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Originally posted by muzzy
Been pretty quiet here in NZ for the last few days (since that Mag 5.5 up on East Cape Ridge).
Bit of a swarm going on at Lake Rotomahana, near Mt. Tarawera volcano (Pink and White Terraces/ Waimangu fame) this up to mid day NZDT yesterday, may be more on new download today
Reference, Latitude, Longitude, UTC Date/ Time, Depth, Magnitude, Location
3448694, -38.26847, 176.42044, 2011/1/16 21:40:9.7, 5, 2.159, Steaming Cliffs, Bay of Plenty
3448737, -38.27042, 176.42455, 2011/1/16 23:37:35.1, 4, 1.817, Patiti Island (Banded Island), Bay of Plenty
3448741, -38.27214, 176.45442, 2011/1/16 23:48:10.6, 15, 3.205, Patiti Island (Banded Island), Bay of Plenty
3448834, -38.26967, 176.42262, 2011/1/16 23:49:48.1, 0, 1.812, Steaming Cliffs, Bay of Plenty
3448746, -38.27083, 176.42093, 2011/1/16 23:58:58.8, 2, 2.567, Patiti Island (Banded Island), Bay of Plenty
Originally posted by MoorfNZ
5.5 nr Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand
Universal Time January 18 2011 at 8:45
NZ Daylight Time Tuesday, January 18 2011 at 9:45 pm
Latitude, Longitude 38.12°S, 176.18°E
Focal Depth 150 km
Richter magnitude 5.5
* Within 5 km of Rotorua
* 190 km south-east of Auckland
Originally posted by zenius
reply to post by MoorfNZ
Hm. don't like it when they are near Taupo. But there are other volcanos near by aren't there? It's been fairly active over there lately? (Sorry, been caught up in Qld flood stuff and have no idea what's going on in the rest of the world).