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SCEC Proposals, By-Laws, & Reports

The Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) was created as a Science and Technology Center (STC) on February 1, 1991, with joint funding by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS). SCEC graduated from the STC Program in 2002, and was funded as a stand-alone center under cooperative agreements with both agencies in three consecutive phases, SCEC2 (1 Feb 2002 to 31 Jan 2007), SCEC3 (1 Feb 2007 to 31 Jan 2012), and SCEC4 (1 Feb 2012 to 31 Jan 2017). The By-Laws of the Center are adopted by the Board of Directors for the purpose of conducting SCEC business.

Duration Proposals & By-Laws Annual & Final Reports
1 Feb 1991 - 31 Jan 2002 SCEC: Science and Technology Center
SCEC: Science and Technology Center Renewal I
SCEC: Science and Technology Center Renewal II
SCEC NSF STC Final Report
A History of SCEC*
1 Feb 2002 - 31 Jan 2007 SCEC2: Southern California Earthquake Center
SCEC2 Supplement: Science Plan
2002 Annual Report
2003 Annual Report
2004 Annual Report
2005 Annual Report
2006 SCEC2 Final Report
1 Feb 2007 - 31 Jan 2012 SCEC3: Southern California Earthquake Center
SCEC3 By-Laws
2007 Annual Report
2008 Annual Report
2009 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report
2012 SCEC3 Final Report
1 Feb 2012 - 31 Jan 2017 SCEC4: Tracking Earthquake Cascades
SCEC4 By-Laws (effective February 2012)
SCEC4 By-Laws (effective September 2014)
2012 Annual Report
2013 Annual Report
2014 Annual Report
2015 Annual Report
2018 SCEC4 Final Report
1 Feb 2017 - 31 Jan 2022 SCEC5: Research Program in Earthquake System Science
SCEC5 By-Laws (effective February 2017)
SCEC5 By-Laws (effective June 2018)
 

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