Northridge Aftershock Data

Summary

Introduction

A collaborative effort to record aftershocks of the January 17, 1994 12:30:55 Mw 6.7 Northridge earthquake was undertaken by several institutions associated with the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC), including the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Kinemetrics Inc., Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories (LLNL), San Diego State University (SDSU), the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the University of California at San Diego (UCSD), the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), and the University of Southern California (USC). In the seven weeks following the main shock, over 100 portable instruments were deployed throughout the Los Angeles county area, with coverage extending from southern Ventura county, through the San Fernando Valley, and south into the Los Angeles basin. Instrumentation consisted of both short period and broadband velocity sensors, along with strong motion accelerometers each recorded on either 12, 16 or 24 bit dataloggers.

This aftershock deployment was conducted with several scientific objectives in mind from the beginning. Instruments were deployed directly above the aftershock zone to help constrain aftershock hypocenters. Many sites were chosen to investigate the near surface site effects which produced extensive damage during the earthquake. Strong-motion sites that recorded the main shock were instrumented to collect empirical Green's functions for separating source and propagation effects of the main shock. Broadband instruments were deployed to study the long period response of the Los Angeles basin, and a dense array using broadband and short period sensors was deployed to study the response of the San Fernando Valley basin.

The completed set of aftershock data consists of almost 3 GB of data comprising 4817 events, of which 428 were Ml = 3.0 and greater with locations provided by the Southern California Seismic Network (SCSN). In addition to the waveforms, both P and S-phase arrival picks are included and available from the SCEC data center, and complete instrument response functions are available in the SEED format data from the Incorporated Research Institutes for Seismology (IRIS) Data Management Center at the University of Washington.

Field Deployment

The initial response to the earthquake involved the mobilization and deployment of all available equipment to the main shock area. The Pasadena office of the USGS became the staging area due to its proximity to the aftershock zone, and access to network data. USGS and Caltech personnel were instrumental in providing preliminary aftershock locations as well as permanent network station locations, both of which were essential to the efficient deployment of the portable instruments. AirTouch Cellular also provided cellular telephones to all field teams which was extremely helpful for communication with the staging office, especially during the first few days following the main shock when damage to the infrastructure made travel and communication difficult. The portable instruments were provided by the SCEC instrument center at UCSB, Caltrans, LLNL, SDSU, UCSD, and the USGS offices in Pasadena, Menlo Park, and Golden, Colorado. Additional instruments were provided by the RAMP project at the IRIS PASSCAL Instrument Center at Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory (PIC).

Several field teams were established and the work was divided by geographic region. By the end of the first 48 hours there were 21 instruments deployed and recording data, with a total of 50 by the end of the first week. Figure 1 shows all portable station locations color coded by instrumentation type. Halfway through the experiment, several instruments were re-deployed in a dense array throughout the San Fernando Valley basin. Locations of these stations is shown in Figure 2. The time line in Figure 3a and Figure 3b shows the data availability from each site, with color indicating the sensor type. The time line gives a qualitative view of the time periods for which the stations were acquiring data which, due to variable trigger sensitivities, does not imply that all events during those time periods were recorded by those stations. Both the TERRAscope stations which are shown in green, and the GEOS stations, which are not included on the time line, contributed data for the 46 aftershocks of Ml = 4.0 and greater.

There were several different equipment configurations used during the deployment; many 16-bit stations consisted of three components of short-period velocity sensors and three components of strong motion accelerometers, some recorded six channels of velocity or acceleration data in a high/low gain configuration, and some recorded 3 channels of broadband velocity data on 24-bit streams. In addition, there were also seven 12-bit accelerographs deployed in close proximity to the main shock epicenter. Hardware configurations, station locations, data sampling rates, and site conditions are tabulated in Table 1. Timekeeping at most stations was supplied by either Omega or GPS time clocks, except for stations KMAR, KMCH, KMNH, KMNL, KMSF, KMVN, and WVES which all ran on internal datalogger oscillators only. Information on the time clocks used at the GEOS stations are available from the USGS, and the TERRAscope information is available from Caltech.

The total system response for each of these configurations was calculated and can be used to remove the instrumentation characteristics from the data. Figures 4a-d, 4e-h, 4i-l show the normalized velocity and acceleration phase and amplitude response for several of the portable station instruments.

Due to the urban location, environmental noise was a concern but resulted in minimal problems. At most sites, the sensors were sufficiently shielded from local noise sources. All broadband STS-2 sensors were plastered on concrete slabs and insulated with fiberglass, and were installed in private garages, fire stations, and other enclosed buildings. The short period velocity sensors and accelerometers were installed in a variety of conditions: buried in soil, on hard rock, and on asphalt.

Each station was serviced at regular intervals and the preliminary data processing was done at the field teams home institution. Preliminary processing consisted of reading the raw field tapes and converting to SEGY format. Station timing and data quality were assessed in order to determine if all hardware was functioning properly. The SEGY data was then archived on either 4 mm DAT or 8 mm exabyte tape.

Data Processing

After the initial raw data processing, all SEGY data was compiled into a single set. A large amount of disc space was required to handle the volume of raw data (over 5 GB) most efficiently. The majority of processing was shared between a Sun Sparc station LX and Sparc station 10 with 9 GB of SCSI disc space.

The first step was to organize all data by station and time, and convert it to CSS 3.0 format. At this point, a time based association with the the SCSN catalogue was done for all aftershocks of Ml = 4.0 and larger. This preliminary data set was made available in May 1994 via the internet in both SAC and CSS 3.0 format. The final data set processing continued as the data was run through an automatic phase picker provided by Roger Hansen at the University of Colorado, Boulder which uses an auto regressive algorithm to determine the P phase arrival. The data was then reviewed by analysts who checked the P picks, determined the S-phase arrival, and added error ranges.

In the meantime, all state of health logs were reviewed and any necessary timing corrections were determined utilizing software from the IRIS PIC. Corrections for improperly set Omega time clock parameters and periods of poor Omega reception were necessary at many stations. The program REFRA TE from the PIC was used which reads the state of health logs and calculates the offset and drift rate for time periods when the clock is unlocked. Table 2 shows the timing corrections required for each portable station, and describes the types of shifts that were applied. In some instances it is known that there are problems with the timing, but it was not possible to determine the exact shift necessary to confidently correct the error. These problem stations are also noted in Table 2, along with the approximate time offset that has been determined through a qualitative review of travel time residuals. Corrections were not made for those offsets since the exact error is unknown.

Figures 5a, 5b, 5c and 5d show the travel time residuals for both the P and S-phase for the portable stations described in Table 2. These were calculated when the association with the SCSN catalogue was done. The figures show that the majority of stations have residuals clustered primarily around 0, with a small static offset present due to the differences between the IASPEI travel time model used for association and the actual crustal velocities. Several stations show a large scatter in their residuals in the early stages of the deployment, which can be attributable to the high number of triggers being incorrectly associated with larger events. The association was done within a window of several seconds for both P and S-phases, and due to the high frequency of events many of these phases were associated with other events that occurred within the allowable time window.

Stations BRCY, CWHP, KM:AR, KMCH, KMNH, KMNL, KMSF, KMVN, LA03, and WVES are flagged in red in Figure 5 and Table 2 and all show deviations due to errors in timing. Prior to 94029:10:50, station BRCY had a problem with the Omega time clock hardware which resulted in the offset apparent in Figure 5. At 94029:10:50 the difference between the data time and actual time was -1.968 seconds which can be applied to the data to correct for the error at that time, but the choice was made not to apply that to the data released do to uncertainties in the time clock behavior prior to 94029:10:50. After that time, the timing quality is reliable. Station CWHP has a timing discrepancy of approximately 2.00 seconds prior to 94030:00:00:40 which is apparent in Figure 5, though there are no clock messages that allow for any calculations of the actual error in order to correct the data. The Kinemetrics stations, KMAR, KMCH, KMNH, KMNL, KMSF, and KMVN were left to free run on internal oscillators and were never synchronized to a known time source during installation, leaving the time quality unknown. Station LA03 had time clock hardware problems and never locked on to a signal, and station WVES was installed without a time clock and left to run on the datalogger's internal oscillator.

After all phase picking was completed, the timing corrections were applied. An association was then done with the SCSN catalogue utilizing software from the JSPC at the University of Colorado, Boulder which associates predicted arrival times from the SCSN origin table with the actual P and S-phase picks. The data was then converted to the SCEC database format and shipped to the SCEC data center at Caltech, and to SEED format and shipped to the IRIS Data Management Center at the University of Washington.

Data

The completed data set consists of almost 3 GB of data comprising 4817 events, all of which are associated with an SCSN location. The aftershock distribution is shown in Figure 6 with portable station locations included for reference. The aftershock magnitude distribution is shown in the upper half of Figure 7 indicating that the majority of aftershocks were MI = 3.0 and smaller. The lower half of Figure 7 is a histogram showing the number of events recorded versus the number of stations recording each event. Almost 200 events were recorded by more than 20 portable stations, with some having data from up to 50 different sites. Since the majority of aftershocks were in the MI1.0 - 3.0 range and not large enough to trigger many of the instruments, most events were recorded at 20 or less stations. The 46 events of MI = 4.0 and larger are listed in Table 3.

Figure 8 is a good example of typical station coverage, showing the vertical time series from 43 stations of an MI = 4.1 event. The hypocentral distances range from less than 15 km to over 230 km. Another interesting event example is shown in Figure 9. This figure shows a 900 second time series from 6 broadband stations, and the vertical component S coda spectra from a Los Angeles basin and a San Fernando Basin site. The broadband recordings show large amplitude, low frequency shaking which can be attributed to basin reverberation.

Discussion

The Northridge portable instrument deployment was not the first aftershock recording experience for many of the SCEC personnel involved. There were many lessons learned in previous experiments in Landers and Joshua Tree that were successfully employed during the Northridge work. Issues of organization, communication, and logistics were handled extremely well in the early stages with daily meetings at the Pasadena office of the USGS. Communication with field personnel, which was almost non-existent in previous deployments, was made possible through the use of cellular telephones. Jennifer Haase of Caltech became a single point of contact for field teams, providing updated station location information continuously. This level of communication resulted in the need for minimal site re-Iocation, and played an essential role in the success of this deployment.

Since this was the first major aftershock deployment in a populated urban environment, there were several new issues to contend with. Damage to transportation routes sustained in the main shock made travel to sites difficult, and sometimes impossible in the early stages. Sites selection was complicated since most land is privately owned, though field teams received much cooperation from local fire stations and relatives in the area. Also, much consideration was put into site selection to minimize the affects of urban noise sources as well.

