The earthquake swarm in northwest Arizona on March 28, may have run its course. It's now been a week since the last event. The total number of quakes recorded is in the low 60's with the largest one having a magnitude of 3.8. (shown at right. Credit, USGS).
Jeri Young who manages the AZGS seismic monitoring network will be analyzing the results of the swarm and preparing a report, but is also busy reviewing the other swarm, in southeast Arizona, near Duncan, that's had over 300 minor earthquake in recent weeks.
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