These stories are the most recently uploaded to our website
Auckland lies upon many buried fault lines, and Gasston et al. (2021) has uncovered a new fault- the Motukaraka Fault.
Check out this new open access research article published by University of Auckland and Market Economics researchers simulating post-eruption recovery pathways in Auckland. This work considers both physical consequences and socio-economic and planning implications.
DEVORA are searching for lava rock and organic material from throughout Auckland to help our age-dating programme. Can you help ?
A night to celebrate our co-leader Jan's promotion to Professor. A huge accomplishment, and Jan is one of only three Professor of Geosciences in Aotearoa. The lecture followed Jan's journey around the globe, the many research projects, doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers Jan has collaborated with.
April has been a busy month for DEVORA outreach, with exhibitions at both the annual MOTAT STEM Fair, and at Polyfest in conjunction with Massey Universities JCDR and Niupatch and QuakeCore. Click inside to see some photos and at home experiment ideas.
Looking for the definitive list of Auckland Volcanic Field centres to check off and ensure you've seen them all? Look no further!
Tags:educationeducational resourcesfield tripTeachingvolcanic centres
Scientists unleashing volcanic ballistics onto Kiwi roofs hope to help Aucklanders understand and manage their volcanic hazards. Wilson and his team have been researching a variety of aspects of volcanic activity, simulating what may happen to buildings exposed to a future Auckland Volcanic Field (AVF) eruption.
Tags:ballisticsbuilding strengthEQCresponseshelter-in-placeUniversity of Canterbury
Highlights of the 13th Annual DEVORA Forum held on November 3rd, 2020.
Tags:CommunicationconferenceDEVORA ForumStakeholder Engagement
The DEVORA Research Programme aims to make Auckland more resilient, better prepared for, and safer from volcanic activity.
Tags:Auckland eruptionDEVORAProgramme Aimsvolcanic risk
This year we had a variety of researchers presenting at the Geoscience Society of New Zealand (GSNZ) conference in Christchurch. The talks and posters ranged from outreach and education to faults and eruptions.