We learned the benefits of installing broadband seismometers in conjunction with short period sensors from the Landers deployment, and we found the same benefits during this deployment as evident in Figure 9. The low frequency response of the broadband STS-2 sensors captured the basin reverberation, which is not apparent in the short period records.

Acknowledgments

Several people from many different institutions played important roles in all aspects of preparing this data set, and we would undoubtedly leave someone out if we attempted to name every individual. Instead, we will list the contributing institutions and organizations: Caltrans, Kinemetrics Inc., LLNL, AirTouch Cellular, the IRIS P ASSCAL Instrument Center at Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, the Southern California Earthquake Center, including Caltech, SDSU, UCSB, UCSD, USC, and the USGS; and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Funding from SCEC fund #78023A helped support the data processing work.

Table 1. Station locations, hardware configurations, and site conditions for all portable stations. *Station FIRN is equivalent to station FIRE in the SEED data.
Station Latitude Longitude Elevation (m) Sensor Datalogger Sample Rate (s/s) Conditions
BAHA 34.2337 -118.5455 815 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information
BAR 34.6800 -116.6720 548 STS-1, FBA23 24-bit TERRAscope 20,80 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
BCPP 34.2024 -118.6986 480 L22 16-bit RT72A-02 200 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
BEAR 34.3580 -118.3959 830 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information
BRCY 34.3074 -118.6037 610 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors installed on hard rock
CALB 34.1430 -118.6270 276 STS-2, FBA23 24-bit TERRAscope 20,80 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
CHIM 34.2347 -118.5280 260 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
CHS 34.2246 -118.5488 14 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
CPCP 34.2114 -118.6081 250 L22 16-bit RT72A-02 200 sensors buried in loose soil
CRS 34.0338 -118.3655 27 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
CSBB 34.2446 -118.5330 270 STS-2 24-bit RT72A-07 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
CSE 34.2248 -118.5397 15 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
CSNR 34.2431 -118.5314 270 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
CWHP 34.2589 -118.5730 290 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors installed on hard soil
DGR 33.6500 -117.0090 700 STS-2, FBA23 24-bit TERRAscope 20,80 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
DILL 34.3482 -118.3570 670 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information
DOSK 34.2409 -118.5198 270 L22 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
DRB 34.2365 -118.5505 5 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
DWP 34.0383 -118.3705 29 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
EFRN 34.2314 -118.5590 250 L22 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensor plastered on concrete slab
ETHY 34.1657 -118.4175 200 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information
ETW 34.2172 -118.5307 16 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
EWS 34.2127 -118.5305 18 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
FIRN* 34.3089 -118.4468 385 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information
FLMR 34.4123 -118.9323 275 CMG5 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
GID 34.2422 -118.5395 3 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
GRH 34.3088 -118.5588 748 FBA23 12-bit SCSN 100 contact Caltech for SCSN station information
GRTT 34.1896 -118.6106 245 STS-2 24-bit RT72A-07 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
GSA 34.1386 -118.1283 195 FBA23 12-bit SCSN 100 contact Caltech for SCSN station information
GSC 35.3028 -116.8083 990 STS-1 24-bit TERRAscope 20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
GVR 34.0497 -118.1200 141 FBA23 12-bit SCSN 100 contact Caltech for SCSN station information
HERK 34.3259 -118.4283 470 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information
HLT 34.0365 -118.3818 29 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
ISA 35.6630 -118.4733 835 STS-1 24-bit TERRAscope 20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
JFPP 34.3120 -118.4960 385 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
KEST 34.2100 -118.4569 235 STS-2 24-bit RT72A-07 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
KLVC 33.8354 -118.1590 20 STS-2 16-bit RT72A-02 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
KMAR 34.2462 -118.4600 100 FBA 11 12-bit SSA-2 200 contact Kinemetrics Inc. for information
KMCH 34.2517 -118.5844 100 FBA 11 12-bit SSA-2 200 contact Kinemetrics Inc. for information
KMNH 34.2395 -118.5280 100 FBA 11 12-bit SSA-2 200 contact Kinemetrics Inc. for information
KMNL 34.2395 -118.5280 100 FBA 11 12-bit SSA-2 200 contact Kinemetrics Inc. for information
KMNP 34.2395 -118.5317 100 FBA 11 12-bit SSA-2 200 contact Kinemetrics Inc. for information
KMSF 34.2835 -118.4385 100 FBA 11 12-bit SSA-2 200 contact Kinemetrics Inc. for information
KMVN 34.2063 -118.4487 100 FBA 11 12-bit SSA-2 200 contact Kinemetrics Inc. for information
KSRG 34.0596 -118.4736 120 STS-2 16-bit RT72A-02 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
LA00 34.1062 -118.4542 275 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 200 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
LA01 34.1317 -118.4394 380 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 200 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
LA02 34.0630 -118.4180 80 L4C, FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 200 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
LA03 34.0900 -118.4180 80 L4C,FBA23 RT72A-02 200 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
LAM 34.0700 -118.1500 135 L4C, FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 200 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
LAUR 34.2239 -118.5321 250 L4C, FBA23 16, 24-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
LXA 34.0293 -118.4762 46 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
MAY 34.2535 -118.5137 32 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
MGUY 34.2488 -118.5188 280 L22 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
MK3 34.2455 -118.5303 37 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
MKDR 34.2173 -118.5235 240 L4C, FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
MLAC 37.6310 -118.8340 2170 STS-2 24-bit TERRAscope 20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
MONT 34.2731 -118.4828 300 STS-2 24-bit RT72A-07 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
MPKP 34.2871 -118.8816 30 L4C 16-bit RT72A-02 250 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
NCU 34.2400 -118.5655 19 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
NEE 34.8230 -114.5960 139 STS-2 24-bit TERRAscope 20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
NFCN 34.2412 -118.5547 265 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors installed asphalt lot over fill
NFCS 34.2367 -118.5558 260 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors installed asphalt lot over fill
NHFS 34.1993 -118.3979 191 STS-2 16, 24-bit RT72A-02 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
NHL 34.3918 -118.5987 578 FBA23 12-bit SCSN 100 contact Caltech for SCSN station information
NMHP 34.2315 -118.5507 251 L4C 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
NRS 34.1613 -118.5338 251 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
NSL 34.1617 -118.5303 252 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
NWHP 34.3880 -118.5332 380 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensor plastered on concrete slab
OVHI 34.3290 -118.4460 500 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information
OVHS 34.3285 -118.4460 457 L4C 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors installed on hard soil
PAS 34.1483 -118.1717 295 STS-1 24-bit TERRAscope 20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
PDAM 34.3341 -118.3980 600 STS-2, FBA23 16, 24-bit RT72A-02 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
PFO 33.6092 -118.4553 1280 STS-1 24-bit TERRAscope 20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
PIRU 34.4127 -118.7963 210 L4C, FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 contact Aaron Martin UCSB for information
PRA 34.2392 -118.5453 4 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
PWGB 34.3322 -118.7171 520 STS-2, FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 200 sensors plastered on concrete slab overfill
RESB 34.2968 -118.5507 520 L4C, FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
RGT 34.1602 -118.5350 254 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
RPV 34.7438 -118.4035 115 STS-2, FBA23 24-bit TERRAscope 80,20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
SBC 34.4417 -119.7133 90 STS-1 24-bit TERRAscope 20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
SCFS 34.3857 -118.4137 535 STS-2 16, 24-bit RT72A-02 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
SFMI 34.2708 -118.4612 261 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors installed on hard soil
SFPW 34.2876 -118.4245 308 CMG3, FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 100 sensors installed on loose fill
SFYP 34.2362 -118.4395 228 L4C,FBA23 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
SHR 34.1397 -118.5330 400 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
SHS 34.0385 -118.3845 34 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
SMC 34.0122 -118.4913 18 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
SMF 34.0300 -118.4465 50 FBA23 12-bit SCSN 100 contact Caltech for SCSN station information
SMGC 34.4221 -118.6708 400 CMG5 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensors buried in loose soil
SMIP 34.2632 -118.6673 330 L22 16-bit RT72A-02 200 sensors buried in loose soil
SMS 34.0403 -118.4845 79 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
SRY 34.2247 -118.5567 13 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
SSAP 34.2309 -118.7135 380 L4C 16-bit RT72A-02 250 sensor installed on thin soil layer
SSC 34.0467 -118.3555 32 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
SVD 34.1045 -117.0970 600 STS-2 24-bit TERRAscope 80,20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
SYL 34.2035 -118.4497 1061 FBA23 12-bit SCSN 100 contact Caltech for SCSN station information
TAG 34.1605 -118.5343 268 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
TNVC 33.9237 -118.1977 25 STS-2 16-bit RT72A-02 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
TRM 34.1597 -118.5337 256 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
