Hard to believe its nearly the end of the year already, and what a year its been! From the hard times following the devastating quakes in Canterbury, to the highs of GeoNet turning 10. We are all hoping that 2012 will come with less geological hazard activity, well a little bit is OK - we are on a plate boundary after all!
I hope to blog more adventures with our technicians, and other exciting things that happen at GeoNet including the replacement of our earthquake location system (more info here )
|The GeoNet tree - with quake proofing!|
Speaking of weather, my friend Philip Duncan runs the WeatherWatch website, and they have the official Christmas Day forecast here, and its looking good - don't forget your sunblock!
So happy holidays and thanks to all the GeoNet fans out there from myself and the team at GeoNet, we look forward to bringing you new and exciting things in 2012!
- And i hope everyone remembered to quake proof their Christmas trees!