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My apologies to those of you trying to access the earthquake site.  It is
now swamped.  I can't even get on.  Be patient, perhaps try later.  It does
contain good data.




At 10:02 AM 8/18/1999 -0600, you wrote:
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>Those of you interested in seismotectonic information about the major
>earthquake in Turkey may find it at the following USGS Web Site:
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>http://geohazards.cr.usgs.gov/html_files/turkey.html
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>Data are updated often.
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>E. V. Leyendecker, USGS
>Edgar V. Leyendecker                   Telephone:  303-273-8565
>U.S. Geological Survey                 Fax:        303-273-8600
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>email: leyendecker(--nospam--at)usgs.gov
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>Address for mail:                      Physical address:
>Denver Federal Center                  1711 Illinois Avenue, Room 425
>MS 966, Box 25046                      Golden, CO 80401
>Denver, CO 80225-0046
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Edgar V. Leyendecker                   Telephone:  303-273-8565
U.S. Geological Survey                 Fax:        303-273-8600

email: leyendecker(--nospam--at)usgs.gov
                                      
Address for mail:                      Physical address:
Denver Federal Center                  1711 Illinois Avenue, Room 425
MS 966, Box 25046                      Golden, CO 80401
Denver, CO 80225-0046