Quake Swarms in Colorado

The Mineral earthquake overshadowed what otherwise was a newsworthy seismic swarm of moderate- to low-magnitude events on the Colorado-New Mexico border 9 miles WSW of Trinidad, Colorado. (Broadband seismometers of the Arizona Integrated Seismic Network nicely captured the Mineral event and the two largest Trinidad events.)

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