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Two days after the destructive Christchurch earthquake in February, 2011 the Royal New Zealand Air Force flew 1,600 metres above the city photographing the aftermath. The aerial imagery was then used by emergency services to assess damage to the area. … Continue reading
This map, based on information from the U.S. Geological Survey’s Earthquake Hazard Program over-layed on satellite images indicates the intensity of the recent devastating Christchurch Earthquake in various locations around the Canterbury region. The violence of the shaking is indicated … Continue reading
Via BBC News, radar imagery detailing ground movement during the February 2011Christchurch Earthquake. The map was produced from data captured by the Japanese Advanced Land Observing Satellite (Alos) before and after the quake. The coloured fringes represent ground displacement measured in … Continue reading
The Terra satellite captured this false colour thermal image 11 days after the devastating earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand. It shows icebergs on Tasman lake (silver coloured) – 200km due west of the city. The result of a 30 million … Continue reading
NZScoop report that Google and GeoEye have released new satellite imagery for Christchurch showing the city after the terrible February 21 Earthquake. The date given for this latest imagery is February 26th. Although there’s some cloud cover, Christchurch Central City … Continue reading
Nasa has published a map linking the September 2010 7.3 magnitude Christchurch Earthquake with the devastating quake on February 21, 2011. The map indicates many events over the past 6 months, but not the thousands reported elsewhere. With this in … Continue reading