USC 34.0210 -118.2870 60 STS-2, FBA23 24-bit TERRAscope 80,20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
VAN 34.2493 -118.4777 100 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
VAN A 34.2461 -118.5488 267 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrate at SDSU for information
VRD 34.2152 -118.2788 936 FBA23 16-bit SCSN 100 contact Caltech for SCSN station information
VTV 34.5670 -117.3330 847 STS-2, FBA23 24-bit TERRAscope 80,20 contact Caltech for TERRAscope information
WVES 34.0050 -118.2790 50 STS-2 24-bit RT72A-07 200 sensor plastered on concrete slab
WVN 34.0543 -118.4530 82 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
WVS 34.0498 -118.4485 102 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
YOL 34.2458 -118.5400 2 FBA23 16-bit GEOS 200 contact the USGS for GEOS station information
YOLY 34.2368 -118.5393 255 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrate at SDSU for information
YOLZ 34.2335 -118.5393 250 FBA23 16-bit SSR-1 200 contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information
Table 2. Timing quality for all portable stations included in the data set. Station names in red denote problems that exist in the data that have not been corrected.
Station Quality Comments
BAHA OK No corrections necessary.
BAR OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
BCPP OK Adjustments (<5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
BEAR OK No corrections necessary.
BRCY poor <94029: 11 Prior to 94029: 10:50, an approximate offset of -1.968 seconds exists due to an Omega dock hardware problem. After that time auality is OK
CALB OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
CHIM OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
CHS unknown Contact the USGS for information.
CPCP OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
CRS unknown Contact the USGS for information.
CSBB OK No corrections necessary.
CSE unknown Any corrections to GEOS data were done by USGS personnel.
CSNR OK -2000ms shift applied <94018:01:50 to correct for improper leap second parameter. After 94018:01:50 several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
CWHP poor < 94030:01 Prior to 94030:00:40, an approximate offset of -2.00 seconds exists due to an Omega dock hardware problem. After that time qualitv is OK
DGR OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
DILL OK No corrections necessary.
DOSK OK Adjustments (< 10ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied. DRB unknown Contact the USGS for information.
DWP unknown Contact the USGS for information.
EFRN poor Poor Omega reception affected timing quality. Contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for more information.
ETHY OK No corrections necessary.
ETW unknown Contact the USGS for information.
EWS unknown Contact the USGS for information.
FIRN OK No corrections necessary.
FLMR OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
G1D unknown Contact the USGS for information.
GRH OK Any corrections to SCSN data were done by Caltech personnel.
GRTT OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
GSA OK Any corrections to SCSN data were done by Caltech personnel.
GSC OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
GVR OK Any corrections to SCSN data were done by Caltech personnel.
HERK OK No corrections necessary.
HLT unknown Contact the USGS for information.
ISA OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
JFPP OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
KEST OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
KLVC OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
KMAR poor Timing accuracy is unknown for all data.
KMCH poor Timing accuracy is unknown for all data.
KMNH poor Timing accuracy is unknown for all data.
KMNL poor Timing accuracy is unknown for all data.
KMNP poor Timing accuracy is unknown for all data.
KMSF poor Timing accuracy is unknown for all data.
KMVN poor Timing accuracy is unknown for all data.
KSRG OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
LA00 OK -2000ms shift applied <94019:23:01:34 to correct for improper leap second parameter.
LA01 OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
LA02 OK -2000ms shift applied <94019:17:36 to correct for improper leap second parameter.
LA03 poor Due to Omega hardware problem, timing accuracy is unknown for all data.
LA04 OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
LAUR OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
LXA unknown Contact the USGS for information.
MAY unknown Contact the USGS for information.
MGUY OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
MK3 unknown Contact the USGS for information.
MKDR OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
MLAC OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
MONT OK Any corrections to SCSN data were done by Caltech personnel.
MPKP OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
NCU unknown Contact the USGS for information.
NEE OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
NFCN OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
NFCS OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
NHFS OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
NHL OK Any corrections to SCSN data were done by Caltech personnel.
NMHP OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
NRS unknown Contact the USGS for information.
NSL unknown Contact the USGS for information.
NWHP OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
OVHI OK No corrections necessary.
OVHS OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
PAS OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
PDAM OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
PFO OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
PIRU OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
PRA unknown Contact the USGS for information.
PWGB OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
RESB OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
RGT unknown Contact the USGS for information.
RPV OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
SBC OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
SCFS OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
SFMI OK -2000ms shift applied <94017:19:46:54 to correct for improper leap second parameter. After 94017:19:46:54 several shifts were applied as calculated bv REFRATE.
SFPW OK -2000ms shift applied <94021:05:09:20 to correct for improper leap second parameter. After 94021:05:09:20 adjustments (< 5ms) were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
SFYP OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
SHR unknown Contact the USGS for information.
SHS unknown Contact the USGS for information.
SMC unknown Contact the USGS for information.
SMF OK Any corrections to SCSN data were done by Caltech personnel.
SMGC OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
SMIP OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
SMS unknown Contact the USGS for information.
SRY unknown Contact the USGS for information.
SSAP OK Adjustments (< 5ms) calculated with REFRATE were applied.
SSC unknown Contact the USGS for information.
SVD OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
SYL OK Any corrections to SCSN data were done by Caltech personnel.
TAG unknown Contact the USGS for information.
TNVC OK Several shifts were applied as calculated by REFRATE.
TRM unknown Contact the USGS for information.
USC OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
VAN unknown Contact the USGS for information.
VAN A OK No corrections necessary.
VRD OK Any corrections to SCSN data were done by Caltech personnel.
VTV OK Any corrections to TERRAscope data were done by Caltech personnel.
WVES poor Timing quality is unknown since no dock was used at this site.
WVN unknown Contact the USGS for information.
WVS unknown Contact the USGS for information.
YOL unknown Contact the USGS for information.
YOLY unknown Contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information.
YOLZ unknown Contact Harold Magistrale at SDSU for information.
Table 3. All magnitude 4.0 and greater aftershocks recorded by the portable instruments
Date Time Lat Lon Depth Ml
1/17/1994 (017) 12:31:57.817 34.2790 -118.4740 0.0000 5.89
1/17/1994 (017) 12:39:39.796 34.2610 -118.5340 14.7700 4.89
1/17/1994 (017) 12:40:09.397 34.3200 -118.5040 3.9000 4.82
1/17/1994 (017) 12:40:35.708 34.3410 -118.6020 0.0100 5.20
1/17/1994 (017) 12:55:46.813 34.2690 -118.5770 16.4200 4.07
1/17/1994 (017) 13:06:27.891 34.2550 -118.5460 0.0100 4.62
1/17/1994 (017) 13:26:44.709 34.3180 -118.4550 2.2700 4.68
1/17/1994 (017) 13:56:02.423 34.2850 -118.6240 19.4200 4.44
1/17/1994 (017) 14:14:30.280 34.3320 -118.4420 1.5200 4.45
1/17/1994 (017) 15:07:03.169 34.3040 -118.4740 2.5800 4.20
1/17/1994 (017) 15:07:35.464 34.3070 -118.4670 1.6500 4.14
1/17/1994 (017) 15:54:10.755 34.3760 -118.6270 13.0200 4.85
1/17/1994 (017) 17:56:08.214 34.2280 -118.5720 19.2400 4.63
1/17/1994 (017) 19:43:53.379 34.3680 -118.6370 13.9100 4.05
1/17/1994 (017) 20:46:02.387 34.3010 -118.5650 9.4600 4.85
1/17/1994 (017) 22:31:53.293 34.3400 -118.4420 0.0100 4.12
1/17/1994 (017) 23:33:30.689 34.3260 -118.6980 9.8300 5.58
1/18/1994 (018) 0:39:35.025 34.3790 -118.5640 7.1900 4.40
1/18/1994 (018) 0:40:04.090 34.3940 -118.5430 0.0000 4.21
1/18/1994 (018) 0:43:08.893 34.3770 -118.6980 11.3400 5.24
1/18/1994 (018) 4:01:26.722 34.3580 -118.6230 0.9300 4.26
1/18/1994 (018) 7:23:56.020 34.3330 -118.6230 14.8100 4.04
1/18/1994 (018) 11:35:09.904 34.2180 -118.6070 12.1000 4.19
1/18/1994 (018) 13:24:44.128 34.3190 -118.5580 1.7300 4.32
1/18/1994 (018) 15:23:46.887 34.3790 -118.5610 7.7000 4.84
1/19/1994 (019) 4:40:47.996 34.3610 -118.5710 2.5900 4.34
1/19/1994 (019) 4:43:14.520 34.3660 -118.7090 12.6700 4.04
1/19/1994 (019) 9:13:10.901 34.3040 -118.7370 13.0200 4.05
1/19/1994 (019) 14:09:14.829 34.2150 -118.5100 17.4700 4.52
1/19/1994 (019) 21:09:28.608 34.3790 -118.7120 14.4400 5.06
1/19/1994 (019) 21:11:44.899 34.3780 -118.6190 11.3500 5.07
1/21/1994 (021) 18:39:15.262 34.3010 -118.4660 10.6100 4.53
1/21/1994 (021) 18:39:47.081 34.2970 -118.4790 11.9400 4.00
1/21/1994 (021) 18:42:28.770 34.3100 -118.4740 7.9300 4.25
1/21/1994 (021) 18:52:44.235 34.3020 -118.4520 7.5900 4.31
1/21/1994 (021) 18:53:44.571 34.2980 -118.4580 7.6500 4.32
1/23/1994 (023) 8:55:08.662 34.3000 -118.4280 5.9800 4.07
1/24/1994 (024) 4:15:18.818 34.3470 -118.5520 6.5300 4.59
1/24/1994 (024) 5:50:24.338 34.3610 -118.6280 12.1200 4.30
1/24/1994 (024) 5:54:21.067 34.3640 -118.6270 10.8800 4.20
1/27/1994 (027) 17:19:58.825 34.2730 -118.5630 14.9200 4.57
1/28/1994 (028) 20:09:53.430 34.3750 -118.4940 0.7000 4.21
1/29/1994 (029) 11:20:35.968 34.3060 -118.5790 1.1000 5.06
1/29/1994 (029) 12:16:56.348 34.2780 -118.6110 2.6500 4.33
2/06/1994 (037) 13:19:27.017 34.2920 -118.4760 9.3000 4.09
2/25/1994 (056) 12:59:12587 34.3570 -118.4800 1.1800 4.03

