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Seismicity catalog for Arizona

The most recent attempt at putting together a comprehensive historical earthquake catalog for Arizona was done as part of a M.S. thesis by Jeff Lockridge, a graduate student at Arizona State University, in 2011. He includes a couple of links to the catalog and the primary sources:http://gcc.asu.edu/lockridge/supplements/azeqcatalog.csvCitations for the catalog can be downloaded from:http://gcc.
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Watching earthquake waves roll through Arizona

Academics / Geology : Arizona Geology (6 years ago)

The EarthScope array of seismic stations across western states including Arizona (USArray) are capturing an unprecedented view of earthquake waves from all over the world as they propagate across the globe. The IRIS Web site is show... Read Post

UA plots of Duncan earthquake seismograms

Academics / Geology : Arizona Geology (last month)

The University of Arizona's Global Seismology and Tectonics group in the Geosciences Dept. created a webpage for the magnitude 5.2 Duncan (southeast Arizona) earthquake of June 28. One of the graduate students in the research group,... Read Post

Small aftershock in Duncan area

Academics / Geology : Arizona Geology (2 hours ago)

A M2.6 earthquake on the Arizona-New Mexico border is likely an aftershock from the June 28, M5.3 Duncan earthquake. Because of it's small size and the limited seismic station coverage in the area, we suspect the location is not wel... Read Post


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