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An in-depth report on a series of earthquakes that shook the Canterbury and Nelson regions of New Zealand in late 1901. McKay, a noted geologist and seismologist, provides detailed scientific analysis of the seismic activity, as well as firsthand accounts from witnesses and survivors. This book is a fascinating historical document and an important resource for researchers studying earthquakes and natural disasters.
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