Station Map

Station map

Station List

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sta ondate offdate lat lon elev staname statype refsta dnorth deast
BAHA 1994040 1994052 34.2337 -118.5455 0.815 ss
BAHA 1994055 1994061 34.2337 -118.5455 0.815 ss
BAR 1992275 32.68 -116.672 0.548 Barrett Dam, California, USA ss
BCPP 1994025 1994039 34.2024 -118.6986 0.48 ss
BCPP 1994040 1994041 34.2024 -118.6986 0.48 ss
BEAR 1994020 1994039 34.358 -118.3959 0.83 ss
BRCY 1994019 1994061 34.3074 -118.6037 0.61 ss
C23 1994023 1994070 34.0013 -118.4825 0.067 ss
CALB 1994011 34.143 -118.627 0 Calabasas, California, USA ss
CHIM 1994043 1994061 34.2347 -118.528 0.26 ss
CHS 1994023 1994070 34.2246 -118.5488 0.014 ss
CPCP 1994020 1994041 34.2114 -118.6081 0.25 ss
CRS 1994023 1994070 34.0338 -118.3655 0.027 ss
CSBB 1994042 1994064 34.2446 -118.533 0.27 ss
CSE 1994023 1994070 34.2248 -118.5397 0.015 ss
CSNR 1994018 1994040 34.2431 -118.5314 0.27 ss
CWHP 1994019 1994041 34.2589 -118.573 0.29 ss
DGR 1993173 33.65 -117.009 0.7 Domenigoni Valley Reservior, California, USA ss
DILL 1994024 1994039 34.3482 -118.357 0.67 ss
DOSK 1994042 1994061 34.2409 -118.5198 0.27 ss
DRB 1994023 1994070 34.2365 -118.5505 0.005 ss
DWP 1994023 1994070 34.0383 -118.3705 0.029 ss
EFRN 1994041 1994061 34.2314 -118.559 0.25 ss
ETHY 1994018 1994039 34.1657 -118.4175 0.2 ss
ETW 1994023 1994070 34.2172 -118.5307 0.016 ss
EWS 1994023 1994070 34.2127 -118.5305 0.018 ss
FIRE 1994018 1994041 34.3089 -118.4468 0.385 ss
FLMR 1994023 1994061 34.4123 -118.9323 0.275 ss
G1D 1994023 1994070 34.2422 -118.5395 0.003 ss
GRH 1994017 1994080 34.3088 -118.5588 0.748 ss
GRTT 1994040 1994064 34.1896 -118.6106 0.245 ss
GSA 1994017 1994080 34.1368 -118.1283 0.195 ss
GSC 1990201 35.3028 -116.8083 0.99 Goldston, California, USA ss
GVR 1994017 1994080 34.0497 -118.12 0.141 ss
HERK 1994017 1994039 34.3259 -118.4283 0.47 ss
HLT 1994023 1994070 34.0365 -118.3818 0.029 ss
ISA 1991038 35.663 -118.4733 0.835 Isabella, California, USA ss
JFPP 1994022 1994042 34.312 -118.496 0.385 ss
KEST 1994042 1994064 34.21 -118.4569 0.235 ss
KLVC 1994019 1994064 33.8354 -118.159 0.02 ss
KMAR 1994017 1994032 34.2462 -118.46 0.1 ss
KMCH 1994017 1994032 34.2517 -118.5844 0.1 ss
KMNH 1994017 1994032 34.2395 -118.528 0.1 ss
KMNL 1994017 1994032 34.2395 -118.528 0.1 ss
KMNP 1994017 1994032 34.2395 -118.5317 0.1 ss
KMSF 1994017 1994032 34.2835 -118.4385 0.1 ss
KMVN 1994017 1994032 34.2063 -118.4487 0.1 ss
KSRG 1994018 1994064 34.0596 -118.4736 0.12 ss
LA00 1994017 1994052 34.1062 -118.4542 0.275 ss
LA01 1994017 1994052 34.1317 -118.4394 0.38 ss
LA02 1994017 1994021 34.063 -118.418 0.08 ss
LA03 1994017 1994021 34.09 -118.339 0.08 ss
LA04 1994017 1994021 34.07 -118.15 0.135 ss
LAUR 1994042 1994061 34.2239 -118.5321 0.25 ss
LDSC 1994019 1994028 33.899 -118.196 0.02 ss
LXA 1994023 1994070 34.0293 -118.4762 0.046 ss
MAY 1994023 1994070 34.2535 -118.5137 0.032 ss
MGUY 1994043 1994061 34.2488 -118.5187 0.28 ss
MK3 1994018 1994028 34.2455 -118.5303 0.037 ss
MKDR 1994041 1994061 34.2173 -118.5235 0.24 ss
MLAC 1993127 37.631 -118.834 2.17 Mammoth Lakes, California, USA ss
MONT 1994042 1994064 34.2731 -118.4828 0.3 ss
MPKP 1994028 1994054 34.2871 -118.8816 0.03 ss
NCU 1994023 1994070 34.24 -118.5655 0.019 ss
NFCN 1994040 1994061 34.2412 -118.5547 0.265 ss
NFCS 1994040 1994061 34.2367 -118.5558 0.26 ss
NHFS 1994018 1994064 34.1993 -118.3979 0.191 ss
NHL 1994017 1994080 34.3918 -118.5987 0.578 ss
NMHP 1994040 1994061 34.2315 -118.5507 0.251 ss
NRS 1994023 1994070 34.1613 -118.5338 0.251 ss
NSL 1994023 1994070 34.1617 -118.5303 0.252 ss
NWHP 1994023 1994061 34.388 -118.5332 0.38 ss
OVHI 1994018 1994020 34.329 -118.446 0.5 ss
OVHS 1994020 1994021 34.3285 -118.446 0.457 ss
PAS 1988035 34.1483 -118.1717 0.295 Pasadena, California, USA ss
PDAM 1994025 1994064 34.3341 -118.398 0.6 ss
PFO 1990304 33.6092 -116.4553 1.28 Pinon Flat, California, USA ss
PIRU 1994022 1994061 34.4127 -118.7963 0.21 ss
PRA 1994023 1994070 34.2392 -118.5453 0.004 ss
PWGB 1994022 1994064 34.3322 -118.7171 0.52 ss
RESB 1994018 1994040 34.2968 -118.5507 0.52 ss
RGT 1994023 1994070 34.1602 -118.535 0.254 ss
RPV 1993130 33.7438 -118.4035 0.115 Rancho Palos Verde California, USA ss
SBC 1990354 34.4417 -119.7133 0.09 Santa Barbara, California, USA ss
SCFS 1994018 1994064 34.3857 -118.4137 0.535 ss
SFMI 1994017 1994061 34.2708 -118.4612 0.261 ss
SFPW 1994017 1994052 34.2876 -118.4245 0.308 ss
SFYP 1994020 1994040 34.2362 -118.4395 0.228 ss
SHR 1994023 1994070 34.1397 -118.533 0.4 ss
SHS 1994023 1994070 34.0385 -118.3845 0.034 ss
SMC 1994023 1994070 34.0122 -118.4913 0.018 ss
SMF 1994017 1994080 34.03 -118.4465 0.05 ss
SMGC 1994023 1994036 34.4221 -118.6708 0.4 ss
SMIP 1994020 1994055 34.2632 -118.6673 0.33 ss
SMS 1994023 1994070 34.0403 -118.4845 0.079 ss
SRY 1994023 1994070 34.2247 -118.5567 0.013 ss
SSAP 1994028 1994066 34.2309 -118.7135 0.38 ss
SSC 1994023 1994070 34.0467 -118.3555 0.032 ss
SVD 1991142 34.1045 -117.097 0.6 Seven Oaks Dam, California, USA ss
SYL 1994017 1994080 34.2035 -118.4497 1.061 ss
TAG 1994023 1994070 34.1605 -118.5343 0.268 ss
TNVC 1994019 1994064 33.9237 -118.1977 0.025 ss
TRM 1994023 1994070 34.1597 -118.5337 0.256 ss
USC 1993090 34.021 -118.287 0.06 USC, Los Angeles, California, USA ss
VAN 1994023 1994070 34.2493 -118.4777 0.1 ss
VANA 1994040 1994052 34.2461 -118.5482 0.267 ss
VANA 1994055 1994061 34.2461 -118.5482 0.267 ss
VRD 1994017 1994080 34.2152 -118.2788 0.936 ss
VTV 1993106 34.567 -117.333 0.847 Victorville, California, USA ss
WVES 1994019 1994025 34.005 -118.279 0.05 ss
WVN 1994023 1994070 34.0543 -118.453 0.082 ss
WVS 1994021 1994070 34.0498 -118.4485 0.102 ss
YOL 1994023 1994070 34.2458 -118.54 0.002 ss
YOLY 1994040 1994052 34.2368 -118.5393 0.255 ss
YOLZ 1994040 1994052 34.2335 -118.5393 0.25 ss

