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1. 3D Visualization of Earthquake Focal Mechanisms Using ArcScene [USGS_DS_2007_241]
We created a new tool, 3D Focal Mechanisms (3DFM), for viewing earthquake focal mechanism symbols three dimensionally. This tool operates within the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI®) ...


2. IRIS Seismic Monitor [IRIS_Seismic]
The Seismic Monitor allows you to monitor global earthquakes in near real-time, visit seismic stations around the world, and search the web for earthquake or region-related information. You can also ...


3. The Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS) [ANSS-Seismic]
The Advanced National Seismic System includes a national Backbone network, the National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC), the National Strong Motion Project, and 15 regional seismic networks operated ...


4. Earthquake Information Distribution System (EIDS) [USGS_EIDS]
The Earthquake Information Distribution System (EIDS) provides a method for receiving earthquake data over the Internet in near-real time. EIDS replaces the Quake Data Distribution System (QDDS) and ...


5. ShakeCast - An Application for Automating ShakeMap Delivery to Critical Users and Facilitating Notification of Shaking Levels [USGS_ShakeCast]
ShakeCast is a freely available, post-earthquake situational awareness application that automatically retrieves earthquake shaking data from ShakeMap, compares intensity measures against users' facilities, ...


6. Earthquake Risk Model (EQRM) [EQRM]
Earthquake Risk Model (EQRM) is capable of earthquake scenario ground motion and scenario loss modeling as well as probabilistic seismic hazard (PSHA) and risk (PSRA) modeling. It is a product of ...


7. HASH - Software for Computing Double-Couple Earthquake Focal Mechanisms [USGS_HASH]
HASH is a Fortran 77 code that computes double-couple earthquake focal mechanisms from P-wave first motion polarity observations, and optionally S/P amplitude ratios. HASH is designed to produce stable ...


8. Understanding Earthquake Hazards in the San Francisco Bay Region [USGS_Fact_Sheet_152-99]
On the basis of research conducted since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and other scientists conclude that there is a 70% probability of at least one magnitude 6.7 ...


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