|Earthquakes Around The World|
|A1||California, Mexico, Hawaii, Madagascar, Kern County|
|A2||Original Motion San Clemente|
|A3||Recitation Including Unedited Kern County Aftershocks|
|Ionospheric Disturbances (Ionospheric Swishes, Whistlers, Tweeks, Etc., The Dawn Chorus)|
|B1.1||Intro: Dawn Chorus With Whistlers|
|B1.5||Rising Whistle, Swish|
|B1.6||Wandering Whistle Same Speed; Half Speed|
|B1.8||Pop, Same Speed; Half Speed|
|B4.2||Half Speed Ascending Whistles Of (13)|
|B5||Half Speed Swish|
Side A recorded at Pasadena.
Shocks in order of occurence on Side A: 1. San Clemente Island (Off California Coast), December 26, 1951; tape speed x750; magnitude 5.75*; 2. Aftershocks Of Destructive Arvin-Tehachapi Earthquake, Kern Co., California (Bakersfield, Et Al.), July 21, 1952; magnitude 7.75*; speed x750; 3. Epicenter Indian Ocean About 900 Miles S.E. Madagascar, December 8, 1951; magnitude 7.75*; speed x750; 4. Small California Quake With Three Aftershocks, June 25, 1951; magnitude 4.6*; speed x750, x375, x187; 5. Oxaca, Mexico, December 12, 1951; magnitude 7*; speed x750; 6. 1 Repeated; 7. Hawaii, August 21, 1951; magnitude 6.75*; x750; 8. 1 and 7 x750; 9. 1, 7 and 3 x750; 10. 1, 7 and 3) x375.
The number 13 in the title of track B4.2 refers to track B4.1.