Total: 115

Channel List

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sta chan ondate chanid offdate ctype edepth hang vang descrip
BAHA EHE 1994040 421 1994052 n -0 90 90
BAHA EHE 1994055 422 1994061 n -0 90 90
BAHA EHN 1994040 423 1994052 n -0 0 90
BAHA EHN 1994055 424 1994061 n -0 0 90
BAHA EHZ 1994040 425 1994052 n -0 0 0
BAHA EHZ 1994055 426 1994061 n -0 0 0
BAHA ELE 1994040 427 1994052 n -0 90 90
BAHA ELE 1994055 428 1994061 n -0 90 90
BAHA ELN 1994040 429 1994052 n -0 0 90
BAHA ELN 1994055 430 1994061 n -0 0 90
BAHA ELZ 1994040 431 1994052 n -0 0 0
BAHA ELZ 1994055 432 1994061 n -0 0 0
BAR BHE 1992275 433 n 0 90 90
BAR BHN 1992275 434 n 0 0 90
BAR BHZ 1992275 435 n 0 0 0
BAR BLE 1992275 436 n 0 90 90
BAR BLN 1992275 437 n 0 0 90
BAR BLZ 1992275 438 n 0 0 0
BAR EDO 1992275 439 n 0 0 90
BAR HLE 1992275 440 n 0 90 90
BAR HLN 1992275 441 n 0 0 90
BAR HLZ 1992275 442 n 0 0 0
BAR LDO 1992275 443 n 0 0 90
BAR LEB 1992275 444 n 0 0 90
BAR LHE 1992275 445 n 0 90 90
BAR LHN 1992275 446 n 0 0 90
BAR LHZ 1992275 447 n 0 0 0
BAR LKI 1992275 448 n 0 0 90
BAR LLE 1992275 449 n 0 90 90
BAR LLN 1992275 450 n 0 0 90
BAR LLZ 1992275 451 n 0 0 0
BAR UHE 1992275 452 n 0 90 90
BAR UHN 1992275 453 n 0 0 90
BAR UHZ 1992275 454 n 0 0 0
BAR UME 1992275 455 n 0 90 90
BAR UMN 1992275 456 n 0 0 90
BAR UMZ 1992275 457 n 0 0 0
BAR VHE 1992275 458 n 0 90 90
BAR VHN 1992275 459 n 0 0 90
BAR VHZ 1992275 460 n 0 0 0
BCPP EHE 1994025 461 1994039 n -0 90 90
BCPP EHE 1994040 462 1994041 n -0 90 90
BCPP EHN 1994025 463 1994039 n -0 0 90
BCPP EHN 1994040 464 1994041 n -0 0 90
BCPP EHZ 1994025 465 1994039 n -0 0 180
BCPP EHZ 1994040 466 1994041 n -0 0 180
BCPP ELE 1994025 467 1994039 n -0 90 90
BCPP ELE 1994040 468 1994041 n -0 90 90
BCPP ELN 1994025 469 1994039 n -0 0 90
BCPP ELN 1994040 470 1994041 n -0 0 90
BCPP ELZ 1994025 471 1994039 n -0 0 180
BCPP ELZ 1994040 472 1994041 n -0 0 180
BEAR EHE 1994020 473 1994039 n -0 93 90
BEAR EHN 1994020 474 1994039 n -0 3 90
BEAR EHZ 1994020 475 1994039 n -0 0 0
BEAR ELE 1994020 476 1994039 n -0 93 90
BEAR ELN 1994020 477 1994039 n -0 3 90
BEAR ELZ 1994020 478 1994039 n -0 0 0
BRCY EHE 1994019 479 1994061 n -0 90 90
BRCY EHN 1994019 480 1994061 n -0 0 90
BRCY EHZ 1994019 481 1994061 n -0 0 0
BRCY ELE 1994019 482 1994061 n -0 270 90
BRCY ELN 1994019 483 1994061 n -0 180 90
BRCY ELZ 1994019 484 1994061 n -0 0 180
C23 ELE 1994023 485 1994070 n -0 90 90
C23 ELN 1994023 486 1994070 n -0 0 90
C23 ELZ 1994023 487 1994070 n -0 0 0
CALB BHE 1994011 488 n 0 90 90
CALB BHN 1994011 489 n 0 0 90
CALB BHZ 1994011 490 n 0 0 0
CALB BLE 1994011 491 n 0 90 90
CALB BLN 1994011 492 n 0 0 90
CALB BLZ 1994011 493 n 0 0 0
CALB HHE 1994011 494 n 0 90 90
CALB HHN 1994011 495 n 0 0 90
CALB HHZ 1994011 496 n 0 0 0
CALB HLE 1994011 497 n 0 90 90
CALB HLN 1994011 498 n 0 0 90
CALB HLZ 1994011 499 n 0 0 0
CALB LHE 1994011 500 n 0 90 90
CALB LHN 1994011 501 n 0 0 90
CALB LHZ 1994011 502 n 0 0 0
CALB LLE 1994011 503 n 0 90 90
CALB LLN 1994011 504 n 0 0 90
CALB LLZ 1994011 505 n 0 0 0
CALB UHE 1994011 506 n 0 90 90
CALB UHN 1994011 507 n 0 0 90
CALB UHZ 1994011 508 n 0 0 0
CALB VHE 1994011 509 n 0 90 90
CALB VHN 1994011 510 n 0 0 90
CALB VHZ 1994011 511 n 0 0 0
CHIM EHE 1994043 512 1994061 n -0 90 90
CHIM EHN 1994043 513 1994061 n -0 0 90
CHIM EHZ 1994043 514 1994061 n -0 0 0
CHIM ELE 1994043 515 1994061 n -0 90 90
CHIM ELN 1994043 516 1994061 n -0 0 90
CHIM ELZ 1994043 517 1994061 n -0 0 0
CHS ELE 1994023 518 1994070 n -0 90 90
CHS ELN 1994023 519 1994070 n -0 0 90
CHS ELZ 1994023 520 1994070 n -0 0 0
CPCP EHE 1994020 521 1994041 n -0 90 90
CPCP EHN 1994020 522 1994041 n -0 0 90
CPCP EHZ 1994020 523 1994041 n -0 0 180
CPCP ELE 1994020 524 1994041 n -0 90 90
CPCP ELN 1994020 525 1994041 n -0 0 90
CPCP ELZ 1994020 526 1994041 n -0 0 180
CRS ELE 1994023 527 1994070 n -0 90 90
CRS ELN 1994023 528 1994070 n -0 0 90
CRS ELZ 1994023 529 1994070 n -0 0 0
CSBB HHE 1994042 530 1994064 n -0 90 90
CSBB HHN 1994042 531 1994064 n -0 0 90
CSBB HHZ 1994042 532 1994064 n -0 0 0
CSE ELE 1994023 533 1994070 n -0 90 90
CSE ELN 1994023 534 1994070 n -0 0 90
CSE ELZ 1994023 535 1994070 n -0 0 0
CSNR EHE 1994018 536 1994040 n -0 90 90
CSNR EHN 1994018 537 1994040 n -0 0 90
CSNR EHZ 1994018 538 1994040 n -0 0 0
CSNR ELE 1994018 539 1994040 n -0 270 90
CSNR ELN 1994018 540 1994040 n -0 180 90
CSNR ELZ 1994018 541 1994040 n -0 0 180
CWHP EHE 1994019 542 1994041 n -0 90 90
CWHP EHN 1994019 543 1994041 n -0 0 90
CWHP EHZ 1994019 544 1994041 n -0 0 0
CWHP ELE 1994019 545 1994041 n -0 270 90
CWHP ELN 1994019 546 1994041 n -0 180 90
CWHP ELZ 1994019 547 1994041 n -0 0 180
DGR BHE 1993173 548 n 0 90 90
DGR BHN 1993173 549 n 0 0 90
DGR BHZ 1993173 550 n 0 0 0
DGR BLE 1993173 551 n 0 90 90
DGR BLN 1993173 552 n 0 0 90
DGR BLZ 1993173 553 n 0 0 0
DGR HHE 1993173 554 n 0 90 90
DGR HHN 1993173 555 n 0 0 90
DGR HHZ 1993173 556 n 0 0 0
DGR HLE 1993173 557 n 0 90 90
DGR HLN 1993173 558 n 0 0 90
DGR HLZ 1993173 559 n 0 0 0
DGR LHE 1993173 560 n 0 90 90
DGR LHN 1993173 561 n 0 0 90
DGR LHZ 1993173 562 n 0 0 0
DGR LLE 1993173 563 n 0 90 90
DGR LLN 1993173 564 n 0 0 90
DGR LLZ 1993173 565 n 0 0 0
DGR UHE 1993173 566 n 0 90 90
DGR UHN 1993173 567 n 0 0 90
DGR UHZ 1993173 568 n 0 0 0
DGR VHE 1993173 569 n 0 90 90
DGR VHN 1993173 570 n 0 0 90
DGR VHZ 1993173 571 n 0 0 0
DILL EHE 1994024 572 1994039 n -0 90 90
DILL EHN 1994024 573 1994039 n -0 0 90
DILL EHZ 1994024 574 1994039 n -0 0 0
DILL ELE 1994024 575 1994039 n -0 90 90
DILL ELN 1994024 576 1994039 n -0 0 90
DILL ELZ 1994024 577 1994039 n -0 0 0
DOSK EHE 1994055 578 1994061 n -0 90 90
DOSK EHN 1994055 579 1994061 n -0 0 90
DOSK EHZ 1994055 580 1994061 n -0 0 180
DOSK ELE 1994042 581 1994061 n -0 90 90
DOSK ELN 1994042 582 1994061 n -0 0 90
DOSK ELZ 1994042 583 1994061 n -0 0 180
DRB ELE 1994023 584 1994070 n -0 90 90
DRB ELN 1994023 585 1994070 n -0 0 90
DRB ELZ 1994023 586 1994070 n -0 0 0
DWP ELE 1994023 587 1994070 n -0 90 90
DWP ELN 1994023 588 1994070 n -0 0 90
DWP ELZ 1994023 589 1994070 n -0 0 0
EFRN EHE 1994041 590 1994061 n -0 270 90
EFRN EHN 1994041 591 1994061 n -0 0 90
EFRN EHZ 1994041 592 1994061 n -0 0 180
EFRN ELE 1994041 593 1994061 n -0 270 90
EFRN ELN 1994041 594 1994061 n -0 0 90
EFRN ELZ 1994041 595 1994061 n -0 0 180
ETHY EHE 1994018 596 1994039 n -0 93 90
ETHY EHN 1994018 597 1994039 n -0 3 90
ETHY EHZ 1994018 598 1994039 n -0 0 0
ETHY ELE 1994018 599 1994039 n -0 93 90
ETHY ELN 1994018 600 1994039 n -0 3 90
ETHY ELZ 1994018 601 1994039 n -0 0 0
ETW ELE 1994023 602 1994070 n -0 90 90
ETW ELN 1994023 603 1994070 n -0 0 90
ETW ELZ 1994023 604 1994070 n -0 0 0
EWS ELE 1994023 605 1994070 n -0 90 90
EWS ELN 1994023 606 1994070 n -0 0 90
EWS ELZ 1994023 607 1994070 n -0 0 0
FIRE EHE 1994018 608 1994041 n -0 93 90
