Figure 1. View from the north of vertical slice AA' and time slice at t=1.650 s through coherence (as the background attribute), co-rendered with most-positive and most-negative principal curvatures, k1 and k2. Seismic amplitude is further co-rendered on the vertical axis. Note that in some areas, the faults are clearly delineated as a discrete discontinuity, and appear as yellow. A blue most-negative curvature anomaly often occurs on the hanging wall, juxtaposed to a red most-positive curvature anomaly on the footwall, indicating conjugant faulting about the main fault. Note the bracketed red-yellow-blue pattern about many of the faults. The low coherence zone in yellow indicates a mass transport complex (MTC). Data courtesy of NZPM.