Between 9 September 2013 and 22 January 2015, more than 900 seismic events in local magnitude (ML) range 1–4 were detected and located in near‐real time by the new TransAlta/Nanometrics network in western Alberta, which commenced operation in the fall of 2013. The network comprises 27 three‐component broadband seismograph stations, located as shown in Figure 1, which act in cooperation with other real‐time seismograph stations operated by the Alberta Geological Survey (AGS) (Stern et al., 2011) and the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC). There are additional campaign‐mode stations in the Canadian Rockies and...

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