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  • This file comprises a NZ wide velocity derived from InSAR and GNSS data between 2003 and 2011 published in “ Hamling, I, J., Wright, T. J., Hreinsdottir, S., Wallace, L. M., 2021 A snapshot of New Zealand's dynamic deformation field from Envisat InSAR and GNSS observations between 2003 and 2011 Geophysical Research Letters. The file contains the full InSAR velocities, standalon GNSS over the same period and coastal Vertical Land Movement as detailed in the manuscrtipt DOI: https://doi.org/10.21420/E1C1-MQ19 Cite data as: GNS Science. (2021). A snapshot of New Zealand's dynamic deformation field from Envisat InSAR and GNSS observations between 2003 and 2011 [Data set]. GNS Science. https://doi.org/10.21420/E1C1-MQ19

  • On 5 March 2021, at 2.27 AM local time (4 March 2021, 13:27:34 UTC), a Mw 7.3 earthquake woke up the North Island of New Zealand with strong and long shaking. Its epicentre was located about 170 km NE offshore Gisborne in the Hikurangi subduction zone. This was the first tsunami of a triplet occurring on the same day. The tsunami propagated from the source region to the north shore of New Zealand, with a very localised and limited impact. Maximum amplitudes of ~32.3 cm and ~6.6 cm were respectively recorded at East Cape (LOTT) and North Cape (NCPT) coastal tsunami gauges, located ~105 km and ~660 km away from the epicentre. At 6.41 AM (17:41:23 UTC), 4 hours and 14 minutes later, another earthquake triggered a tsunami in the southwestern Pacific region with a magnitude Mw 7.4 earthquake. This was located further north (~ 900 km) than the previous one, 50 km south of Raoul Island (New Zealand) on the Kermadec subduction zone. At 8.28 AM (19:28:33 UTC), 1 hour and 47 minutes later, a Mw 8.1 earthquake occurred very close to the earlier Mw 7.4 earthquake, 80 km southeast of Raoul Island. It triggered a third tsunami that was recorded on New Zealand DART stations and coastal gauges, and all around the Pacific Ocean. Those data presents the arrival times and amplitudes of the first and third tsunamis on the New Zealand coastal gauges. DOI: https://doi.org/10.21420/P606-J332 Cite data as: GNS Science. (2021). Pacific Ocean sea-level records of the 5 March 2021 triplet of tsunamis [Data set]. GNS Science. https://doi.org/10.21420/P606-J332

  • Topographic map on paper, with handwritten annotations in ink and pencil, rich in detail, in fair condition. - Observation measure: interpretation only. - Map size B2. - Kingma compilation sheets for old 1:250 000 map. Keywords: MATAWAI; GEOLOGIC MAPS

  • Cross section on heavy paper, with annotation in pencil and ink, rich in detail, in good condition. - Observation measure: equal parts interpretation and observation. - Map size: B1. - Coordinates give very rough placement only. Keywords: WAIRARAPA; CROSS SECTIONS: TORA; FLAT POINT; TINUI

  • Map on ammonia print, with annotation in pencil and ink, rich in detail, in good condition. - Observation measure: equal parts interpretation and observation. - Map size: A1. Keywords: GEOLOGIC MAPS; MATA RIVER; TAPUAEROA RIVER; WAINGAKIA STREAM; MANGAOPORO RIVER

  • Map on cotton canvas, with annotation in pencil and ink, rich in detail, in good condition. - Observation measure: equal parts interpretation and observation. - Map size: A0. - Field sheet for Henderson, J.; Ongley, M. 1920 The geology of the Gisborne and Whatatutu subdivisions, Raukumara division. Wellington: Government Printer. New Zealand Geological Survey bulletin 21. 88 p.. Keywords: WHATATUTU; GISBORNE; GEOLOGIC MAPS; PAKARAE RIVER; WAIOMOKO RIVER; WAITAPUNA STREAM

  • This dataset represents the structural measurements collectedat or near the surface and comprises points with attributes describing the type of structure, its dip and dip direction. The dataset is part of the Geology of the Tongariro National Park area collection produced by GNS Science. It is stored in an ESRI vector geodatabase and exported to a shapefile. The mapping frame within which the features have been observed is defined as surface geology (i.e. the bedrock and superficial deposits that are exposed at the topographic surface or would be visible if the overlying soil was removed). The data structure complies with the GeoSciML 4.1 standard, where relevant, and uses the appropriate CGI Controlled Vocabularies. The dataset is associated with Townsend DB, Leonard GS, Pure LR, Conway CE, Eaves SR, Wilson CJN (compilers) 2020. Geology of the Tongariro National Park area 1:60 000. GNS Science geological map 4. Digital vector data (2nd ed.). Lower Hutt, New Zealand. GNS Science.

  • Legend on paper, with annotation in pencil and ink, rich in detail, in fair condition. Observation measure: interpretation only. - Map size: A1. Keywords: MOERAKI; GEOLOGIC MAPS; WAIANAKARUA RIVER; DUNBACK; WAIHEMO

  • Map on transparency, with annotation in pencil and ink, rich in detail, in excellent condition. Observation measure: equal parts interpretation and observation. - Map size: A0. Keywords: NORTHLAND; GEOLOGIC MAPS; NINETY MILE BEACH; PARENGARENGA HARBOUR; RANGAUNU HARBOUR

  • This is a working unpublished document based on the NZMS260 Map Series, and is a precursor to the publication of QMAP geological map 10 Wellington. Topographic map on paper, with handwritten annotations in pencil, rich in detail, in excellent condition. - Observation measure: observations only. - Map size: A1. Keywords: WELLINGTON; QMAP; PETROLOGY