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Update time = Thu Sep 18 10:00:04 PDT 2014
Here are the earthquakes appearing on this map, most recent at top ...

        y/m/d     h:m:s     deg     deg     km
 0.2  2014/09/13 19:50:16 39.627N 120.723W 11.7   30 km (19 mi) SW  of Portola, CA
 1.7  2014/09/13 04:09:28 39.829N 120.704W 13.6   20 km (13 mi) W   of Portola, CA
 0.1  2014/09/12 23:08:51 39.243N 120.101W  9.4    7 km ( 4 mi) W   of Kings Beach, CA
 0.8  2014/09/11 17:49:52 38.968N 120.493W  4.0   24 km (15 mi) NNE of Pollock Pines, CA

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