SCEC Highlights and News

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

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10/19/2019
Highlights from a Palm Springs Gathering
Each year, the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) gathers some 500 earthquake experts in the Southern Californ...
10/18/2019
Unprecedented Movement on Mojave Desert Fault Capable of Magnitude 8.0 Earthquake: Caltech Study
The earthquakes that hammered the Southern California desert near the town of Ridgecrest last summer involved ruptures o...
KTLA
10/18/2019
M3.5 Earthquake - Compton
Did you feel the small M3.7 earthquake just now, LA? For most, the shaking was probably over by the time you realized it...
10/18/2019
Drop, Cover, and Hold On with SCEC Co-Director Greg Beroza and KRON4!
International #ShakeOut Day was Thursday, 10/17 in 2019, did you participate? SCEC co-director and Stanford University P...
10/18/2019
Trojans drop, cover and hold on during annual Great ShakeOut earthquake drill
A mass casualty exercise outside the Engemann Student Health Center adds a dose of realism to the drill, not to mention ...
USC
10/16/2019
Millions worldwide to participate in Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills
Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills, regionally organized campaigns linked together as a worldwide preparedness movement sp...
10/15/2019
M4.8 Earthquake - Near Soleded / Salinas
The San Andreas Fault forms the main strand of the plate boundary, running from the Gulf of California (Baja California,...
10/14/2019
M4.5 Earthquake - East Bay 10/14/2019
Light earthquake just now (preliminarily M4.5), centered in between Walnut Creek and Pleasant Hill (East Bay). Did you f...
09/23/2019
The next big effort in AI: keeping L.A.’s water flowing post-earthquake
Experts at the USC Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society are teaming with city officials to find technological s...
USC
08/28/2019
Noisy freight trains could help predict California earthquakes
Early signs of hazardous earthquake activity across Southern California can be detected using the passage of freight tra...
Physics World