Bulletin: January 2005

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR                                                                         NO. 5-056-EXP
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY                                                                                        FEB 25, 2005
 
                                      ROUTINE MINING SEISMICITY IN THE UNITED STATES
 
 
  ORIGIN TIME       GEOGRAPHIC      DEPTH MAGNITUDE Q SD  GAP  NO.   F-E REGION, CONTRIBUTED MAGNITUDES AND COMMENTS
      UTC          COORDINATES               GS                STA                                               
DAY HR MN SEC     LAT       LONG           mb  MS              USED                                               
 
JAN 2005
10  19 19 17.4  43.756 N  105.480 W   0 G           A 1.0  169   25  WYOMING. ML 3.1 (GS). 60 km (35 miles) S of Gillette.
15  19 04 46.2  43.792 N  105.095 W   0 G           A 1.0  168   16  WYOMING. ML 3.3 (GS). 65 km (40 miles) SSE of Gillette.
19  19 31 44.5  43.650 N  105.183 W   0 G           A 1.0  167   22  WYOMING. ML 3.1 (GS). 75 km (45 miles) SSE of Gillette.
22  19 10 30.0  43.598 N  105.321 W   0 G           A 0.9  172   20  WYOMING. ML 3.0 (GS). 80 km (50 miles) S of Gillette.
24  19 06 52.2  43.855 N  105.508 W   0 G           A 1.0  168   16  WYOMING. ML 3.2 (GS). 50 km (30 miles) S of Gillette.
24  21 02 33.8  43.481 N  105.106 W   0 G           A 0.6  199   11  WYOMING. ML 3.2 (GS). 80 km (50 miles) NNE of Douglas.

For origin times after September 30, 2002, USGS computations of hypocenters and magnitudes for routine mining events are listed in this publication only for exceptionally large events and for events that are also listed in the Reviewed Event Event Bulletins (REB) of the International Data Center of the United Nations' Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization.

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