Cashmere 4.0 and result, Oxford seismometer - 240911

Cashmere 4.0 and result, Oxford seismometer - 240911

Oxford GeoNet seismic trace after moderate 7.01am magnitude 4.0 earthquake in Cashmere – (Alpine fault alert?) …

More activity yet..

Mount Oxford mobile since Sept 2010, bigger soon? - GNS 240911a

Mount Oxford frequently aftershock-mobile since Sept 2010, bigger soon? - GNS 240911a


Oxford seismometer drum - GNS 250911

Oxford seismometer drum - GNS 250911


Rolleston mag 4.0 etc quakes on Oxford seismometer drum - 280911

Rolleston mag 4.0 etc quakes on Oxford seismometer drum - 280911


As foreseen, two Oxford area quakes already:
Oxford mag 2.2 + 2.1 quakes - Crowe.co.nz 280911

Oxford mag 2.2 + 2.1 quakes - Crowe.co.nz 280911

The latest one, magnitude 2.2, appears at graph bottom:
Oxford mag 2.2 quake after Rolleston 4.0 - GNS 280911

Oxford mag 2.2 quake after Rolleston 4.0 etc - GNS 280911


28Sep2011 – What next?

At the same time, Fjordland‘s fault friction bursts are gearing up – a 6+ very soon?..

Wether Hill Road Southland seismometer - GNS 240911

Wether Hill Road Southland seismometer - GNS 240911


WHZ seismograph drum - GNS 250911

WHZ seismograph drum - GNS 250911


Wether Hill Road (WHZ), Southland Seismograph Drum - GNS 250911

Wether Hill Road (WHZ), Southland Seismograph Drum - GNS 250911

Source: geonet.org.nz/earthquake/drums, here showing deep trace (?) of a near-distant but relatively small magnitude 4.2 quake 594.6 kilometers below, south of the Fiji Islands (Tonga subduction zone) Sunday September 25 2011, 05:34:57 UTC:

NZ GNS Science seismograph drums - 250911

NZ GNS Science seismograph drums - 250911

– a gnarly, scattered, complex seismic period..

NZ recent Quakes - GNS 280911

NZ recent Quakes - GNS 280911

North Island width going mobile? Source: GeoNet recent quakes.

Background data list Next #NZ #quake ? #RWC2011 effect page.

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