SCEC Highlights and News

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

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12/19/2022
UTEP to Lead New Earthquake Center with Support from National Science Foundation
A $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will spur The University of Texas at El Paso’s efforts to help u...
News Wise
12/13/2022
Speed kills: fast, potentially damaging earthquakes more common
A global survey of large strike-slip earthquakes (greater than magnitude 6.7) reveals that over a 20-year period, 14 per...
Temblor
12/09/2022
From The Directors: The Only Constant is Change
SCEC NEWSLETTER In This Issue (December 2022) Two Decades of H...
12/09/2022
Shaping of the Rupture and Fault Zone Observatory
Community efforts continued this fall to hone the concept and design of the Rupture and Fault Zone Observatory (RuFZO), ...
12/09/2022
2022 SCEC Community Honors and Awards
Each year members of the SCEC Community are recognized with major awards and honors. This page is a collection of t...
12/09/2022
Get to Know the SCEC Community
Dear SCEC Community, As part of my new role as an outreach partner with the SCEC Communication, Education and Ou...
12/09/2022
Back Together Again: ELCA Activities Foster Connections in 2022
SCEC’s Experiential Learning and Career Advancement (ELCA) Programs provided junior members of the SCEC community with...
Gaby Noriega
12/08/2022
Exascale Computing Project Details EQSIM’s Progress in Advancing Earthquake Research
Since 2017, EQSIM—one of several projects supported by the US Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP...
HPCWire
12/08/2022
Finding faults deeply stressful: First investigation of stress state below plate boundary fault of Tohoku earthquake
Evidence that a complete stress release may have contributed to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake that broke records. The new d...
Science Daily
12/08/2022
Coseismic Displacement of 1987 New Zealand Earthquake from Aerial Images
Differencing digital surface topography models constructed from historical aerial photographs reveal the coseismic surfa...
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