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Subject: Re: Fwd: Earth Science Student- Looking for A Siesmic Station
From: "Robert W. Avakian" ravakian@............
Date: Tue, 04 Jan 2000 23:39:27 -0600

But where is he located?  His best bet for a real time visit is a
college or University, but without knowing where he is located, that's
hard to recommend.

Bob Avakian

?Bill Scolnik wrote:
> I received this today and I'm afraid I can't  help him. Can anyone here help
> him with some
> photographs, etc?
> >From: BlueRoxy26@.......
> >Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2000 18:39:59 EST
> >Subject: Earth Science Student- Looking for A Siesmic Station
> >To: wls@.........
> >X-Mailer: AOL 4.0 for Windows 95 sub 26
> >
> >Dear Mr. Scolnic,
> >
> >       Hello, wy name is Whitney and I am a ninth grade, Earth Science
> >Student at a Catholic High School.  I am doing a Science Fair Project for my
> >2nd semester project, it has to do with seismographs.  My teacher, Bro. Nigel
> >Pratt, said that I should visit a seismic station.  When I looked seismic
> >stations on-line the closest one I found was this one in Oakland, NJ.  If you
> >could send me some information on this seismic station, and many pictures of
> >it, I would be very greatful!  Thank you for your time.
> >
> >P.S.- The project is due on January 14, so the sooner you respond the happier
> >I'll be thank you so much!
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