Monday, 19 February 2018

Monday, 4 December 2017

Term 4 Animation O le pepe

High gas readings at Mt Ruapehu

GeoNet has issued a low-level volcano warning for Mt Ruapehu, which is emitting high levels of carbon dioxide.
For the past couple of months the crater lake temperature has also held steady at about 37°C , which is at the upper end of its scale.
While the alert level is one – the second-lowest possible – GNS said it was monitoring the mountain closely. The monitoring data suggest a slightly higher level of activity.
Fine weather allowed GeoNet to make airborne gas measurements and these recorded high levels of carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide emissions from the crater lake (Te Wai Ā-Moe).
The CO2 emission rate on 23 November was 2290 tonnes/day, one of the largest values recorded in recent years.
The data are consistent with open vent degassing of Ruapehu. Higher than usual temperatures and high gas fluxes like we have now are common … Volcanic seismic tremor remains at moderate levels. The fine weather has also allowed the taking of water samples from Ruapehu Crater Lake and the analysis of these samples is underway.

( Hot summer on the way)

(Hot summer on the way)

The forecast it predicts all of New Zealand can expect warmer than average temperatures this summer.

The u will know if is going to be a hot day it is when the sun shines bright and u can see it.

It means the it is going to be a very hot day and the clouds will not  be above in the sky

Nahea ,Thanks


( Supermoon for Monday night)

Everyday day New zealand will always see the moon shining bright.
The moon in 2017 will be called (supermoon)
The name in 2016.
On monday the moon will be so big that u can see it from the sky above.
Earth is the closest to the sun we can easily see it on Earth.

From Nahea Thanks