Cook Strait earthquakes : survey on reactions of Wellington residents to the Cook Strait earthquake sequence

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Coomer, M.A.; Hudson-Doyle, E.E.; Johnston, D.M.; Becker, J.S.; Fraser, S.A.; Johal, S.; Leonard, G.S.; Potter, S.H.; McClure, J.; Wright, K.C. 2014 Cook Strait earthquakes : survey on reactions of Wellington residents to the Cook Strait earthquake sequence. Lower Hutt, N.Z.: GNS Science. GNS Science report 2014/41 56 p. + appendix

Abstract: The M6.5 Cook Strait earthquake of 21st July 3013 and the M6.6 Lake Grassmere earthquake of 16th August 2013 were felt widely across both the North and South Islands of New Zealand. Shaking was felt throughout the Wellington region and some building damage occurred within Wellington City. In October 2013, the Joint Centre for Disaster Research at Massey University/GNS Science conducted research on how Wellington residents responded to and reacted to the July and August 2013 earthquakes, their perceptions of tsunami immediately after the earthquakes, as well their perceptions of aftershock advice. This report presents the data results of the survey. (auth)