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# 205500 16-Nov-2016 10:36
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On the GeoNet site it is great to get almost immediate quake information.

 

However, the data seems to only cover an hour's worth, and I cannot find how to get a wider time span.

 

Pointers please.

 

 


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  # 1671792 16-Nov-2016 10:40
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Their App gives more





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  # 1671799 16-Nov-2016 10:52
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I've been meaning to ask about that. http://www.geonet.org.nz/quakes/felt states that it covers the past year, but there's no obvious way to "page" through the data.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1671802 16-Nov-2016 10:54
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yes the phone app gives up to 4 hrs back





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  # 1671809 16-Nov-2016 10:57
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  # 1671822 16-Nov-2016 11:09
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It's not so much it only gives the last hour's quakes, more that it only show the last 30 quakes. Unfortunately, at the moment, we're having more than 30 an hour.


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  # 1671878 16-Nov-2016 11:38
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I just use the Geonet app and watch their twitter feed.

 

Have to put the phone on silent overnight with all the notifications coming through


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