hazards. Show More Summary
Rainwater may play an important role in the process that triggers earthquakes, according to new research. Researchers from the University of Southampton, GNS Science (New Zealand), the University of Otago, and GFZ Potsdam (Germany),Show More Summary
Levi’s applies its blue-collar roots to a new video documenting New Zealand skaters who rebuilt their local skate park following the earthquake that struck Christchurch in 2011. Set to a sentimental soundtrack, the video features interviews with local skaters who discuss the devastation wreaked by the earthquake and the desolate hangover that still lingers in the […]
On February 22, 2011, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake shook the city of Christchurch, New Zealand to its core, ravaging hundreds of buildings and displacing thousands more. Members of the Christchurch skate community, inspired by recent Levi’s skatepark builds around the world, reached out to the label for help in restoring order to the city and […]
Hagley Oval is a permanent reminder of the earthquake that devastated Christchurch in 2011, but such reminders will only be intensified over the course of the upcoming Test between New Zealand and Australia
Not Not Fun is always dropping the dopest internationally sought-out music. Take Purple Pilgrims for example: raised in Hong Kong and on New Zealand’s South Island, moved to the North Island after the Christchurch earthquake of 2011, and eventually returned to China. Show More Summary
LYDIA KO WON HER THIRD New Zealand Women's Open on Sunday in the aftermath of a 5.7 magnitude earthquake. Lydia Ko It was an emotional victory for the 18-year-old Ko, whose family moved from South Korea to New Zealand after Ko was born. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. Just 10 minutes before her Sunday tee time at the New Zealand Open, leader Lydia Ko was on the practice putting green when she felt the 5.7-magnitude earthquake that struck in Christchurch. “It was interesting,” Ko said. Show More Summary
Just 10 minutes before her Sunday tee time at the New Zealand Open, leader Lydia Ko was on the practice putting green when she felt the 5.7-magnitude earthquake that struck in Christchurch. “It was interesting,” Ko said. “I’ve neverShow More Summary
It will take a lot more than an earthquake to throw Lydia Ko off her game. The world No. 1 teed off in Sunday’s final round of the New Zealand Women’s Open some 10 minutes after a magnitude 5.8 trembler rocked the Christchurch region of her adopted nation. Show More Summary
Home favourite Lydia Ko shrugs off the effects of an earthquake for her third NZ Women's Open title in four years.
A powerful 5.7-magnitude earthquake occurred early Sunday in eastern New Zealand, the county's official earthquake monitoring service GeoNet Science said.
Unfazed by an earthquake just before she teed off, top-ranked Lydia Ko won the New Zealand Women's Open for the third time in four years Sunday.
Unfazed by earthquake, Lydia Ko wins New Zealand Women's Open for 3rd time in 4 years
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A strong 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck near Christchurch in New Zealand on Sunday, causing cliffs to collapse into the sea but no major damage to the city, which was devastated by a 2011 quake which killed nearly 200 people.
Near the anniversary of a devastating earthquake from 2011, New Zealand has suffered another. 5.8-magnitude quake hits #NewZealand city: USGS https://t.co/sbWZK5p3JO pic.twitter.com/AG812mDSKh — The Straits Times (@STcom) February 14, 2016 In Christchurch, New Zealand, Valentine’s Day was occurring and residents were going about their day as normal. Show More Summary
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's capital city Wellington was rocked by 5.7 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday, according to the country's earthquake monitoring service.
A 5.8-magnitude earthquake on Friday struck New Zealand’s coast, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) said.
A short earthquake swarm hit the Waimangu Valley in New Zealand, reminding us of its volcanic nature. The post Swarm of Tremors in New Zealand Means Magma May Be Stirring appeared first on WIRED.