FIRE EHN 1994018 609 1994041 n -0 3 90
FIRE EHZ 1994018 610 1994041 n -0 0 0
FIRE ELE 1994018 611 1994041 n -0 93 90
FIRE ELN 1994018 612 1994041 n -0 3 90
FIRE ELZ 1994018 613 1994041 n -0 0 0
FLMR EHE 1994023 614 1994061 n -0 90 90
FLMR EHN 1994023 615 1994061 n -0 0 90
FLMR EHZ 1994023 616 1994061 n -0 0 0
FLMR ELE 1994023 617 1994061 n -0 90 90
FLMR ELN 1994023 618 1994061 n -0 0 90
FLMR ELZ 1994023 619 1994061 n -0 0 0
G1D ELE 1994023 620 1994070 n -0 90 90
G1D ELN 1994023 621 1994070 n -0 0 90
G1D ELZ 1994023 622 1994070 n -0 0 0
GRH ELE 1994017 623 1994080 n -0 90 90
GRH ELN 1994017 624 1994080 n -0 0 90
GRH ELZ 1994017 625 1994080 n -0 0 0
GRTT HHE 1994040 626 1994064 n -0 90 90
GRTT HHN 1994040 627 1994064 n -0 0 90
GRTT HHZ 1994040 628 1994064 n -0 0 0
GSA ELE 1994017 629 1994080 n -0 90 90
GSA ELN 1994017 630 1994080 n -0 0 90
GSA ELZ 1994017 631 1994080 n -0 0 0
GSC BHE 1990201 632 n 0 90 90
GSC BHN 1990201 633 n 0 0 90
GSC BHZ 1990201 634 n 0 0 0
GSC EDO 1990201 635 n 0 0 90
GSC ELE 1990201 636 n 0 90 90
GSC ELN 1990201 637 n 0 0 90
GSC ELZ 1990201 638 n 0 0 0
GSC LDO 1990201 639 n 0 0 90
GSC LEB 1990201 640 n 0 0 90
GSC LHE 1990201 641 n 0 90 90
GSC LHN 1990201 642 n 0 0 90
GSC LHZ 1990201 643 n 0 0 0
GSC LKI 1990201 644 n 0 0 90
GSC UHE 1990201 645 n 0 90 90
GSC UHN 1990201 646 n 0 0 90
GSC UHZ 1990201 647 n 0 0 0
GSC UME 1990201 648 n 0 90 90
GSC UMN 1990201 649 n 0 0 90
GSC UMZ 1990201 650 n 0 0 0
GSC VHE 1990201 651 n 0 90 90
GSC VHN 1990201 652 n 0 0 90
GSC VHZ 1990201 653 n 0 0 0
GVR ELE 1994017 654 1994080 n -0 90 90
GVR ELN 1994017 655 1994080 n -0 0 90
GVR ELZ 1994017 656 1994080 n -0 0 0
HERK EHE 1994017 657 1994039 n -0 93 90
HERK EHN 1994017 658 1994039 n -0 3 90
HERK EHZ 1994017 659 1994039 n -0 0 0
HERK ELE 1994017 660 1994039 n -0 93 90
HERK ELN 1994017 661 1994039 n -0 3 90
HERK ELZ 1994017 662 1994039 n -0 0 0
HLT ELE 1994023 663 1994070 n -0 90 90
HLT ELN 1994023 664 1994070 n -0 0 90
HLT ELZ 1994023 665 1994070 n -0 0 0
ISA BHE 1991038 666 n 0 90 90
ISA BHN 1991038 667 n 0 0 90
ISA BHZ 1991038 668 n 0 0 0
ISA EDO 1991038 669 n 0 0 90
ISA ELE 1991038 670 n 0 90 90
ISA ELN 1991038 671 n 0 0 90
ISA ELZ 1991038 672 n 0 0 0
ISA LDO 1991038 673 n 0 0 90
ISA LEB 1991038 674 n 0 0 90
ISA LHE 1991038 675 n 0 90 90
ISA LHN 1991038 676 n 0 0 90
ISA LHZ 1991038 677 n 0 0 0
ISA LKI 1991038 678 n 0 0 90
ISA UHE 1991038 679 n 0 90 90
ISA UHN 1991038 680 n 0 0 90
ISA UHZ 1991038 681 n 0 0 0
ISA UME 1991038 682 n 0 90 90
ISA UMN 1991038 683 n 0 0 90
ISA UMZ 1991038 684 n 0 0 0
ISA VHE 1991038 685 n 0 90 90
ISA VHN 1991038 686 n 0 0 90
ISA VHZ 1991038 687 n 0 0 0
JFPP EHE 1994022 688 1994042 n -0 90 90
JFPP EHN 1994022 689 1994042 n -0 0 90
JFPP EHZ 1994022 690 1994042 n -0 0 0
JFPP ELE 1994022 691 1994042 n -0 90 90
JFPP ELN 1994022 692 1994042 n -0 0 90
JFPP ELZ 1994022 693 1994042 n -0 0 0
KEST HHE 1994042 694 1994064 n -0 90 90
KEST HHN 1994042 695 1994064 n -0 0 90
KEST HHZ 1994042 696 1994064 n -0 0 0
KLVC HHE 1994019 697 1994064 n -0 76 90
KLVC HHN 1994019 698 1994064 n -0 346 90
KLVC HHZ 1994019 699 1994064 n -0 0 0
KLVC HLE 1994019 700 1994064 n -0 76 90
KLVC HLN 1994019 701 1994064 n -0 346 90
KLVC HLZ 1994019 702 1994064 n -0 0 0
KMAR ELE 1994017 703 1994032 n -0 270 90
KMAR ELN 1994017 704 1994032 n -0 180 90
KMAR ELZ 1994017 705 1994032 n -0 0 180
KMCH ELE 1994017 706 1994032 n -0 270 90
KMCH ELN 1994017 707 1994032 n -0 180 90
KMCH ELZ 1994017 708 1994032 n -0 0 180
KMNH ELE 1994017 709 1994032 n -0 270 90
KMNH ELN 1994017 710 1994032 n -0 180 90
KMNH ELZ 1994017 711 1994032 n -0 0 180
KMNL ELE 1994017 712 1994032 n -0 270 90
KMNL ELN 1994017 713 1994032 n -0 180 90
KMNL ELZ 1994017 714 1994032 n -0 0 180
KMNP ELE 1994017 715 1994032 n -0 270 90
KMNP ELN 1994017 716 1994032 n -0 180 90
KMNP ELZ 1994017 717 1994032 n -0 0 180
KMSF ELE 1994017 718 1994032 n -0 270 90
KMSF ELN 1994017 719 1994032 n -0 180 90
KMSF ELZ 1994017 720 1994032 n -0 0 180
KMVN ELE 1994017 721 1994032 n -0 270 90
KMVN ELN 1994017 722 1994032 n -0 180 90
KMVN ELZ 1994017 723 1994032 n -0 0 180
KSRG HHE 1994018 724 1994064 n -0 84 90
KSRG HHN 1994018 725 1994064 n -0 354 90
KSRG HHZ 1994018 726 1994064 n -0 0 0
KSRG HLE 1994018 727 1994064 n -0 84 90
KSRG HLN 1994018 728 1994064 n -0 354 90
KSRG HLZ 1994018 729 1994064 n -0 0 0
LA00 EHE 1994017 730 1994052 n -0 90 90
LA00 EHN 1994017 731 1994052 n -0 0 90
LA00 EHZ 1994017 732 1994052 n -0 0 0
LA00 ELE 1994017 733 1994052 n -0 270 90
LA00 ELN 1994017 734 1994052 n -0 180 90
LA00 ELZ 1994017 735 1994052 n -0 0 180
LA01 EHE 1994017 736 1994052 n -0 90 90
LA01 EHN 1994017 737 1994052 n -0 0 90
LA01 EHZ 1994017 738 1994052 n -0 0 0
LA01 ELE 1994017 739 1994052 n -0 270 90
LA01 ELN 1994017 740 1994052 n -0 180 90
LA01 ELZ 1994017 741 1994052 n -0 0 180
LA02 EHE 1994017 742 1994021 n -0 90 90
LA02 EHN 1994017 743 1994021 n -0 0 90
LA02 EHZ 1994017 744 1994021 n -0 0 0
LA02 ELE 1994017 745 1994021 n -0 270 90
LA02 ELN 1994017 746 1994021 n -0 180 90
LA02 ELZ 1994017 747 1994021 n -0 0 180
LA03 EHE 1994017 748 1994021 n -0 90 90
LA03 EHN 1994017 749 1994021 n -0 0 90
LA03 EHZ 1994017 750 1994021 n -0 0 0
LA03 ELE 1994017 751 1994021 n -0 270 90
LA03 ELN 1994017 752 1994021 n -0 180 90
LA03 ELZ 1994017 753 1994021 n -0 0 180
LA04 EHE 1994017 754 1994021 n -0 90 90
LA04 EHN 1994017 755 1994021 n -0 0 90
LA04 EHZ 1994017 756 1994021 n -0 0 0
LA04 ELE 1994017 757 1994021 n -0 270 90
LA04 ELN 1994017 758 1994021 n -0 180 90
LA04 ELZ 1994017 759 1994021 n -0 0 180
LAUR EHE 1994042 760 1994061 n -0 90 90
LAUR EHN 1994042 761 1994061 n -0 0 90
LAUR EHZ 1994042 762 1994061 n -0 0 0
LAUR ELE 1994042 763 1994061 n -0 90 90
LAUR ELN 1994042 764 1994061 n -0 0 90
LAUR ELZ 1994042 765 1994061 n -0 0 0
LDSC HHE 1994019 766 1994028 n -0 92 90
LDSC HHN 1994019 767 1994028 n -0 2 90
LDSC HHZ 1994019 768 1994028 n -0 0 0
LDSC HLE 1994019 769 1994028 n -0 92 90
LDSC HLN 1994019 770 1994028 n -0 2 90
LDSC HLZ 1994019 771 1994028 n -0 0 0
LXA ELE 1994023 772 1994070 n -0 90 90
LXA ELN 1994023 773 1994070 n -0 0 90
LXA ELZ 1994023 774 1994070 n -0 0 0
MAY ELE 1994023 775 1994070 n -0 90 90
MAY ELN 1994023 776 1994070 n -0 0 90
MAY ELZ 1994023 777 1994070 n -0 0 0
MGUY EHE 1994043 778 1994061 n -0 90 90
MGUY EHN 1994043 779 1994061 n -0 0 90
MGUY EHZ 1994043 780 1994061 n -0 0 180
MGUY ELE 1994043 781 1994061 n -0 90 90
MGUY ELN 1994043 782 1994061 n -0 0 90
MGUY ELZ 1994043 783 1994061 n -0 0 180
MK3 ELE 1994018 784 1994028 n -0 90 90
MK3 ELN 1994018 785 1994028 n -0 0 90
MK3 ELZ 1994018 786 1994028 n -0 0 0
MKDR EHE 1994041 787 1994061 n -0 90 90
MKDR EHN 1994041 788 1994061 n -0 0 90
MKDR EHZ 1994041 789 1994061 n -0 0 0
MKDR ELE 1994041 790 1994061 n -0 270 90
MKDR ELN 1994041 791 1994061 n -0 180 90
