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
The grand-daddy of earthquake sites, lots of good surfing here.
Earthquake Hazards Program (U S Geological Survey)
Good site for recent earthquakes and seismic hazard assessment.
The IRIS (Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology) Consortium
www.iris.edu/seismon (for Seismic Monitor)
Good site for general information on earthquakes. Seismic Monitor is well work a look.
Berkeley Seismological laboratory
Good for information on California earthquakes and earthquakes in general.
The Center for Earthquake Research and Information, the University of Memphis
Good sites for the NEW Madrid Earthquake zone
The Central United States Earthquake consortium
More of a government services site, but some general information on Midwestern earthquakes is available
Mid-American Earthquake Center
Focused on engineering aspects of earthquakes in the Midwest
Google Earth – a great site whether you are interested in earthquakes or not.
One option on the free download software is an overlay of earthquake epicenters.
Minnesota Geological Survey
For questions on Minnesota geology
EarthQuake Safety Guide
Reviewing Earthquake Safety and Preparedness