Peter Griffin posted in earthquake • GMS Science • seismology on January 21st, 2014.
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake stuck the lower North Island of New Zealand yesterday at 3.52pm, centred 34 kilometres south-south-east of Palmerston North at a depth of 28 kilometres. The quake was felt over much of the country, with damage and power outages resulting in Palmerston North, Eketahuna and other parts of the lower North Island. […]
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