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March 09, 2011


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I thinking of doing a research project on the liquefication after the Christchurch earthquake for a soil science course. Any suggestions for first-hand references, scholarly references etc. I'm in NC in USA, but I lived in Christchurch for 8 years and was, and still am, sorry to have left.

Heather - I am still in touch periodically with my geologist friend in Christchurch (he has sent further reports on more recent events)and would be happy to provide his contact details (I'm sure that he would be more than willing to help).

I have not yet seen any scholarly references - I'm sure that they are in the works but these things always take time. However, a quick search on Google Scholar does point to some articles in seismological journals.

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