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RE: Modelling Earthquakes in Microstran V9

RE: Modelling Earthquakes in Microstran V9

Hi Guys,

This is quite a basis question basis, but I am trying to model an earthquake using the data from Geonet (NZ). If there is a better source of information I would appreciate it.

Can anyone please give me a run through on what exactly I have to do? I work in a small firm and nobody has done this before.

I appreciate your help.


RE: RE: Modelling Earthquakes in Microstran V9

Which firm? Just curious... As to your question, the guys at Microstran have always been eager to help. Call them!

RE: RE: Modelling Earthquakes in Microstran V9

Have you sorted it? Do you need a run through still?

RE: RE: Modelling Earthquakes in Microstran V9

A run through would be greatly appreciated. Thanks tallguru

RE: RE: Modelling Earthquakes in Microstran V9

What data do you need to model exactly? You can view articles on modelling here that may be of use. ( ).

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