Aotearoa Summary. 8 December 2016 - 9 December 2016

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Magnitude 6+ risk areas are Kaikoura, Seaward Kaikouras, Lower Clarence River, Offshore Clarence, Kekerengu, Waita River, Ward, Cape Campbell, Culverden, Southwest of Kaikoura, East of Kaikoura.
Magnitude 5+ risk areas are Fiordland, Upper Crooked River, Northwest of Cape Campbell, Lower Orongorongo River, Northern Cook Strait, Levin, West of Levin, South of Porangahau, Porangahau, Dannevirke, Waipukurau, Cape Kidnappers, North of Wairoa, Urewera, Murupara, Rotorua, Eastern Bay of Plenty, East Cape, Northeast of East Cape.
Magnitude 4+ risk areas are Christchurch, Taranaki, Taihape.
Volcanoes quiet.
The forecast period will be extended.

Update. 9 December 10.00am
8 December.
West of Kaikoura 4.8 12.30am
Seaward Kaikouras 4.4 12.39am
East of Kaikoura 4.0 6.13pm
9 December.
Upper Clarence 4.2 2.37am
South Waita River 4.4 6.43am

Big Pacific quakes have arrived with the beginning of a powerful quake period which will run right through the December supermoon.
Luckily action hasn't yet come to New Zealand.
There is a power of talk on Internet about supermoon quake predictions...we've got ours.
Fluctuating solar quake driving conditions will be the dominating force next few days, the moon as always will be a secondary modulating force.
Local quakes may stay relatively quiet today which is not a good sign for the following days.
Forecast map updated

Summary.
8 December.
West of Kaikoura 4.8 12.30am
Seaward Kaikouras 4.4 12.39am
East of Kaikoura 4.0 6.13pm
9 December.
Upper Clarence 4.2 2.37am
South Waita River 4.4 6.43am
Rotorua 3.9 6.44am
East of Kaikoura 4.0 2.45pm
A new and powerful quake period arrived late 8 December.
Pacific quakes picked up early 9 December although New Zealand stayed ominously quiet...not a good sign.
Strong solar quake driving conditions and very strong lunar modulation next few days will create a very high risk quake period.
Be careful.

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