A few seismological places of
interest that I have visited include:
- Cadell Fault, Vic, Australia
- The prominent Cadell Fault scarp runs between Euchuca and
Deniliquin, towns which are connected via Highway
75, and quite a bit of this road section actually runs
along western elevated side of the scarp. This much
studied fault zone has been the site of several ancient powerful
earthquakes, and has caused seismologists to wonder if
more could happen in the area again (pages 39-42).
Several good on-line papers describe the
fault and its history.
- Christchurch, New Zealand,
for the 2nd
AEES Earthquake Reconnaissance Mission to Christchurch,
where I took a few
- EPSO Vault, NSW, Australia -
Wall, Lewis Pass, New
- Guyra, NSW, Australia - site of Australia's
probable first application of seismology to an air crash
Springs Golf Course, North Canterbury, New Zealand.