posted on Sep, 8 2010 @ 02:07 PM
"The Darfield earthquake and its aftershocks have caused a great deal of traffic to the GeoNet website. For the first three days the website had over
fifteen million, eighteen million and forty million requests for Saturday, Sunday and Monday respectively".
Have you Cantabrians posting here been filling in the Felt Reports?
I've saved all the reports for use on my map blog. I see Waddington a few times, mostly just on the larger aftershocks, is that you MoorfNZ?
I know you guys have other things to do but filling out a report helps with research. This is a globally significant quake, a lot is being learned
It may help keep your minds occupied as well.
If you look at the graph on that link the reports are growing each day, I guess folks down there have the spare time to fill in the reports, what with
the schools and most businesses still closed.
GNS have also issued mini-siesmogrph machines to some households around the area, they are the size of a cigerrette packetand are hooked into peoples
PC's that send readings back to GNS. First time they been used in NZ, developed by Stanford Uni. in the US
I'm not sure how you ask for one. There are 200 of them already out there.