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AIR DATE: April 26, 2006

There isn't usually a great deal of seismic activity going on in Mohave County, Arizona. But, all you have to do is look at the summit of Hualapai Peak near Kingman to see that the earth does move. The rocks jutting out at the top are identical to some of the oldest rocks found at the bottom of the Grand Canyon; slowly separated over more than a million years by more than seven thousand feet. It seems fitting then, that Hualapai Mountain Park has been chosen by the National Science Foundation to be home to a seismic monitoring station. Gillian Ferris Kohl has this report.
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