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1. ShakeCast - An Application for Automating ShakeMap Delivery to Critical Users and Facilitating Notification of Shaking Levels [USGS_ShakeCast]
ShakeCast is a freely available, post-earthquake situational awareness application that automatically retrieves earthquake shaking data from ShakeMap, compares intensity measures against users' facilities, ...

2. Elastic Forward Fault Model [quakesim_effm]   PARENT SERF
The Elastic Forward Fault Model computes surface deformations for a point source or finite source using Okada's method (Okada, Yoshimitsu, Surface Deformation Due To Shear and Tensile Faults in a ...

3. Moment Magnitude Calculator [moment_magnitude_calculator]   PARENT SERF
The Moment Magnitude Calculator calculates the moment magnitude. Moment magnitude provides the magnitude of an earthquake that corresponds roughly to the older Richter scale. Moment magnitude relates ...

4. QuakeSim Tool for Generating a KML Movie of Earthquakes [kml_movie_earthquakes]   PARENT SERF
The QuakeSim Tool for Generating a KML Movie of Earthquakes allows users to click on the map to select your region of interest, then click "Fetch ANSS Catalog". This process then generates a KML. ...

5. IRIS Seismic Monitor [IRIS_Seismic]
The Seismic Monitor allows you to monitor global earthquakes in near real-time, visit seismic stations around the world, and search the web for earthquake or region-related information. You can also ...

6. BISPEC - Program for Computing Linear and Nonlinear Spectra of Earthquake Records [BISPEC]
BISPEC is a user-friendly program that computes Linear and Nonlinear spectra of earthquake records. Bispec makes it extremely easy to compute constant-ductility spectra and constant-strength spectra, ...

7. GEO's Tohoku-oki Event Supersite Website [GEO_SUPERSITE_SENDAI]
The GEO Geohazards Supersite website pages include preliminary results contributed by researchers. The copyright of these results remains with the contributors. Any reuse of the material posted requires ...

8. Japan Incident Map [ESRI_JAPAN_INCIDENT]
On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit off the Oshika Peninsula of Japan. This is the largest earthquake to hit Japan in recorded history and one of the largest in the world since records ...

9. Japan Sendai Earthquake Data Portal [Harvard_Japan_Sendai_Portal]
In response to the 8.9 magnitude earthquake, which struck offshore Sendai, Japan on Mar 11th 2011, the Harvard Center for Geographic Analysis has launched a web portal. If you have data to share, ...

10. Multi Surface Light Table [MSLT]
Multi Surface Light Table (MSLT) is an interactive software tool for viewing faults under terrain. MSLT was developed in support of the QuakeSim project, which has created an earthquake-fault database ...

11. TriNet: The Seismic System for Southern California [TRINET]
TriNet is a five-year collaborative project to create a better, more effective real-time earthquake information system for Southern California. TriNet will incorporate new technologies ...

12. Earthquake Risk Model (EQRM) [EQRM]
Earthquake Risk Model (EQRM) is capable of earthquake scenario ground motion and scenario loss modeling as well as probabilistic seismic hazard (PSHA) and risk (PSRA) modeling. It is a product of ...

13. Seismic Tool Kit [STK]
STK (Seismic Tool Kit) is a tool for seismic signal processing in graphical interface: various filters, spectral analysis, polarisation, time-frequency, Hilbert transform, instrumental response...etc. ...

14. Event-Based Science on the Web - Earthquake! [02-E.B.S.P-Earthquake-01]   PARENT SERF
Earthquake! is an Event-Based Science module about dynamic forces that help to shape the surface of Earth. It uses the 1989 World Series earthquake to establish the context for learning about earthquakes ...

15. Event-Based Science on the Web [01-Event-Based_Sci_Prjt-01]   CHILD SERFs
Event-Based Science is a new way to teach science at the middle school level. Newsworthy events establish the relevance of science topics; authentic tasks create the need-to-know more about those ...

16. Hawaii HAZUS Atlas [PDC_HHA]
Earthquakes pose a significant risk to an estimated 75 million Americans living in 39 States. The Pacific Disaster Center strives to reduce disaster risk and impacts on human lives and property. To ...

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