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1. Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC) Map Client [CIESIN_SEDAC_MAP_CLIENT]
Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC) Map Client is a web-based mapping tool that allows flexible interaction with spatial data from CIESIN’s SEDAC and other sources. The map client may ...

2. HAZUS99, the Earthquake Loss Estimation Program [01-HAZUS-99]
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released the new HAZUS99, the natural hazard loss estimation methodology software program. HAZUS99 is used for earthquake-related mitigation, emergency ...

3. Project for Risk Evaluation, Vulnerability, Information and Early Warning Online Visualization Tool [PREVIEW_IMS]
The Project for Risk Evaluation, Vulnerability Indexing and Early Warning ( PREVIEW-IMS) tool allows users to visualize earthquakes, fires, floods, cyclones and tsunamis, in relation with other layers ...

4. HAZUS Risk Assessment Tool [HAZUS_RAT]
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has developed a companion software tool to HAZUS-MH called the HAZUS-MH Risk Assessment Tool (RAT) to help you produce your risk assessment outputs for ...

5. Geophysical Finite Element Simulation Tool (GeoFEST) [GEOFEST]
GeoFEST (Geophysical Finite Element Simulation Tool) is a two- and three-dimensional finite element software package for the modeling of solid stress and strain in geophysical and other continuum ...

6. LOS Profile Plotter [los_profile_plotter]   PARENT SERF
The LOS Profile Plotter plots line of site ground range changes for a user selected profile across a UAVSAR repeat pass interferometry product.

7. PARK [SERVO-PARK]
PARK is a boundary element program that determines the stress on every element of the fault surface due to slip on every other element, using a Green's function approach. For example, it can be used ...

8. Virtual California [SERVO-Virtual_CA]
Virtual California is software that utilizes the Monte Carlo method in order to generate simulated, realistic earthquakes on an arbitrary fault surface mesh. It uses topologically realistic networks ...

9. Earthquake Information Distribution System (EIDS) [USGS_EIDS]
The Earthquake Information Distribution System (EIDS) provides a method for receiving earthquake data over the Internet in near-real time. EIDS replaces the Quake Data Distribution System (QDDS) and ...

10. Slick Package - Stress Inversion from Slip Data [USGS_SLICK_PACKAGE]
The slick package uses fault slip data (either field observations or from focal mechanism) to find the stress tensor that best explains the observations. Inputs are the orientation and slip direction ...

11. Software for Slope Performance During an Earthquake [USGS_slope_perf]
The Slope Performance During an Earthquake software is designed to allow users to conduct Newmark sliding-block analysis and simplified decoupled analysis to estimate co-seismic slope displacements. ...

12. Earthquake Directivity Model [USGS_isodirect]
Isodirect1 is a MATLAB-language function for modeling seismic directivity at user-selected sites around a user-defined fault. Isodirect1.m implements the Spudich and Chiou (Earthquake Spectra, 2008) ...

13. VISCO1D - A Program Package to Calculate Quasi-Static Deformation on a Layered Spherical Earth [USGS_VISCO1D]
VISCO1D is a program package designed to describe the response of a spherically stratified elastic-viscoelastic medium to the stresses generated by an earthquake occurring in one of the elastic layers. ...

14. Ask-A-Geologist: a Virtual Help Desk [01-virtual_help-Geol-99]
Ask-A-Geologist is an online virtual help desk designed to provide answers to geologically based questions. Submitted questions are answered by one of several USGS employees, retirees, and contractors ...

15. A Short Guide to Seismic Hazards [HAZARD_GUIDE]
There are a number of methods that have been used to estimate seismic hazard. This text gives a quick guide as to how they work, with some comments as to their advantages and disadvantages. It concludes ...

16. British Geological Survey GeoRSS Feeds [BGS_georss]
GeoRSS feeds for UK and worldwide earthquake maps. GeoRSS feeds work as normal RSS feeds, but have additional location information embedded in each item. They can be incorporated into mashup-type ...

17. China Earthquake Geospatial Research Portal [CEGRP]
This portal has been established in response to the severe earthquake that struck Sichuan, China on May 12th 2008. Recognizing that the event has had tragic consequences for the people in the effected ...

18. HAZUS-MH Earthquake Model [HAZUS_MH_EARTHQUAKE]
The HAZUS-MH earthquake model estimates damage and loss to buildings, lifelines and essential facilities from scenario and probabilistic earthquakes, including: 1. Ground shaking and ground failure ...

19. IRIS Earthquake Browser [IRIS_BROWSER]
The IRIS Earthquake Browser (IEB) is an interactive map service for viewing Earthquake Epicenters superimposed on a map of the world. Data can be exported from the IEB and viewed in 3D with the GEON ...

20. Earthquake Catalogs [SeismiQuery]
This service exposes information about earthquakes including where they occurred, when they occurred and how large they were. Organizations that contribute this information to the IRIS DMC include ...

21. Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Calculation Software [USGS_HAZSOFT]
The Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Calculation Software was used to construct the 1996 National Seismic Hazard Maps. The USGS provides seismic hazard assessments for the U.S. and areas around the world. ...

22. Open Seismic Hazard Analysis [USGS_OPENSHA]
The Open Seismic Hazard Analysis is an effort to develop object-oriented, web and GUI-enabled, open-source, and freely available code for conducting Seismic Hazard Analyses (SHA). Our ...