MKDR ELZ 1994041 792 1994061 n -0 0 180
MLAC BHE 1993127 793 n 0 90 90
MLAC BHN 1993127 794 n 0 0 90
MLAC BHZ 1993127 795 n 0 0 0
MLAC BLE 1993127 796 n 0 90 90
MLAC BLN 1993127 797 n 0 0 90
MLAC BLZ 1993127 798 n 0 0 0
MLAC HHE 1993127 799 n 0 90 90
MLAC HHN 1993127 800 n 0 0 90
MLAC HHZ 1993127 801 n 0 0 0
MLAC HLE 1993127 802 n 0 90 90
MLAC HLN 1993127 803 n 0 0 90
MLAC HLZ 1993127 804 n 0 0 0
MLAC LHE 1993127 805 n 0 90 90
MLAC LHN 1993127 806 n 0 0 90
MLAC LHZ 1993127 807 n 0 0 0
MLAC LLE 1993127 808 n 0 90 90
MLAC LLN 1993127 809 n 0 0 90
MLAC LLZ 1993127 810 n 0 0 0
MLAC UHE 1993127 811 n 0 90 90
MLAC UHN 1993127 812 n 0 0 90
MLAC UHZ 1993127 813 n 0 0 0
MLAC VHE 1993127 814 n 0 90 90
MLAC VHN 1993127 815 n 0 0 90
MLAC VHZ 1993127 816 n 0 0 0
MONT HHE 1994042 817 1994064 n -0 90 90
MONT HHN 1994042 818 1994064 n -0 0 90
MONT HHZ 1994042 819 1994064 n -0 0 0
MPKP EHE 1994028 820 1994054 n -0 90 90
MPKP EHN 1994028 821 1994054 n -0 0 90
MPKP EHZ 1994028 822 1994054 n -0 0 0
MPKP ELE 1994028 823 1994054 n -0 90 90
MPKP ELN 1994028 824 1994054 n -0 0 90
MPKP ELZ 1994028 825 1994054 n -0 0 0
NCU ELE 1994023 826 1994070 n -0 90 90
NCU ELN 1994023 827 1994070 n -0 0 90
NCU ELZ 1994023 828 1994070 n -0 0 0
NFCN EHE 1994040 829 1994061 n -0 90 90
NFCN EHN 1994040 830 1994061 n -0 0 90
NFCN EHZ 1994040 831 1994061 n -0 0 0
NFCN ELE 1994040 832 1994061 n -0 270 90
NFCN ELN 1994040 833 1994061 n -0 180 90
NFCN ELZ 1994040 834 1994061 n -0 0 180
NFCS EHE 1994040 835 1994061 n -0 90 90
NFCS EHN 1994040 836 1994061 n -0 0 90
NFCS EHZ 1994040 837 1994061 n -0 0 0
NFCS ELE 1994040 838 1994061 n -0 270 90
NFCS ELN 1994040 839 1994061 n -0 180 90
NFCS ELZ 1994040 840 1994061 n -0 0 180
NHFS HHE 1994018 841 1994064 n -0 78 90
NHFS HHN 1994018 842 1994064 n -0 348 90
NHFS HHZ 1994018 843 1994064 n -0 0 0
NHFS HLE 1994018 844 1994021 n -0 78 90
NHFS HLN 1994018 845 1994021 n -0 348 90
NHFS HLZ 1994018 846 1994021 n -0 0 0
NHL ELE 1994017 847 1994080 n -0 90 90
NHL ELN 1994017 848 1994080 n -0 0 90
NHL ELZ 1994017 849 1994080 n -0 0 0
NMHP EHE 1994040 850 1994061 n -0 90 90
NMHP EHN 1994040 851 1994061 n -0 0 90
NMHP EHZ 1994040 852 1994061 n -0 0 0
NMHP ELE 1994040 853 1994061 n -0 90 90
NMHP ELN 1994040 854 1994061 n -0 0 90
NMHP ELZ 1994040 855 1994061 n -0 0 0
NRS ELE 1994023 856 1994070 n -0 90 90
NRS ELN 1994023 857 1994070 n -0 0 90
NRS ELZ 1994023 858 1994070 n -0 0 0
NSL ELE 1994023 859 1994070 n -0 90 90
NSL ELN 1994023 860 1994070 n -0 0 90
NSL ELZ 1994023 861 1994070 n -0 0 0
NWHP EHE 1994023 862 1994061 n -0 90 90
NWHP EHN 1994023 863 1994061 n -0 0 90
NWHP EHZ 1994023 864 1994061 n -0 0 0
NWHP ELE 1994023 865 1994061 n -0 270 90
NWHP ELN 1994023 866 1994061 n -0 180 90
NWHP ELZ 1994023 867 1994061 n -0 0 180
OVHI EHE 1994018 868 1994020 n -0 93 90
OVHI EHN 1994018 869 1994020 n -0 3 90
OVHI EHZ 1994018 870 1994020 n -0 0 0
OVHI ELE 1994018 871 1994020 n -0 93 90
OVHI ELN 1994018 872 1994020 n -0 3 90
OVHI ELZ 1994018 873 1994020 n -0 0 0
OVHS ELE 1994020 874 1994021 n -0 90 90
OVHS ELN 1994020 875 1994021 n -0 0 90
OVHS ELZ 1994020 876 1994021 n -0 0 0
PAS BHE 1988035 877 n 0 90 90
PAS BHN 1988035 878 n 0 0 90
PAS BHZ 1988035 879 n 0 0 0
PAS ELE 1988035 880 n 0 90 90
PAS ELN 1988035 881 n 0 0 90
PAS ELZ 1988035 882 n 0 0 0
PAS LHE 1988035 883 n 0 90 90
PAS LHN 1988035 884 n 0 0 90
PAS LHZ 1988035 885 n 0 0 0
PAS UHE 1988035 886 n 0 90 90
PAS UHN 1988035 887 n 0 0 90
PAS UHZ 1988035 888 n 0 0 0
PAS UME 1988035 889 n 0 90 90
PDAM ELE 1994025 890 1994064 n -0 270 90
PDAM ELN 1994025 891 1994064 n -0 180 90
PDAM ELZ 1994025 892 1994064 n -0 0 0
PDAM HHE 1994025 893 1994064 n -0 90 90
PDAM HHN 1994025 894 1994064 n -0 0 90
PDAM HHZ 1994025 895 1994064 n -0 0 0
PFO BHE 1990304 896 n 0 90 90
PFO BHN 1990304 897 n 0 0 90
PFO BHZ 1990304 898 n 0 0 0
PFO EDO 1990304 899 n 0 0 90
PFO ELE 1990304 900 n 0 90 90
PFO ELN 1990304 901 n 0 0 90
PFO ELZ 1990304 902 n 0 0 0
PFO LDO 1990304 903 n 0 0 90
PFO LEB 1990304 904 n 0 0 90
PFO LHE 1990304 905 n 0 90 90
PFO LHN 1990304 906 n 0 0 90
PFO LHZ 1990304 907 n 0 0 0
PFO LKI 1990304 908 n 0 0 90
PFO UHE 1990304 909 n 0 90 90
PFO UHN 1990304 910 n 0 0 90
PFO UHZ 1990304 911 n 0 0 0
PFO UME 1990304 912 n 0 90 90
PFO UMN 1990304 913 n 0 0 90
PFO UMZ 1990304 914 n 0 0 0
PFO VHE 1990304 915 n 0 90 90
PFO VHN 1990304 916 n 0 0 90
PFO VHZ 1990304 917 n 0 0 0
PIRU EHE 1994022 918 1994061 n -0 90 90
PIRU EHN 1994022 919 1994061 n -0 0 90
PIRU EHZ 1994022 920 1994061 n -0 0 0
PIRU ELE 1994022 921 1994061 n -0 270 90
PIRU ELN 1994022 922 1994061 n -0 180 90
PIRU ELZ 1994022 923 1994061 n -0 0 180
PRA ELE 1994023 924 1994070 n -0 90 90
PRA ELN 1994023 925 1994070 n -0 0 90
PRA ELZ 1994023 926 1994070 n -0 0 0
PWGB ELE 1994022 927 1994064 n -0 90 90
PWGB ELN 1994022 928 1994064 n -0 0 90
PWGB ELZ 1994022 929 1994064 n -0 0 0
PWGB HHE 1994022 930 1994064 n -0 75 90
PWGB HHN 1994022 931 1994064 n -0 345 90
PWGB HHZ 1994022 932 1994064 n -0 0 0
RESB EHE 1994018 933 1994040 n -0 90 90
RESB EHN 1994018 934 1994040 n -0 0 90
RESB EHZ 1994018 935 1994040 n -0 0 0
RESB ELE 1994018 936 1994040 n -0 270 90
RESB ELN 1994018 937 1994040 n -0 180 90
RESB ELZ 1994018 938 1994040 n -0 0 180
RGT ELE 1994023 939 1994070 n -0 90 90
RGT ELN 1994023 940 1994070 n -0 0 90
RGT ELZ 1994023 941 1994070 n -0 0 0
RPV BHE 1993130 942 n 0 90 90
RPV BHN 1993130 943 n 0 0 90
RPV BHZ 1993130 944 n 0 0 0
RPV BLE 1993130 945 n 0 90 90
RPV BLN 1993130 946 n 0 0 90
RPV BLZ 1993130 947 n 0 0 0
RPV HHE 1993130 948 n 0 90 90
RPV HHN 1993130 949 n 0 0 90
RPV HHZ 1993130 950 n 0 0 0
RPV HLE 1993130 951 n 0 90 90
RPV HLN 1993130 952 n 0 0 90
RPV HLZ 1993130 953 n 0 0 0
RPV LHE 1993130 954 n 0 90 90
RPV LHN 1993130 955 n 0 0 90
RPV LHZ 1993130 956 n 0 0 0
RPV LLE 1993130 957 n 0 90 90
RPV LLN 1993130 958 n 0 0 90
RPV LLZ 1993130 959 n 0 0 0
RPV UHE 1993130 960 n 0 90 90
RPV UHN 1993130 961 n 0 0 90
RPV UHZ 1993130 962 n 0 0 0
RPV VHE 1993130 963 n 0 90 90
RPV VHN 1993130 964 n 0 0 90
RPV VHZ 1993130 965 n 0 0 0
SBC BHE 1990354 966 n 0 90 90
SBC BHN 1990354 967 n 0 0 90
SBC BHZ 1990354 968 n 0 0 0
SBC EDO 1990354 969 n 0 0 90
SBC ELE 1990354 970 n 0 90 90
SBC ELN 1990354 971 n 0 0 90
SBC ELZ 1990354 972 n 0 0 0
SBC LDO 1990354 973 n 0 0 90
SBC LEB 1990354 974 n 0 0 90
SBC LHE 1990354 975 n 0 90 90
SBC LHN 1990354 976 n 0 0 90
SBC LHZ 1990354 977 n 0 0 0
SBC LKI 1990354 978 n 0 0 90
SBC UHE 1990354 979 n 0 90 90
SBC UHN 1990354 980 n 0 0 90
SBC UHZ 1990354 981 n 0 0 0
SBC UME 1990354 982 n 0 90 90
SBC UMN 1990354 983 n 0 0 90
SBC UMZ 1990354 984 n 0 0 0
SBC VHE 1990354 985 n 0 90 90
SBC VHN 1990354 986 n 0 0 90
SBC VHZ 1990354 987 n 0 0 0
SCFS HHE 1994018 988 1994064 n -0 81 90
SCFS HHN 1994018 989 1994064 n -0 351 90
SCFS HHZ 1994018 990 1994064 n -0 0 0
