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The 1990s was a period of improved cooperation between the Central American countries, including the field of seismology. As part of the regional cooperation and data integration, two seismological databases for the region were established: (1) a database of all available earthquake focal mechanisms for the region, and (2) a database in which all data from national seismological observatories were integrated, leading to a published regional earthquake bulletin. These databases are potentially valuable for a wide range of analyses, albeit with some limitations. The objective of this paper is to attract attention to the existence of these databases and to...

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