Ursula Cochran

Ursula Cochran is an earthquake scientist and writer

Society
Mar 21, 2020

Embrace the new normal: Why our earthquake recoveries give reason for hope

Some thought the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes would be the end of Christchurch – they weren't. We'll get through Covid-19, too.

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Science
Nov 9, 2017

Why it's so important to mark the anniversaries of earthquakes

Whether it’s one year or, in the case of the formidable Alpine fault, 300, looking back to these events should motivate action on building resilience, writes Ursula Cochran of GNS.

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