reply to post by MoorfNZ
There were 4 x 4mag quakes from the south end of Kermadec Ridge down to the Chatham Rise this morning, not all of them were felt.
REF, LAT,LONG,UTC,NZST,DEPTH MAG
3289917, -36.0367, 178.0376, 2010/04/12 16:46:28.4, 2010/04/13 04:46:28.4, 95, 4.446
3290005, -43.2026, 178.3172, 2010/04/12 21:15:28.4, 2010/04/13 09:15:28.4, 33, 4.022
3290027, -38.8774, 178.5176, 2010/04/12 22:29:05.5, 2010/04/13 10:29:05.5, 179, 4.377
3290026, -38.5486, 178.5862, 2010/04/12 22:29:08.0, 2010/04/13 10:29:08.0, 33, 4.313
Heres a map.
I have only been reading this forum for a few days, and noticed MoorfNZ listed quite a few NZ quakes. There are a lot more happening than what is
posted, those are only the ones reported as felt by the public to GEONET.
If anyone is interested enough you can access the National Earthquake Catalogue using the Search option at the Geonet site.
Its only updated twice a day, usually first thing in the morning NZST and then about 5pm.
On average there are 10-25-30 quakes per day throughout the country ( the size of California) which are preliminary only. About a week or two later
the smaller ones >2.5 are added and the average comes out around 60 per day.
They don't call NZ the Shakey Isles for nowt
I'm just a watcher like you all here, started 4 years ago, there is always something new happening quake wise, it gets addictive.