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Subject: Re: USGS seems to be one hour off
From: George Bush ke6pxp@.......
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 12:02:36 -0700

I don't think so, it is the UTC from USGS that is wrong, not local 

At 01:26 PM 10/31/2007 -0500, you wrote: 


I've heard some people saying that their electronic devices (DVD player,
VCR's & Etc.)have already done the "Fall Back" thing which is later this
year than previously.  Could that be you problem?






----- Original Message ----- 

From: <George Bush 

To: <psn-l@.............. 

Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 1:16 PM

Subject: USGS seems to be one hour off

In processing the 5.6 Ml quake from Alum Rock yesterday I noticed while

working in Winquake that the quake information download from USGS was

hour off. I had to go to the heading info and change the time from 04 UT

03 UT??? This is the information from

(N. Cal Events) that

Winquake uses. The main USGS web site has the correct time as does the

automatic email notices they send me of new quakes.

Could USGS REALLY be off one hour in the UT time listed? Or am I just

something wrong???



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