SCEC Highlights and News

Archive of SCEC highlights and news articles that may be of interest to the SCEC community.

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10/17/2021
The Salton Trough Collaboratory
Map of the Salton Trough, regional faults, Lake Cahuilla shoreline (as of 1725), and histo...
10/17/2021
The Walker Lane: A Potential Target for SCEC Studies?
Studies outside Southern California proper can further our understanding of aspects of the earthquake process that are t...
10/17/2021
There is Plenty of Room in the Fault Zone!
The internal structure of fault zones in the upper continental crust exhibits considerable complexity. Mature faults con...
10/17/2021
From the Directors: Rolling Forward in the Fall
SCEC NEWSLETTER In This Issue (October 2021) The Walker L...
10/11/2021
How Technology is Changing Seismic Retrofitting
The world is changing. A couple of decades ago, the only seismic retrofitting done on a building was to install steel br...
TMC
10/11/2021
MyShake App: Take Cover Before The Ground Shakes
Did you know there is an app on your phone that can alert you seconds before an earthquake hits giving you time to act? ...
MyShake
09/30/2021
Earthquake Retrofitting Los Angeles Homes: Is It Worth It?
Seismic retrofitting involves strengthening a structure to make it more resistant to earthquake shaking and damage. In m...
CRMP
09/17/2021
USGS Event Page: M4.3 Earthquake - 1km ESE of Carson, CA
2021-09-18 02:58:34 (UTC) 33.825°N 118.270°W 14.7 km depth ...
USGS
09/09/2021
Complex needs of earthquake survivors require continued specialised care
The greatest number of deaths and injuries from Haiti’s 14 August earthquake occurred in the country’s southernmost ...
ReliefWeb
09/09/2021
Hunger spikes in Haiti following deadly earthquake
Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere and has long been vulnerable on multiple fron...
United Nations