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|Van Dissen, R.J.; Berryman, K.R.; Webb, T.H.; Stirling, M.W.; Villamor, P.; Wood, P.R.; Nathan, S.; Nicol, A.; Begg, J.G.; Barrell, D.J.A.; McVerry, G.H.; Langridge, R.M.; Litchfield, N.J.; Pace, B. 2003 An interim classification of New Zealand's active faults for the mitigation of surface rupture hazard. 8 p. IN: Proceedings of the 2003 Pacific Conference on Earthquake Engineering, 13-15 February 2003, Christchurch, New Zealand. [s.l.]: New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering|
|Kieckhefer, R.M. 1979 Late Quaternary tectonic map of New Zealand, Sheets M31D, N31A, N31C and parts M32A and M32B, Leader Dale, Sheets N31B and N31D, Dillon, Sheets O30C and O31A, Lake McRae. Scale 1:50,000. Wellington: Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Late Quaternary tectonic map of New Zealand 1:50,000. 3 maps + 1 booklet|
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