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Arizona’s Broadband Seismic Network (ABSN) finally has statewide coverage
The Arizona Geological Survey’s broadband seismic network (ABSN) now provides a statewide seismic monitoring network that can be used to estimate seismicity rates, the amount of ground-shaking and can provide seismic data that can be used to image subsurface processes.
Shaking it up with AZGS’ Earthquake Fault Videos
Arizona has earthquakes and we have the video evidence to prove it
Getting real about earthquakes in Arizona: AZGS at work for Arizona

On the evening of 1 Nov. 2015, residents of the Phoenix Metro area were rudely awakened when a magnitude 4.1 earthquake shook the valley. According to the Arizona Republic, and numerous other Phoenix-based media outlets, people across the Valley of the Sun felt a sharp jolt followed by several seconds of ground shaking. There were no reports of injuries or damage. That modest earthquake generated the sort of media attention that might normally accompany a punishing magnitude 5 or 6 earthquake. But as with real estate sales, it’s all about location.

Remembering M. Lee Allison: One Year Later
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