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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 two hours 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)
3/20/2012 17:24:48 44° 33' 31.32"110° 23' 28.31"1.921.04B208 0.5 (E, 98°)
3/20/2012 17:16:208:2844° 33' 30.59"110° 21' 42.13"1.660.65LKWY 1.9 (E, 100°)
3/20/2012 17:12:144:0644° 33' 1.08"110° 21' 32.40"1.180.06B208 2.2 (ESE, 103°)
3/20/2012 16:58:1014:0444° 33' 48.60"110° 21' 24.11"2.130.28LKWY 2.1 (E, 92°)
3/20/2012 00:53:3016:04:4045° 50' 52.80"111° 24' 36.01"0.3012.80YHL 69.8 (NNW, 347°)

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5 total quakes match these settings.
Equivalent magnitude sum: 2.449
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