SCEC Highlights and News

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

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Prepare to Survive and Recover: ShakeOut is Thursday, October 19
Everyone, everywhere should know how to protect themselves from earthquakes, whether they live, work, or play where eart...
Webinar: Recent Earthquakes and Tsunamis: Gathering, Understanding, and Sharing Information with the USGS and NOAA Websites
The GeoHazards Messaging Collaboratory GMC will host a free earthquake and tsunami science and alerts training for membe...
M 7.1 Earthquake - 5km ENE of Raboso, Mexico
The September 19, 2017, M 7.1 earthquake in Central Mexico occurred as the result of normal faulting at a depth of appro...
Seismologists hope to create earthquake forecasts for California, using small temblors to warn of big ones
One day, next to the traffic map and weather forecast on your smartphone, seismologist Thomas H. Jordan envisions an app...
LA Times
Powerful Quake Rocks Southern Mexico Coast; At Least 32 Die
One of the most powerful earthquakes ever recorded in Mexico struck off the country's southern coast, toppling hundreds ...
The SCEC Unified Community Velocity Model Software Framework
Read the recent entry in SRL written by SCEC CME developers and IT Architect Phil Maechling. | Realistic velocity m...
USGS Details: Magnitude 8.1 Earthquake in Mexico
Visit the USGS event page for more information. For estimates of casualties and damage, visit the USGS Prompt Assessment...
IRIS Webinar: Flavors of Pacific Northwest Earthquakes
The Pacific Northwest is vulnerable to several shades of shakes: - giant coastal quakes - isolated, 50-km-deep...
Where to Find Science Communication Internships
I am currently working for The Economist as their Richard Casement intern for the summer, writing for the science and te...
Code Like A Girl
The CyberShake Project: Better Seismic Hazard Information for Engineers
In earthquake country, safe buildings start with good science. The ground beneath our feet is complex, capable of e...