Kinematics of the New Zealand plate boundary : field report on the 2000 GPS survey of the south Rotorua area

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Darby, D.J.; Matheson, D.W.; Scott, B.J. 2001 Kinematics of the New Zealand plate boundary : field report on the 2000 GPS survey of the south Rotorua area. Lower Hutt: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences. Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences science report 2000/25 48 p.

Abstract: A Global Positioning System (GPS) survey in the south Rotorua region was conducted during a two-week period late in February 2000. This survey, designated ROTO2000, was designed to: repeat 1995 GPS and earlier terrestrial surveys of the south Rotorua network; repeat for the first time other 1990 and 1991 GPS surveys in the same vicinity, and in particular, the sites established about the Okataina caldera; extend these networks to the east to more fully sample Kaingaroa fault deformation, to confirm inferences from the precise levelling analyses; survey precisely some of the SAR reflector sites. This report documents the survey, describing logistics of the campaign and identifying the stations occupied and the data collected. (auth)