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1. MOIST - Multidisciplinary Oceanic Information SysTem [ingv-moist]
MOIST is a data management system for multi-parametric observatories focused on standards, open accessibility and web services. This web interface allows to discover, visualize and download the metadata ...


2. A data-based model to locate mass movements triggered by seismic events in Sichuan, China [UFPR_DHS_model_mass_movements_seismic]
Earthquakes affect the entire world and have catastrophic consequences. On May 12, 2008, an earthquake of magnitude 7.9 on the Richter scale occurred in the Wenchuan area of Sichuan province in China. ...


3. 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 ...


4. Repeat Orbit Interferometry Package [ROI_PAC]
ROI_PAC V2.2, a Repeat Orbit Interferometry Package that allows researchers in the area of topography and surface change to apply Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) methods, ...


5. 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 ...


6. Teaching Quantitative Skills in the Geosciences [SERC-TQS]
Teaching Quantitative Skills in the Geosciences Quantitative skills are an essential tool for both the geoscientist and the citizen. Helping students master skills ranging from ...


7. Exploring Earth Hazards [USGS_Earth_Hazards]   PARENT METADATA
Understanding the mechanisms of natural events, such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, and floods, is important for the United States and the world at large. Natural disasters ...


8. American Red Cross: Disaster Services [red_cross-disasters]   CHILD METADATA
American Red Cross responds immediately to more than 67,000 disasters, including house or apartment fires (the majority of disaster responses), hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, hazardous ...


9. San Francisco Bay Area 3-D Velocity Model [USGS_BAVM]
Overview of the 3-D Velocity Model The USGS is developing a 3-D seismic velocity model for the San Francisco Bay Area primarily for the calculation of realistic strong-ground-motion synthetic seismograms ...


10. 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 ...


11. 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 ...


12. 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 ...


13. 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. ...


14. MARGINS [MARGINS]
Continental margins are the Earth's principal loci for producing hydrocarbon and metal resources, for earthquake, landslide, volcanic and climatic hazards, and for the greatest population density. ...


15. 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) ...


16. 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. ...


17. HAZPAC: An Interactive Map of the Pacific Basin: People, Infrastructure, Natural Hazards [HazPac]
(Adapted from CTR's homepage) HazPac, GIS map database: Geographic Information System (GIS) maps that allow visualization of Pacific Rim geohazards, demographics, infrastructure and economics. HazPac ...


18. 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, ...


19. Project Impact: Online Hazard Mapping Tool [01-Hazmap-Tools-00]
Through the Project Impact initiative, FEMA and ESRI have formed a National Partnership in part aimed at providing multi-hazard maps and information to U.S. residents, business owners, schools, community ...


20. Geosoft eXecutables (GX’s) Developed by the U.S. Geological Survey, Version 2.0, with Notes on GX Development from Fortran Code [USGS_OFR_2007_1355]
Geosoft executables (GX’s) are custom software modules for use with the Geosoft Oasis montaj™ geophysical data processing system, which currently runs under the Microsoft Windows™ 2000 or XP operating ...


21. USGS Global GIS [USGS_Global_GIS]
The Global GIS Tool is a modified version of ArcView GIS, ArcView DataPublisher. ArcView DataPublisher is a free limited version of ArcView GIS which will work only with the Global GIS datasets. ...


22. NSF OpenTopography Facility [opentopo]
OpenTopography facilitates community access to high-resolution, Earth science-oriented, topography data, and related tools and resources. The mission of the OpenTopography Facility is to: - Democratize ...


23. 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 ...


24. The Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami Lab [Sumatra_Lab]
In this lab you'll study seismograms from 3 different seismic stations recording the magnitude 9.0 Sumatra earthquake of December 26th, 2004. By comparing the arrival times of the P and S waves on ...


25. 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 ...


26. Virtual Earthquake - Geology Labs On-line [Virtual_Earthquake-00]   PARENT METADATA
Virtual Earthquake is an interactive tutorial that helps students understand how the epicenters of earthquakes are located from seismograms and how their Richter magnitudes are determined. (This is ...


27. 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 ...


28. 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 ...


29. 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. ...


30. A Spectral Element Method for 2D Wave Propagation and Fracture Dynamics [SEM2DPACK]
SEM2DPACK is a 2D Spectral Element Method for seismic wave propagation and earthquake dynamics. Ideal for realistic 2D models (e.g. sedimentary basins, non-planar faults, heterogeneous or non-linear ...


31. 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 ...


32. 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 ...


33. 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 ...


34. 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 ...


35. 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 ...


36. A Graphical User Interface for Interactive Forward and Inversion Ray-Tracing [USGS_RayGUI]
RayGUI is graphical user interface (GUI) to the seismic travel-time modeling program of Zelt and Smith (1992), has been released. RayGUI 2.0 represents a significant improvement over the previous ...


37. 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 ...


38. 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 ...


39. 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 ...


40. Global Geodynamic Project Information System and Data Center [GGP-ISDC]
The Global Geodynamic Project Information System and Data Center provides catalog and data access services of superconducting gravimeter data, and associated environmental data related to the GGP.


41. Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis Tutorial [PSHA]
The goal of probabilistic seismic hazard analysis (PSHA) is to quantify the rate (or probability) of exceeding various ground-motion levels at a site (or a map of sites) given all possible earthquakes. ...


42. 3D Visualization of Earthquake Focal Mechanisms Using ArcScene [USGS_DS_2007_241]
The USGS created a new tool, 3D Focal Mechanisms (3DFM), for viewing earthquake focal mechanism symbols three dimensionally. This tool operates within the Environmental Systems Research Institute ...


43. 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 ...


44. 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 ...


45. 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 ...


46. 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 ...


47. USGS National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC): Earthquake Notification Services [NEIC-Subscrip-00]
(Adapted from NEIC Earthquake Notification Services web page) The United States Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center (USGS/NEIC) offers products and services related to earthquakes ...


48. Seismic Hazards of the US [Seismic_Hazard_USGS]
The hazard maps depict probabilistic ground motions and spectral response with 10%, 5%, and 2% probabilities of exceedance (PE) in 50 years. These maps correspond to return times of approximately ...


49. 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 ...


50. National Geographic: Forces of Nature [NG_Forces_Nature]
FORCES OF NATURE: National Geographic, Create your own virtual volcano, earthquake, hurricane, or tornado on this website. Control the the factors that influence location and intensity.


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