Jane Cunneen

Jane Cunneen is a Research Fellow at Curtin University. She is a structural geologist and has worked in both the petroleum and minerals exploration industries, as well as spending seven years with the United Nations helping to develop the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning System. Her research interests include structural geology, neotectonics, and natural disasters. She received her PhD in geology from the University of Western Australia in 2005.

Science
Dec 2, 2016

Everyone agrees NZ needs a better tsunami warning system. But what?

Following the Kaikoura experience, Japan and Indonesia may offer examples – and there is clearly need to tackle confusion over self-evacuation, writes geologist Jane Cunneen

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