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Audio, Radio New Zealand

Paul Millar, associate professor at Canterbury University, is concerned that future generations won't have access to the full picture of the Canterbury earthquakes, so he got the CEISMIC Project under way. The project is an archive of earthquake-related digital material and includes resources from the National Library, the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, Christchurch City Libraries, Te Papa, NZ On Screen, the Canterbury Museum and the Ngai Tahu Research Centre. Paul says the aim is to document the impact of the disaster and the process of recovery, and make all that material available for free.

Images, UC QuakeStudies

Launch function for the UC CEISMIC digital archive. From left, College of Arts Pro-Vice-Chancellor Ed Adelson, Former the Press editor Andrew Holden, Vice-Chancellor Dr Rod Carr, Associate Professor and UC CEISMIC Director Paul Millar, and CERA Chief Executive Roger Sutton.