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Taupo has been shaken by earthquakes from two locations today.
For those of us who can’t tell the difference between pink and red, red and green – a predicament many kiwi lads (and ladies) find ourselves in – the concept of a rainbow coloured intensity scale is a slippery one.
131 years ago today the largest historic eruption in New Zealand's history occurred, claiming 106 lives.
At the end of March, we reported how the swarm activity about 10 km west of Turangi (near Kuharua lava dome) had restarted with 249 locatable earthquakes occurring in the previous week.
Over the past few months, we’ve been busy developing our new website. We will be launching it on 1 June!
Celebrating 25 years of exotic cliff-hangers and plot twists, Shortland Street, a 25-year running New Zealand based soap opera, pulled out all the stops, including a volcanic eruption for its 25th anniversary show.
The expected numbers of earthquakes continue to drop. There is now a 18% chance of one or more M6.0-6.9 earthquakes occurring within the next two months.
Here at GeoNet we like to test the performance of our network under difficult circumstances.
Five months later, on the verge of winter, we are still in the thick of the science generated from the Kaikoura earthquake.