Between 3rd and 8th February there have been 155 shocks greater than 4.6 from this area: This area is defined by Latitude 10.718 S to 10.852 S and Longitude 164.228 E to 166.784 E.
- One that caused the tsunami (8)
- Three shocks 7 to <8
- Seven shocks 6 to <7
- Ninety shocks 5 to <6
winhelp.com.au/ourworld/temotu/shocks13.xls Ndendo is a mostly a rocky outcrop with thin soils so it should have few problems with soil liquefaction. This problem comes with lots and lots of aftershocks and is at its worst on floodplains like the area around Christchurch. But people in Temotu Province should still be very careful around places known to have deep soil. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soil_liquefaction