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ML 3.6 Earthquake near Duncan/Safford in southeastern Arizona

At 10:01 a.m. on 27 April 2019, Duncan, Arizona and environs were rocked by an ML 3.6 earthquake. AZGS Research Geoscientist J.Y. Ben-Horin filed this preliminary report.

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The Science of Caves - LIVE!

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