Moderate 4.4 quake hits near Te Anau, Southland District, Southland, New Zealand
Sun, 9 May 2021, 20:4020:40 PM | BY: EARTHQUAKEMONITOR
An earthquake of magnitude 4.4 occurred in the morning on Monday 10 May 2021 at 8:32 am local time near Te Anau, Southland District, Southland, New Zealand, as reported by New Zealand's Earthquake Commission and Geological Survey (GeoNet).
4.4 quake 10 May 8:32 am (GMT +12)
According to preliminary data, the quake was located at a moderately shallow depth of 41 km. The exact magnitude, epicenter, and depth of the quake might be revised within the next few hours or minutes as seismologists review data and refine their calculations, or as other agencies issue their report.
A second report was later issued by the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), which listed it as a magnitude 4.2 earthquake.
Towns or cities near the epicenter where the quake might have been felt as very weak shaking include Manapouri (pop. 250) located 47 km from the epicenter, and Te Anau (pop. 2,100) 53 km away.
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Date & time: 10 May 8:32 am (GMT +12) local time (9 May 2021 20:32 GMT)
Depth: 41.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 45.43°S / 167.04°E (Southland District, Southland, New Zealand)
Primary data source: GEONET (NZ)
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