Trench Transform Ridge
|Origin date/time (UTC)||Mag||Region||.sac data file||Seismogram images|
|01/11/17 19:59.22||2.6||Tarbert,Argyll and Bute|
|04/08/17 14:43.39||3.8||Moidart, West Highland|
|02/06/17 20:08.46||2.0||Spean Bridge,Highland|
|18/02/17 01:36.52||1.7||Cairndow,Argyll and Bute|
|03/01/17 17:52.24||3.8||Southern North Sea|
|04/10/15 02:22.54||1.1||Tarbert,Argyll and Bute||No files.||No files.|
|22/05/15 01:52.15||4.0||2km W of Ramsgate, United Kingdom|
|28/01/15 22:25.52||3.8||0km Wsw of Cottesmore, United Kingdom|
|11/07/14 11:54.30||3.9||32km Wsw of Saint Helier, Jersey|
|18/04/14 06:50.51||3.5||1km Nw of Ashwell, United Kingdom|
|20/02/14 13:21.30||4.1||17km Nnw of Ilfracombe, United Kingdom|
|25/08/13 09:58.35||3.2||Irish Sea|
|25/08/13 05:37.48||2.4||Irish Sea|
|26/06/13 22:28.01||2.8||Lleyn Peninsula|
|23/06/13 12:08.07||1.8||Firth of Lorn,Highland|
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