SCFS HLE 1994018 991 1994021 n -0 81 90
SCFS HLN 1994018 992 1994021 n -0 351 90
SCFS HLZ 1994018 993 1994021 n -0 0 0
SFMI EHE 1994017 994 1994061 n -0 90 90
SFMI EHN 1994017 995 1994061 n -0 0 90
SFMI EHZ 1994017 996 1994061 n -0 0 0
SFMI ELE 1994017 997 1994061 n -0 270 90
SFMI ELN 1994017 998 1994061 n -0 180 90
SFMI ELZ 1994017 999 1994061 n -0 0 180
SFPW ELE 1994017 1000 1994052 n -0 90 90
SFPW ELN 1994017 1001 1994052 n -0 0 90
SFPW ELZ 1994017 1002 1994052 n -0 0 0
SFPW HLE 1994017 1003 1994052 n -0 90 90
SFPW HLN 1994017 1004 1994052 n -0 0 90
SFPW HLZ 1994017 1005 1994052 n -0 0 0
SFYP EHE 1994020 1006 1994040 n -0 90 90
SFYP EHN 1994020 1007 1994040 n -0 0 90
SFYP EHZ 1994020 1008 1994040 n -0 0 0
SFYP ELE 1994020 1009 1994040 n -0 270 90
SFYP ELN 1994020 1010 1994040 n -0 180 90
SFYP ELZ 1994020 1011 1994040 n -0 0 180
SHR ELE 1994023 1012 1994070 n -0 90 90
SHR ELN 1994023 1013 1994070 n -0 0 90
SHR ELZ 1994023 1014 1994070 n -0 0 0
SHS ELE 1994023 1015 1994070 n -0 90 90
SHS ELN 1994023 1016 1994070 n -0 0 90
SHS ELZ 1994023 1017 1994070 n -0 0 0
SMC ELE 1994023 1018 1994070 n -0 90 90
SMC ELN 1994023 1019 1994070 n -0 0 90
SMC ELZ 1994023 1020 1994070 n -0 0 0
SMF ELE 1994017 1021 1994080 n -0 90 90
SMF ELN 1994017 1022 1994080 n -0 0 90
SMF ELZ 1994017 1023 1994080 n -0 0 0
SMGC EHE 1994023 1024 1994036 n -0 90 90
SMGC EHN 1994023 1025 1994036 n -0 0 90
SMGC EHZ 1994023 1026 1994036 n -0 0 0
SMGC ELE 1994023 1027 1994036 n -0 90 90
SMGC ELN 1994023 1028 1994036 n -0 0 90
SMGC ELZ 1994023 1029 1994036 n -0 0 0
SMIP EHE 1994020 1030 1994055 n -0 90 90
SMIP EHN 1994020 1031 1994055 n -0 0 90
SMIP EHZ 1994020 1032 1994055 n -0 0 180
SMIP ELE 1994020 1033 1994055 n -0 90 90
SMIP ELN 1994020 1034 1994055 n -0 0 90
SMIP ELZ 1994020 1035 1994055 n -0 0 180
SMS ELE 1994023 1036 1994070 n -0 90 90
SMS ELN 1994023 1037 1994070 n -0 0 90
SMS ELZ 1994023 1038 1994070 n -0 0 0
SRY ELE 1994023 1039 1994070 n -0 90 90
SRY ELN 1994023 1040 1994070 n -0 0 90
SRY ELZ 1994023 1041 1994070 n -0 0 0
SSAP EHE 1994028 1042 1994066 n -0 90 90
SSAP EHN 1994028 1043 1994066 n -0 0 90
SSAP EHZ 1994028 1044 1994066 n -0 0 0
SSAP ELE 1994028 1045 1994066 n -0 90 90
SSAP ELN 1994028 1046 1994066 n -0 0 90
SSAP ELZ 1994028 1047 1994066 n -0 0 0
SSC ELE 1994023 1048 1994070 n -0 90 90
SSC ELN 1994023 1049 1994070 n -0 0 90
SSC ELZ 1994023 1050 1994070 n -0 0 0
SVD BHE 1991142 1051 n 0 90 90
SVD BHN 1991142 1052 n 0 0 90
SVD BHZ 1991142 1053 n 0 0 0
SVD EDO 1991142 1054 n 0 0 90
SVD ELE 1991142 1055 n 0 90 90
SVD ELN 1991142 1056 n 0 0 90
SVD ELZ 1991142 1057 n 0 0 0
SVD HHE 1991142 1058 n 0 90 90
SVD HHN 1991142 1059 n 0 0 90
SVD HHZ 1991142 1060 n 0 0 0
SVD LDO 1991142 1061 n 0 0 90
SVD LHE 1991142 1062 n 0 90 90
SVD LHN 1991142 1063 n 0 0 90
SVD LHZ 1991142 1064 n 0 0 0
SVD LKI 1991142 1065 n 0 0 90
SVD UHE 1991142 1066 n 0 90 90
SVD UHN 1991142 1067 n 0 0 90
SVD UHZ 1991142 1068 n 0 0 0
SVD VHE 1991142 1069 n 0 90 90
SVD VHN 1991142 1070 n 0 0 90
SYL ELE 1994017 1071 1994080 n -0 90 90
SYL ELN 1994017 1072 1994080 n -0 0 90
SYL ELZ 1994017 1073 1994080 n -0 0 0
TAG ELE 1994023 1074 1994070 n -0 90 90
TAG ELN 1994023 1075 1994070 n -0 0 90
TAG ELZ 1994023 1076 1994070 n -0 0 0
TNVC HHE 1994019 1077 1994064 n -0 99 90
TNVC HHN 1994019 1078 1994064 n -0 9 90
TNVC HHZ 1994019 1079 1994064 n -0 0 0
TNVC HLE 1994019 1080 1994064 n -0 99 90
TNVC HLN 1994019 1081 1994064 n -0 9 90
TNVC HLZ 1994019 1082 1994064 n -0 0 0
TRM ELE 1994023 1083 1994070 n -0 90 90
TRM ELN 1994023 1084 1994070 n -0 0 90
TRM ELZ 1994023 1085 1994070 n -0 0 0
USC BHE 1993090 1086 n 0 90 90
USC BHN 1993090 1087 n 0 0 90
USC BHZ 1993090 1088 n 0 0 0
USC BLE 1993090 1089 n 0 90 90
USC BLN 1993090 1090 n 0 0 90
USC BLZ 1993090 1091 n 0 0 0
USC HHE 1993090 1092 n 0 90 90
USC HHN 1993090 1093 n 0 0 90
USC HHZ 1993090 1094 n 0 0 0
USC HLE 1993090 1095 n 0 90 90
USC HLN 1993090 1096 n 0 0 90
USC HLZ 1993090 1097 n 0 0 0
USC LHE 1993090 1098 n 0 90 90
USC LHN 1993090 1099 n 0 0 90
USC LHZ 1993090 1100 n 0 0 0
USC LLE 1993090 1101 n 0 90 90
USC LLN 1993090 1102 n 0 0 90
USC LLZ 1993090 1103 n 0 0 0
USC UHE 1993090 1104 n 0 90 90
USC UHN 1993090 1105 n 0 0 90
USC UHZ 1993090 1106 n 0 0 0
USC VHE 1993090 1107 n 0 90 90
USC VHN 1993090 1108 n 0 0 90
USC VHZ 1993090 1109 n 0 0 0
VAN ELE 1994023 1110 1994070 n -0 90 90
VAN ELN 1994023 1111 1994070 n -0 0 90
VAN ELZ 1994023 1112 1994070 n -0 0 0
VANA EHE 1994040 1113 1994052 n -0 90 90
VANA EHE 1994055 1114 1994061 n -0 90 90
VANA EHN 1994040 1115 1994052 n -0 0 90
VANA EHN 1994055 1116 1994061 n -0 0 90
VANA EHZ 1994040 1117 1994052 n -0 0 0
VANA EHZ 1994055 1118 1994061 n -0 0 0
VANA ELE 1994040 1119 1994052 n -0 90 90
VANA ELE 1994055 1120 1994061 n -0 90 90
VANA ELN 1994040 1121 1994052 n -0 0 90
VANA ELN 1994055 1122 1994061 n -0 0 90
VANA ELZ 1994040 1123 1994052 n -0 0 0
VANA ELZ 1994055 1124 1994061 n -0 0 0
VRD ELE 1994017 1125 1994080 n -0 90 90
VRD ELN 1994017 1126 1994080 n -0 0 90
VRD ELZ 1994017 1127 1994080 n -0 0 0
VTV BHE 1993106 1128 n 0 90 90
VTV BHN 1993106 1129 n 0 0 90
VTV BHZ 1993106 1130 n 0 0 0
VTV BLE 1993106 1131 n 0 90 90
VTV BLN 1993106 1132 n 0 0 90
VTV BLZ 1993106 1133 n 0 0 0
VTV HHE 1993106 1134 n 0 90 90
VTV HHN 1993106 1135 n 0 0 90
VTV HHZ 1993106 1136 n 0 0 0
VTV HLE 1993106 1137 n 0 90 90
VTV HLN 1993106 1138 n 0 0 90
VTV HLZ 1993106 1139 n 0 0 0
VTV LHE 1993106 1140 n 0 90 90
VTV LHN 1993106 1141 n 0 0 90
VTV LHZ 1993106 1142 n 0 0 0
VTV LLE 1993106 1143 n 0 90 90
VTV LLN 1993106 1144 n 0 0 90
VTV LLZ 1993106 1145 n 0 0 0
VTV UHE 1993106 1146 n 0 90 90
VTV UHN 1993106 1147 n 0 0 90
VTV UHZ 1993106 1148 n 0 0 0
VTV VHE 1993106 1149 n 0 90 90
VTV VHN 1993106 1150 n 0 0 90
VTV VHZ 1993106 1151 n 0 0 0
WVES HHE 1994019 1152 1994025 n -0 90 90
WVES HHN 1994019 1153 1994025 n -0 0 90
WVES HHZ 1994019 1154 1994025 n -0 0 0
WVN ELE 1994023 1155 1994070 n -0 90 90
WVN ELN 1994023 1156 1994070 n -0 0 90
WVN ELZ 1994023 1157 1994070 n -0 0 0
WVS ELE 1994021 1158 1994070 n -0 90 90
WVS ELN 1994021 1159 1994070 n -0 0 90
WVS ELZ 1994021 1160 1994070 n -0 0 0
YOL ELE 1994023 1161 1994070 n -0 90 90
YOL ELN 1994023 1162 1994070 n -0 0 90
YOL ELZ 1994023 1163 1994070 n -0 0 0
YOLY EHE 1994040 1164 1994052 n -0 90 90
YOLY EHN 1994040 1165 1994052 n -0 0 90
YOLY EHZ 1994040 1166 1994052 n -0 0 0
YOLY ELE 1994040 1167 1994052 n -0 90 90
YOLY ELN 1994040 1168 1994052 n -0 0 90
YOLY ELZ 1994040 1169 1994052 n -0 0 0
YOLZ EHE 1994040 1170 1994052 n -0 90 90
YOLZ EHN 1994040 1171 1994052 n -0 0 90
YOLZ EHZ 1994040 1172 1994052 n -0 0 0
YOLZ ELE 1994040 1173 1994052 n -0 90 90
YOLZ ELN 1994040 1174 1994052 n -0 0 90
YOLZ ELZ 1994040 1175 1994052 n -0 0 0

Total: 755

Selected References

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