Seismo-Watch Significant Earthquake Report - No. 01-041
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ML 4.2 (NEIC)

22:05:21 (03:05 P.m. local time)
8 km

JACKSON, WYOMING, SEPTEMBER 27, 2001 (Seismo-Watch) -- A moderate earthquake measuring ML 4.2 (NEIC) occurred about 33 miles east of Jackson in a remote area in northwestern Wyoming. There have been no felt reports at this time

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The quake occurred about 33 miles east of Jackson, 23 miles west-southwest of Dubois, AND 20 miles south of Togwotee Pass, near the Fremont-Sublette-Teton Tri-County border junction. (See a TopoZone location map or a MapQuest location map). The exact location is two miles west of the Fremont-Teton County line in the Park Creek drainage, near Buffalo Meadow.

The University Utah Seismic Stations, the regional seismic network operators, has triggered on this event but they have not completed their analysis at this time.

Foreshocks and Aftershocks
There were no foreshocks and no aftershocks have been recorded at this time.

Felt Reports
There have been no felt earthquake reports at this time probably because it was centered in a remote area. Did you feel this quake?

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Seismograms of the earthquake series from nearby USGS stations:
  • None at this time.
Mainstream media news reports:
  • None at this time.
Report update: 5:15:15 PM, Thursday, September 27, 2001
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