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Earthquake Links

 

 

Suggested Earthquake Links from the January 30,2005 lecture on Earthquakes by 
by   Val Chandler, PhD at the Minnesota Geological Survey.

National Earthquake Information Center *U S Geological Survey

http://neic.usgs.gov/

The grand-daddy of earthquake sites, lots of good surfing here.

 

Earthquake Hazards Program (U S Geological Survey)

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/

Good site for recent earthquakes and seismic hazard assessment.

 

The IRIS (Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology) Consortium

www.iris.edu

www.iris.edu/seismon  (for Seismic Monitor)

Good site for general information on earthquakes.  Seismic Monitor is well work a look.

 

Berkeley Seismological laboratory

http://seismo.berkeley.edu

Good for information on California earthquakes and earthquakes in general.

 

The Center for Earthquake Research and Information, the University of Memphis

www.ceri.memphis.edu

or

www.ceri.memphis.edu/usgs

Good sites for the NEW Madrid Earthquake zone

 

The Central United States Earthquake consortium

www.cusec.org

More of a government services site, but some general information on Midwestern earthquakes is available

 

Mid-American Earthquake Center

http://mae.cee.illinois.edu/

Focused on engineering aspects of earthquakes in the Midwest

 

Google Earth – a great site whether you are interested in earthquakes or not.

http://earth.google.com

One option on the free download software is an overlay of earthquake epicenters.

 

Minnesota Geological Survey

www.mngs.edu/mgs

For questions on Minnesota geology


EarthQuake Safety Guide

www.areavibes.com/library/earthquake-safety-guide/

 

Reviewing Earthquake Safety and Preparedness
http://safestars.org/reviewing-earthquake-safety/