A seismic station near the John River in the Brooks Range north of Bettles during a trip in which technicians serviced it on July 19. 
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                                <span class="neFMT neFMT_PhotoCredit">Courtesy Photo </span>
                                <span class="neFMT neFMT_PhotoCredit">| <strong>Max Enders</strong></span>

A seismic station near the John River in the Brooks Range north of Bettles during a trip in which technicians serviced it on July 19. ^ Courtesy Photo | Max Enders

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280 seismic stations silently do their jobs.

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