When was the last earthquake in Wellington New Zealand?

When was the last earthquake in Wellington New Zealand?

When was the latest earthquake in Wellington? The last earthquake in Wellington occurred 1 hour and 25 minutes ago: Minor mag. 1.1 earthquake – 87 km east of Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand, on Monday, Apr 25, 2022 at 1:59 pm (GMT +12).

Was there an earthquake in Auckland tonight?

A small but moderately felt earthquake has jolted Auckland tonight. According to GeoNet the earthquake was only 2.9 on the Richter Scale but was just 9kms deep, centred 10kms east of Auckland. The earthquake was widely felt across highrise buildings in the CBD and across other central suburbs.

When did Auckland last have an earthquake?

The last earthquake in Auckland occurred 11 hours ago: Minor mag. 2.7 earthquake – 19 km northwest of Rotorua, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, on Thursday, Apr 21, 2022 at 4:21 am (GMT +12).

Where was the latest earthquake in nz?

Weak earthquake (2 months ago)

  • Sat Mar 26 2022 2:54 PM.
  • Magnitude: 2.1.
  • Depth: 13 km.
  • 5 km west of Porangahau.

Did NZ have an earthquake today?

The strongest earthquake in New Zealand today occurred 4 hours ago: Minor mag. 3.5 earthquake – 465 km northeast of Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at 7:28 pm (GMT +12).

Was there an earthquake just now in Wellington?

A light earthquake has struck the lower North Island near Wellington this afternoon, with thousands reporting to have felt the shaking. The 3.9 magnitude quake was around 30km deep and hit around 5km north-east of Lower Hutt, just at 4.20pm today, according to GeoNet.

Where was the earthquake in New Zealand yesterday?

A 5.6-magnitude earthquake has hit New Zealand’s South Island. The quake struck at a depth of 30 kilometres just after 4pm local time today and was felt from Kaitaia to Dunedin, with people near the epicentre feeling a massive jolt. Its epicentre is believed to be about 30km south-west of Seddon, in South Marlborough.

Where was the earthquake this morning in New Zealand?

A magnitude 5.9 earthquake has rocked the central North Island this morning and has been felt across the country. GeoNet said it struck 30km south-west of Taumarunui and was recorded at a depth of 210km. The quake has been felt as far north as Auckland in the North Island, and Christchurch in the South Island.

Did New Zealand have an earthquake today?

Which New Zealand cities are at risk of an earthquake?

Areas close to the Alpine Fault carry the highest risk (zone 4), while the northwest North Island (including Auckland) and southeast South Island (including Dunedin) carry the lowest risk (zone 1).

How many earthquakes are displayed on the map?

A maximum of 100 earthquakes are displayed. Includes earthquakes that have been deleted by a Duty Officer. Can’t find a quake? Map of New Zealand.

How do I search for earthquakes in New Zealand?

GeoNet Quake Search. This application allows you to search the New Zealand earthquake catalogue using temporal, spatial, depth and magnitude constraints, build queries to request data in different formats, or show search results on an interactive map.

How to get Quakes data from south and North?

South is negative, North is positive. The URL (s) to request quakes for the specified condition is shown below, copy the url or click on Download to get quakes data. Note: Multiple requests are needed to request large amount of data as the maximum number of quakes per request is limited to 20,000 to prevent system crash.

How are the coordinates rounded in Quake search data?

Please refer to Catalogue Output for descriptions of the fields and our recommendations for rounding. The data are made available under the GeoNet Data Policy . Quake search uses digital degrees to represent coordinates on the map. Longitude degrees are east of meridian. Latitude degrees are from the equator. South is negative, North is positive.


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