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- From: "R.D.McConnell" <rdmcconnell(--nospam--at)erols.com>
- Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 08:50:05 -0400
You may have talked to the wrong person at USGS. Earthquake event catalog lists are available on the Internet through USGS in various forms. It is quite comprehensive and efficient to meet most needs. You will not be able to plot a random area of events, but you can build it up from circular and rectangular zones. You can choose the increments of dates, distances, magnitudes, etc. I use it frequently to update catalog lists to map EPIC plots of specific international regions (EPIC CD-ROM updating having been discontinued). Try: http://wwwneic.cr.usgs.gov/neis/epic/epic.html Or just: http://wwwneic.cr.usgs.gov for all the goodies and then take it from there.
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