Elastic and non-elastic surface deformation in New Zealand
Over the last decade it has become evident that not all surface deformation takes place during earthquakes. Deformation associated with earthquakes and their aftershocks appears to be non-elastic in nature, while in between earthquakes deformation appears to be elastic.
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