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Overview of strong-motion data from the Darfield earthquake
Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering
The Darfield earthquake of 3rd September 2010 UT and its aftershocks have yielded New Zealand's richest set of strong-motion data since recording began in the early 1960s. Main-shock accelerograms were returned by 130 sites, ten of which had peak horizontal accelerations in the range 0.3 to 0.82g. One near-fault record, from Greendale, had a peak vertical acceleration of 1.26g. Eighteen records showed peak ground velocities exceeding 0.5 m/s, with three of them exceeding 1 m/s. The recordsdoi:10.5459/bnzsee.43.4.222-227 fatcat:jbvfluea5zgqxk5me37ctylmzi