The Inverness Public Utility District is participating in a seismic monitoring program sponsored by the United States Geological Survey, the district announced last week. During earthquakes, a small seismograph the size of a shoebox bolted to the floor in a storage closet at district headquarters will send seismic data through a wireless Internet signal to the survey. The data . . .

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