Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS 210711

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS 210711


Graphic: GeoNet.org.nz/earthquake/drums

Magnitude 4.7, Thursday, July 21 2011 at 8:38 am (NZST), 80 km west of Te Anau

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS Googlemaps 210711a

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS Googlemaps 210711a

The transform fault signal change – through three distinct seismic phases in one day/night – Waitaha Valley:

Waitaha Valley seismograph dum - GNS 210711

Waitaha Valley seismograph dum, Te Anau mag 4.7 quake - GNS 210711


Canterbury seismograph drums - GNS 210711

Canterbury seismograph drums, Te Anau mag 4.7 quake - GNS 210711


Canterbury seismograph graphics: GeoNet.org.nz/canterbury-quakes/drums

In ‘isolation’ (not – pinion point), Inchbonnie keeps cranking up its Alpine-fault stored energy:

Inchbonnie seismograph drum, Te Anau mag 4.7 quake - GNS 210711

Inchbonnie seismograph drum, Te Anau mag 4.7 quake - GNS 210711

My blogpost forecast of today’s event, made yesterday: ..its on its way “20 July 2011 Forecast: given quake.crowe.co.nz/QuakeEnergy current low state, against recent high activity, this says ‘a magnitude 4-5 minimum quake soon, guaranteed’. You may quote that. Risk to wider NZ? – An overdue large (6-7) event.”

Approximate line of the Alpine fault, on Australian/Pacific plate boundary:

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS Googlemap 210711c

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS Googlemap 210711c

The big picture / major driver – Zealandia continent (blue outline, Pacific crust mass #1) wedge into south-eastern heart of massive Australian plate, with purple arrows showing the historic compromise movements, and the Inchbonnie pinion point / fulcrum to Waitaha geological energy transmission:

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS Googlemap 210711b

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS Googlemap 210711b

Inchbonnie still playing up:

Inchbonnie grumble shakes - GNS seismograph drums 210711b

Inchbonnie grumble shakes - GNS seismograph drums 210711b


Inchbonnie grumble shakes on.. - GNS seismograph drums 210711c

Inchbonnie grumble shakes on.. - GNS seismograph drums 210711c

Has Papatuanuku Earth not rebelled, against the gross moral breach of “tangata whenua” neo-aristocrat abuse of Papatuanuku resources and other Tangata people’s democratic rights of representation and choice?:
‘Outrage’ over $1000 a day pay for panel, Jenny Shipley on Cera review panel. Ngai Tahu Inc‘s rort, partnering National-ACT to disguise disgusting crony-capitalist back-handers with “politically-correct” inside endorsement, is just plain CORRUPT. ~ “Out the lot of them now!” sayeth Papatuanuku via Ruaumoko

… as ChristChurch keeps paying in blood, stone and coin: June 13 shakes dent quake recovery confidence

the Earth corrupters’ sans-principle dairy industry Earthquakes [are] 5 times more energetic than 20 years ago ref. Scientific Engineering Research P/L Vic. and Fire and Ice: Melting Glaciers Trigger Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Volcanos “Geologists Say Global Warming Expected to Cause Many New Seismic Events” environment.about.com

Act to disempower crony capitalism, now!

Ngai Tahu chairman Mark Solomon said on [thus-doomed] CTV, of the September 4th earthquake: “It’s a good thing, for bringing our people together”. Solomon’s organisation credibility disappeared forever with that statement.
Ref. Earthquakes slam Ngai Tahu Inc etc blogposts.

The seismic price, of polluting corporate dairy farms and fossil fuel mining, that Ngai Tahu Inc agents are taking public money for while immorally helping to cause (secondary fault lines stressed in purple); no conscience, responsibility or kaitiakitanga at all:

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS Googlemap 210711c-2

Te Anau magnitude 4.7 quake - GNS Googlemap 210711c-2

Wake up New Zealand! ~ YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

The extra energy pushed into the Alpine fault system nine hours earlier, externally from the north, to activate the Te Anau fault today:

Kermadec magnitude 4.9 quake - GIM 200711

Kermadec magnitude 4.9 quake - GIM 200711


Kermadec magnitude 4.9 quake - NZ GNS seismograph network 200711

Kermadec magnitude 4.9 quake - NZ GNS seismograph network 200711

Surrounded by magnitude 6+ quakes the past week, is it Aotearoa’s turn next? …

Kermadec magnitude 4.9 quake -  USGS 200711

Kermadec magnitude 4.9 quake - USGS 200711

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