23. Ground Motion Parameter Calculator [USGS_GMPC]
The Java Application includes hazard curves, uniform hazard response spectra, and design parameters for sites in the 50 states of the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Design ...

24. Coulomb 3: Graphic-Rich Deformation and Stress-Change Software [USGS_COULOMB]
Coulomb 3.0 is designed to investigate Coulomb stress changes on mapped faults and earthquake nodal planes, and is intended both for publication-directed research and for university teaching and instruction. ...

25. Earthquake Studies Interactive [NASA_JPL_EARTHQUAKE]
Earthquake Studies is a web-based interactive program that provides an overview of Earthquakes, showcases numerous quake studies, provides a background on JPL research, offers visualizations and computer ...

26. VolQuake - Computer Program Designed to Facilitate the Study of Seismicity Associated with Volcanic Activity [USGS_VolQuake]
VolQuake is a Microsoft Windows-based computer program designed to facilitate the study of seismicity associated with volcanic activity. This is accomplished by plotting earthquake locations on simplified ...

27. Wizmap II - Earthquake Data Analysis Program [WIZMAP_II]
Wizmap II is a program for investigating earthquake catalogues and macroseismic data sets. It is analogous to a GIS in its operation, except that as it just does seismicity data, it is rather easier ...

28. Earthquakes: The Quake Project [PSC_EARTHQUAKE]
Scientists used the PSC's T3E and now up to 3000 processors on our terascale system, Lemieux, for problem sizes up to 100 million elements, to investigate how soil composition affects ground motion ...

29. Comprehensive Areal Model of Earthquake Induced Landslides (CAMEL) [USGS_CAMEL]
This report describes the complete design of a comprehensive areal model of earthquake induced landslides (CAMEL). This report presents the design process, technical specification of CAMEL, and a ...

30. The Geoscience Interactive Data tool [01-GEOID-Web_Tools-01]
The Geoscience Interactive Data tool (GEOID) has been developed for advance students and research personnel, but it may be used by all interested. The tool allows access to all data sets currently ...

31. The Quick Earth Study Tool [01-QUEST-Web_Tools-01]
(Adapted from the QUEST home page.) The Quick Earth Study Tool (QUEST) is an interface to a variety of data sets that will allow you to explore the solid Earth. This tool reflects our idea that ...

32. HASH - Software for Computing Double-Couple Earthquake Focal Mechanisms [USGS_HASH]
HASH is a Fortran 77 code that computes double-couple earthquake focal mechanisms from P-wave first motion polarity observations, and optionally S/P amplitude ratios. HASH is designed to produce stable ...

33. HYPOINVERSE Earthquake Location Program [USGS_HYPOINVERSE]
HYPOINVERSE2000 determines earthquake locations and magnitudes from seismic network data like first-arrival P and S arrival times, amplitudes and coda durations. The present version HYPOINVERSE2000 ...

34. Quake Data Merge Real Time Merged Catalog (QDM) [USGS_QDM]
The Quake Data Merge Real Time Merged Catalog (QDM) software receives earthquake summary information and additional text from seismographic networks, eliminates duplicate and redundant information ...

35. USArray - A Continental-Scale Seismic Observatory [USArray]
Hundreds of earthquakes occur throughout the world every day. Most of these earthquakes are too small to be felt by people, but can be detected by seismometers. By analyzing the seismograms of these ...

36. PAGER: Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response [USGS_PAGER]
The Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) system provides estimates of the number of people and the names of cities exposed to severe shaking following significant earthquakes ...

37. the Global Earthquake Explorer (GEE) [IRIS_GEE]
The Global Earthquake Explorer (GEE) is an education and outreach tool for seismology that aims to make it easy for non-seismologists to retrieve, display and analyze seismic data. It makes use of ...

38. Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative [PDC_EMI]
The Pacific Disaster Center Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative (EMI) is a knowledge base to hare and understand disaster risk management sound practices and systems in place in many of the world's ...

39. Tsunami: The Great Wave [Tsunami_Great_Wave]
The series of web pages provides information on tsunamis. This site describes - what causes tsunamis - how tsunamis move - tsunami information - tsunami warning centers - what you should do "The ...

40. TeraShake: Large-Scale Simulations of Earthquakes On The Southern Andreas Fault [TeraShake]
In southern California, there is significant seismic hazard from a major earthquake on the San Andreas fault. The southern part of the fault has not seen a major event since 1690, and the accumulated ...

41. CyberShake: Calculating Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Curves Using 3D Seismic Waveform Modeling [CyberShake]
The purpose of the CyberShake Project is to calculate Probabilistic Seismic Hazard curves for several sites in the Los Angeles area. The hazard curves in this study will be generated using 3D ground ...

42. Rapid Earthquake Viewer (REV) [REV]
The Rapid Earthquake Viewer (REV) gives access to data from seismograph stations around the world. REV monitors the earth and posts information about recent earthquakes so you can see where they ...

43. The Next Big Earthquake in Alaska May Come Sooner Than You Think [EQ_Preparedness]
The Next Big Earthquake in Alaska May Come Sooner Than You Think is an informational site on earthquake safety and preparedness. Some of the topics covered include: - Earthquake safety do's and ...

44. Ask An Earth Scientist; a Geologically based Virtual Help Desk [02-virtual_help-geologist-99]
(Summary adapted from the Scout Report Signpost description) Provided by the Department of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Hawaii, this educational Website covers topics in and beyond ...

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