• In recent years high pressure fluid injection into rock has become a common process in a number of applications resulting in the potential for triggered seismic events. As such, induced seismicity monitoring is essential in order to understand and limit the hazards of such processes. Seismic networks for induced seismicity monitoring are sometimes mandated to be installed to detect and locate events. In some cases protocols require that operations be stopped or other procedures be followed if events larger than a specified magnitude occur within a specified volume. This sort of protocol is often called a “traffic light”.