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The Mw 7.2 Fiordland earthquake of August 21 2003 was the largest shallow earthquake to occur in New Zealand for 35 years. Because of its location in an unpopulated area, it caused only minor damage to buildings, roads and infrastructure. It triggered numerous landslides on steep slopes in the epicentral region, where intensities reached MM9. Deployments of portable seismographs, strong motion recorders and GPS receivers in the epicentral region immediately after the event have established thatdoi:10.5459/bnzsee.36.4.233-248 fatcat:sbsx2bsi6zauxojn6omjo3i6ne