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Volcanic Activity >  Minor volcanic unrest
Last eruption >       25th September 2007


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Latest earthquakes
Live stream from Ohakune
Lahar monitoring cameras
Crater lake temperate 
Crater lake chemistry
Air chemistry
SO₂ ,CO₂ levels
Land movement

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Quakes
Live stream of GeoNet volcano spectrograms courtesy of the Drew Hamblyn Youtube channel 

Map tip: To just see earthquakes on the map click 'settings' and turn off 'show stations' and 'show legend'  

Live stream
Live stream of Mt Ruapehu with permission from Barry Murphy Ohakunehomes.com 7/4/2022  
Lahar cameras

Lahar monitoring Tukino ski field - courtesy of https://www.horizons.govt.nz/

Lake temperature last 60 days

Lahar monitoring Whangaehu River at Tangiwai - courtesy of https://www.horizons.govt.nz/

Ruapehu Crater Lake monitoring

Lake temp

Crater Lake temperature over the last 5 years

Crater Lake Sulfate S04 concentration - 1989 to current

Water chemistry

Crater Lake Magnesium Mg concentration - 1969 to current

Crater Lake Chlorine CI concentration - 1959 to current

Air Chemsitry

Air chemistry surrounding the volcano

Sulphur dioxide SO₂ levels - 2002 to current

Carbon dioxide CO₂ levels - 2002 to current

Land movement

Land movement Whangaehu Hut

Land movement upward over the last 300 days at Whangaehu Hut, Mt Ruapehu

Land movement eastward over the last 300 days at Whangaehu Hut, Mt Ruapehu

Land movement northward over the last 300 days at Whangaehu Hut, Mt Ruapehu

info

Information: At 2797 m, Ruapehu is the highest mountain on the North Island. One of New Zealand's most active volcanoes it is located at the southern end of the Taupo Volcanic Zone. It's single vent is filled by a crater lake and during eruptive unrest is ejected on to the ice and snow causing lahars
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Eruption History here: 

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