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Contact: Mike Wolterbeek
mwolterbeek@unr.edu
University of Nevada, Reno

Glenn Biasi, University of Nevada - Reno

Caption: University of Nevada - Reno seismologist Glenn Biasi spent eight days in the dense forests on the western side of the Southern Alps on the South Island of New Zealand to study the Alpine Fault, among the world’s longest, straightest and fastest moving plate boundary faults. Photo courtesy University of Nevada, Reno.

Credit: Photo courtesy University of Nevada, Reno.

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