We’ve added a new feature to the GeoNet Apple (iOS) and Android apps so you can be notified as soon as we write a news story.
Much of the information and tools that our duty teams use is exactly the same as what you see on the GeoNet website. The volcano team have recently updated the way they view earthquakes near our active volcanoes, resulting in a new look for earthquake data
We are constantly modernising our seismic data services here at GeoNet to keep up-to-date with international standards. GeoNet’s CWB is reaching its End-Of-Life and will be replaced with FDSN web services by 31 July.
Raoul Island provides a ‘network node’ that is fundamental to GeoNet’s data quality, but it throws GeoNet’s technical team plenty of logistical challenges when it comes to site maintenance.
GeoNet monitoring teams visited White Island last week and found it quiet. Over the weekend a small earthquake swarm has occurred nearby. No changes in activity are apparent after the swarm.
As another ex-tropical cyclone, Hola, grazed the country this week, we look back a few weeks to one that trampled over the top of us, Ex-Tropical Cyclone Gita, and back even further to Ex-Tropical Cyclone Alison, which hit 43 years ago this week
The noisy Krakatau won out with his big 1883 bang and continuous smouldering to grab Twitter’s Volcano Cup out of Taupo’s grasp early this morning.
We are erupting with excitement - Taupo has made it to Twitter's Volcano Cup final! Your vote today will really count.
The competition is now global and there are plenty of international volcano nerds voting, so once again we need your help to get Taupo through to the final on Friday.
Taupo Volcano is up against the famous USA giant Mt St Helens in the Volcano Cup round and needs lots of support not to be eliminated!