Acknowledgements & References
I realize this is untraditional, but I'd like to give a huge thank you to my co-author Doug Rogers for allowing me to do this work for RWG. It's been a dream getting to indulge the teacher in me and share my passion for all things earthquake! You've been a pleasure to work with and I thank you for all your encouragement and the generous creative freedom you've given me.

I need to give another huge thank you to Joe Roubal for putting in a great deal of work to get this project done. Joe is the master behind the scenes who created the earthquake map overlays for me. Thank you Joe!

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