SCEC Highlights and News

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

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From the Director: Reflecting on 2020 (and early 2021)
Dear SCEC Community, The passing year will not go down in history as a good one. But as I reflect on 2020 and the nea...
December 2020 SCEC Newsletter
Includes articles about Ridgecrest paleoseismic studies, a toolkit for evaluating earthquake forecasts, an summary ...
How predictable are earthquakes? A new software toolkit helps earthquake forecasters decide
"Earthquakes cannot be predicted" states the title of a controversial Science article from 19971. Nearly 25 years later,...
In the trenches—Paleoseismic studies of the 2019 Ridgecrest ruptures
Amid the pandemic lockdown fatigue and media frenzy surrounding the presidential election in November, field work was a ...
Remote teaching collaboration on mapping active faults for probabilistic fault displacement hazard
For the Fall 2020 semester, Arizona State University and the University of Nevada-Reno jointly offered a new remote cour...
SCEC October 2020 Newsletter
Includes articles about the SCEC-led Great ShakeOut Drills and other CEO activities, SCEC2020 and other recent...
Undergraduate Research and Mentoring Opportunities During the Pandemic and Beyond
SCEC’s Internships provide meaningful research experiences and resources for undergraduate students to broaden partici...
Earthquake Country Alliance Goes Virtual to Continue Preparedness and Mitigation Activities in 2020
ECA's four regional alliances span the most active earthquake regions of the state. Jo...
SCEC Provides Online Options for 2020 ShakeOut Participation
SCEC's Communication, Education, and Outreach program has coordinated Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills since 2008, in pa...
From the Director: SCEC Thriving During Challenging Times
Dear SCEC Community, September was the National Preparedness Month, when communities were reminded of the importance ...