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Automatic monitoring of regional seismic events Open in a new browser window
   Technical paper describing an approach to automatic, real-time monitoring of regional seismic events, based on the theory of pulse propagation in a randomly stratified medium with waveguides.
   http://web.ift.uib.no/~antonych/IRIS.html
Center for Earthquake Research and Information Open in a new browser window
   University of Memphis (Tennessee). Includes technical information and recent earthquakes data, public awareness and resources for teachers and kids, and ongoing research projects and publications.
   http://www.ceri.memphis.edu/
DL Research - Earthquake Project Open in a new browser window
   Brings together and analyzes earthquake data and trends, both historical and present-day. Displays statistical graphs by number of earthquakes, magnitude, and geographic position.
   http://www.dlindquist.com/quake/
Earthquake Advisor Open in a new browser window
   Broad range of information regarding earthquakes, safety, history, and earthquake related products and services.
   http://earthquakeadvisor.com/
Earthquake Information from the USGS Open in a new browser window
   Gateway to US Geological Survey web resources on earthquakes, including information on recent quakes, earthquake preparedness, building seismically resistant structures, and current research topics.
   http://earthquake.usgs.gov/
Greater Vancouver Regional District: Earthquake Hazard Analysis Open in a new browser window
   By doing several types of analyses, undergraduate students created a final map which shows the areas in or near Vancouver, British Columbia which have the highest degree of danger during a major earthquake.
   http://www.geog.ubc.ca/courses/geog376/students/class05/pgbond/
How to Build an Inexpensive Seismometer Open in a new browser window
   Detailed instructions, including diagrams, description of components, setup and synchronization.
   http://www.infiltec.com/seismo/
Indian Society of Earthquake Technology Open in a new browser window
   Society goals are promotion of research, scientist forum, dissemination of knowledge, and to honour contributions on the area of earthquake technology.
   http://www.iitr.ac.in/departments/EQ/iset.htm
Indiana Geological Survey - Earthquakes in Indiana Open in a new browser window
   Peruse the causes of Indiana earthquakes. Describes the aftermath of the strongest earthquakes occurred and the preparation to reduce its effects.
   http://igs.indiana.edu/geology/earthquakes/eqInIndiana/index.cfm
Internet for Civil Engineers Open in a new browser window
   Selection of web sites and articles about the aftermath and damage produced by world's earthquakes.
   http://www.icivilengineer.com/Earthquake_Engineering/Earthquake_Damages/
Ministry of Energy & Mines - Earthquakes in British Columbia Open in a new browser window
   Find the causes, effects of the earthquakes in British Columbia. Includes photos of the aftermath from the 1946-earthquake and describes the ways to measure earthquakes.
   http://www.em.gov.bc.ca/Mining/Geolsurv/Surficial/quake/
Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Open in a new browser window
   At State University of New York, Buffalo. Website provides access to extensive information on earthquakes, earthquake loss prevention, and engineering and economic aspects of recent earthquakes.
   http://mceer.buffalo.edu/
Queensland University Advanced Centre for Earthquake Studies (QUAKES) Open in a new browser window
   Research institute located in Brisbane, Australia. Includes information on earthquake simulation and forecasting.
   http://quakes.earth.uq.edu.au/
Seismological Laboratory at the University of Athens Open in a new browser window
   Information on seismicity, seismological news, research projects and activities.
   http://dggsl.geol.uoa.gr/images/e_set.html
Soil Liquefaction Open in a new browser window
   About this phenomenon that is responsible for much structural damage in earthquakes. Includes physical explanation, photos of past events, identifying liquefaction susceptible soils, and building resistant structures.
   http://www.ce.washington.edu/~liquefaction/html/main.html
Swiss Seismological Service Open in a new browser window
   Latest earthquake information, interactive map, catalogue of Swiss earthquakes, and a feedback forum.
   http://www.seismo.ethz.ch/
US Geological Survey - Earthquake Search Open in a new browser window
   This form allows you to select the necessary parameters to perform a circular area search for earthquakes.
   http://wwwneic.cr.usgs.gov/neis/epic/epic_circ.html

Last Updated: 2007-01-17 23:23:11