## Custom Search

*To reduce render time, queries have the following limits.

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XML/RSS | 1000 |

Map | 10000 |

CSV | 10000 |

HTML | No limit |

### Magnitude

### (Origin) Time

### Coordinates

### Depth

Depth within the Earth where an earthquake rupture initiated. PNSN reports depths relative to sea level, so the elevation of the ground above sea level at the location of the epicenter must be added to estimate the depth beneath the Earth's surface.

### Number of Phases

### RMS Misfit

How well the given earthquake location predicts the observed phase arrivals (in seconds). Smaller misfits mean more precise locations. The best locations have RMS Misfits smaller than 0.1 seconds.

### Azimuthal Gap

A measure of how well network seismic stations surround the earthquake. Measured from the epicenter (in degrees), the largest azimuthal gap between azimuthally adjacent stations. The smaller this number, the more reliable the calculated horizontal position of the earthquake.