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What it took to locate earthquakes before GeoNet     Find out what scientists are doing with our earthquake data and how that impacts New Zealand.
In the 15 years since GeoNet started a lot of work has been undertaken on the networks. This has ranged across the sensors, digitizers, communications links, out stations and optimization of the data collection and archive. These have been focused across the whole project with many benefits for the volcanology team. When we started we already had many seismic dots on the map and have had a modest increase in those. However the technology behind the dots has improved so much.…

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