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|Title: ||Earthquake response #1: enquiry, research, design and community projects, responding to the Canterbury earthquakes from September 2010|
|Author: ||Chesterton, Samantha K.|
|Date: ||2012 |
|Publisher: ||Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. School of Landscape Architecture.|
|Citation: ||Chesterton, S. K. (Ed.). (2012). Earthquake response #1: Enquiry, research, design and community projects. Responding to the Canterbury earthquakes from September 2010. Faculty of Environment Society & Design, Lincoln University.|
|Item Type: ||Edited Book|
|Abstract: ||The September and February earthquakes were
terrifying and devastating. In February, 185 people
were killed (this number excludes post earthquake
related deaths) and several thousand injured. Damage
to infrastructure above and below ground in and
around Christchurch was widespread and it will take
many years and billions of dollars to rebuild.
The ongoing effects of the big quakes and aftershocks
are numerous, with the deepest impact being on
those who lost family and friends, their livelihoods and
What did Cantabrians do during the days, weeks and
months of uncertainty and how have we responded?
Many grieved, some left, some stayed, some arrived,
many shovelled (liquefaction left thousands of tons
of silt to be removed from homes and streets), and
some used their expertise or knowledge to help in the
|Persistent URL (URI): ||http://hdl.handle.net/10182/5092|
|Rights: ||© Lincoln University, New Zealand 2012.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Landscape Architecture|
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