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“…The Fiji Bureau of Statistics (2017) revealed that 76.6 % or 678,153 out of 884,887 of Fiji's total population lives within the case study area alone called VitiLevu Island. According to Rahiman and Pettinga (2008), VitiLevu, the main island of Fiji has a total land mass of approximately 10,344 Square Kilometre (Figure 1), is located in a seismically active area within the Fiji Platform, a remnant island arc that lies in a diffuse plate boundary zone between the Pacific and Australian tectonic plates in the South West Pacific. VitiLevu is the largest in the Fiji Islands and is the site of the capital city, Suva.…”
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“…The Fiji Bureau of Statistics (2017) revealed that 76.6 % or 678,153 out of 884,887 of Fiji's total population lives within the case study area alone called VitiLevu Island. According to Rahiman and Pettinga (2008), VitiLevu, the main island of Fiji has a total land mass of approximately 10,344 Square Kilometre (Figure 1), is located in a seismically active area within the Fiji Platform, a remnant island arc that lies in a diffuse plate boundary zone between the Pacific and Australian tectonic plates in the South West Pacific. VitiLevu is the largest in the Fiji Islands and is the site of the capital city, Suva.…”
Section: Study Area and Research Methodologymentioning
“…The stresses created by the opposing plate movements have resulted in the formation of transform faults such as the Fiji Fracture Zone to the north and the Hunter Fracture Zone to the south. Seafloor spreading resulted in divergence and opening up of the North Fiji Basin and the Lau Basin (Fiji Mineral Resources Department, 2015) and (Rahiman and Pettinga, 2008).…”
Section: Study Area and Research Methodologymentioning
“…Landsat images are easily accessible and frequently used for lineament identification Rahiman T et al (2008). Landsat images were obtained free of charge from the Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center of USGS by using the Global Visualization viewer (http://glovis.usgs.gov/).…”
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“…The methodology followed in this project was similar to the procedure presented by, Rahiman T. et al (2008), who used four major steps in lineament analysis. Lineaments were extracted both Manually and Automatically, the image bands were combined forming image composites, these FCC images were imported into a ArcGIS 10.3, and displayed with some auxiliary data showing roads, settlement and hydrology.…”
Section: Lineament Extractionmentioning
“…These features, as much as several hundreds of kilometers long and <4-5 km wide, are the lineaments (Hobbs, 1904;Wise, 1969;O'Leary et al, 1976). In other contexts, including ocean fl oors and ice-free continents, such lineaments cluster around preferential orientations, called domains, which can be closely related to their regional tectonic settings (e.g., Cardamone et al, 1976;Funiciello et al, 1977;Wise et al, 1985;Mazzarini and Salvini, 1994;Mazzarini and D'Orazio, 2003;Solomon and Ghebreab, 2006;Rahiman and Pettinga, 2008;Pardo et al, 2009, Giordano et al, 2013Pischiutta et al, 2013;Cianfarra and Salvini, 2014).…”
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