Yes, Fort Worth, that was an earthquake you just felt – Dallas Morning News (blog)


Yes, Fort Worth, that was an earthquake you just felt – Dallas Morning News (blog)


Dallas Morning News (blog)
Yes, Fort Worth, that was an earthquake you just felt
Dallas Morning News (blog)
Several people in and around Fort Worth just felt a rumble. It was indeed a small earthquake with a magnitude of 2.6, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake occurred at 8:10 p.m. and the epicenter was about 14 miles southeast of Fort
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Parameter Value Description
Magnitude mb The magnitude for the event.
Longitude °S Decimal degrees longitude. Negative values for western longitudes.
Latitude °W Decimal degrees latitude. Negative values for southern latitudes.
Depth km Depth of the event in kilometers.
Place Textual description of named geographic region near to the event. This may be a city name, or a Flinn-Engdahl Region name.
Time Time when the event occurred.
Updated Time when the event was most recently updated.
Timezone offset Timezone offset from UTC in minutes at the event epicenter.
Felt The total number of felt reports
CDI The maximum reported intensity for the event.
MMI The maximum estimated instrumental intensity for the event.
Alert Level The alert level from the PAGER earthquake impact scale. Green, Yellow, Orange or Red.
Review Status Indicates whether the event has been reviewed by a human.
Tsunami This flag is set to "1" for large events in oceanic regions and "0" otherwise. The existence or value of this flag does not indicate if a tsunami actually did or will exist.
SIG A number describing how significant the event is. Larger numbers indicate a more significant event.
Network The ID of a data contributor. Identifies the network considered to be the preferred source of information for this event.
Event Code An identifying code assigned by, and unique from, the corresponding source for the event.
Sources A comma-separated list of network contributors.
Number of Stations Used The total number of Number of seismic stations which reported P- and S-arrival times for this earthquake.
Horizontal Distance Horizontal distance from the epicenter to the nearest station (in degrees).
Root Mean Square sec The root-mean-square (RMS) travel time residual, in sec, using all weights.
Azimuthal Gap The largest azimuthal gap between azimuthally adjacent stations (in degrees).
Magnitude Type The method or algorithm used to calculate the preferred magnitude for the event.
Event Type Type of seismic event.
Event ID Id of event.

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