Public talk by Bruce McFadgen on earthquakes and tsunamis in the 15th Century
This talk will cover the effects of tectonic events such as tsunamis and earthquakes. Archaeology, and Maori traditions and stories, present a useful perspective on past hazardous events and how Maori communities coped with them. Modern society can learn from their experience. The talk will cover several different parts of New Zealand, with particular emphasis on central New Zealand
Spaces are limited to 50 people
Please contact Kathryn Hurren to reserve a place at the presentation
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