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Whataroa, Nueva Zelanda: Our visitor is touching the paper-thin tectonic plate boundary of the Alpine fault!
The minty-green rock on the top is on the Pacific Plate. The brown glacial gravels underneath are on the Australian Plate. The boundary between those two materials IS the Alpine Fault. It dips down at a 45 degree angle deep, deep under the South Alps. When it next ruptures, the minty green cataclasite is expected to move up to 4m upwards and up to 8m to the right, relative to the Australian plate. Amazing!
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Our visitor is touching the paper-thin tectonic plate boundary of the Alpine fault! The minty-green rock on the top is on the Pacific Plate. The brown glacial gravels underneath are on the Australian Plate. The boundary between those two materials IS the Alpine Fault. It dips down at a 45 degree angle deep, deep under the South Alps. When it next ruptures, the minty green cataclasite is expected to move up to 4m upwards and up to 8m to the right, relative to the Australian plate. Amazing! (feb 2020)
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