Queue outside the Earthquake and War Damage office in Whakatane after the 1987 Edgecumbe earthquake - Photograph taken by John Nicholson A series of workshops (tentatively scheduled for July-August 2020) will be held to invite wider input from the earth science community so as to incorporate additional geological fault knowledge and data leading to the release of Version 1.0. Minutes later a much stronger quake rocked the region.
Images of the Edgecumbe earthquake 1987. The damage costs were converted to damage ratios, by dividing them by the total value of the relevant property in the intensity zones … The Edgecumbe earthquake has … The hypocentre was at a shallow depth of 8 km. The 1987 M W 6.5 Edgecumbe earthquake caused localised liquefaction and lateral spreading in parts of the Rangitaki Plains in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. The study investigated damage ratios for dwellings, plus their associated garages and farm buildings. The railway track at Edgecumbe, buckled by the magnitude 6.1 earthquake of 1987. The magnitude 6 earthquake which struck the Bay of Plenty area on the 2nd of March 1987 is remembered as the â€œEdgecumbe Earthquakeâ€ even though it was centred close to the coastal town of Matata.
This paper describes an analysis of costs of damage to non-domestic buildings (all tow rise) in the Mw = 6.6 Edgecumbe New Zealand earthquake of 2 March 1987. At 1.35 p.m. on 2 March 1987, a magnitude 5.2 earthquake struck the Bay of Plenty region, cutting power and sending many people outdoors. The damage cost for each building was converted to a damage ratio by dividing it by the replacement value of that building.
Edgecumbe earthquake On the afternoon of 2 March 1987, at 1:42pm, the Bay of Plenty region was rocked by a magnitude 6.3 earthquake. Photo by Lloyd Homer, GNS Science. The Edgecumbe earthquake has … The 1987 Edgecumbe earthquake measured 6.5 on the moment magnitude scale and struck the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand at 1:42 pm on 2 March. SALT New Zealand Geological Survey Department of Scientific and Industrial Research P.O. Seven minutes later, a very shallow earthquake of 6.3 shook the same area causing significant damage to major industrial plants, houses, bridges, roads and services in the area. Edgecumbe, a Monday afternoon in 1987, and children were playing in the school pool. Box 30 368 Lower Hutt, New Zealand Abstract A sequence of small earthquakes in the Bay of The M6.5 event was soon named after the town. This paper describes an analysis of damage costs to house and farm property in the Ms = 6.6 Edgecumbe New Zealand earthquake of 2 March 1987. We currently have a prototype model. It was, with the exception of the Inangahua earthquake in 1968 , the most severe and damaging earthquake to hit New Zealand in 45 years. Edgecumbe Fault rupture, 1987 Edgecumbe earthquake. BU444 Lessons from the 1987 Edgecumbe earthquake At 1.35pm on Monday 2 March 1987, the southern Bay of Plenty was shaken by a magnitude 5.2 earthquake. The article describes analysis of damage costs to house and farm property in the Edgecumbe New Zealand earthquake of March 2, 1987. The article describes analysis of damage costs to house and farm property in the Edgecumbe New Zealand earthquake of March 2, 1987. The earthquake was the most damaging New Zealand had experienced in recent decades, with approximately 50% of the houses in Edgecumbe being damaged and 35 people being seriously injured.