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image for that quake/day, if there is one. Remember, the times down the left side of a trace image are in Mountain Time,
and thus one hour earlier than the times shown below (which are Central).
Date (Central)
(Reverse)
Δ Time N. Latitude
(Reverse)
W. Longitude
(Reverse)
Magnitude
(Reverse)
Depth (mi)
(Reverse)
Closest Station (mi)
(hdg. from station)
2/23/2012 19:27:03 44° 35' 6.00"112° 24' 18.00"0.506.21YDC 57.9 (W, 264°)
2/23/2012 19:09:3117:3245° 42' 43.21"111° 20' 59.99"1.403.42YHL 60.1 (N, 349°)
2/23/2012 13:57:005:12:3144° 33' 51.12"110° 44' 57.12"1.631.48YML 5.9 (WSW, 249°)
2/23/2012 03:59:029:57:5844° 35' 49.20"112° 26' 5.99"0.605.22YDC 59.3 (W, 265°)
2/23/2012 00:54:103:04:5245° 53' 34.81"111° 32' 24.00"1.4010.38YHL 74.1 (NNW, 341°)

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Equivalent magnitude sum: 2.000
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