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View Resource New Madrid Seismic Zone Catastrophic Earthquake Planning

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has an initiative underway with the eight states of the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) in the central United States to develop catastrophic earthquake...
View Resource Quake: Strong Motion Seismology

Intense ground shaking during large earthquakes can damage or even cause failure of engineered structures such as buildings, bridges, highways, and dams. Sustained strong shaking can also trigger...
View Resource Green Infrastructure (EPA)

Green infrastructure uses natural hydrologic features to manage water and provide environmental and community benefits. By improving the environment and preserving open space, green infrastructure...
View Resource National Strong-motion Project

The USGS National Strong-Motion Project has the primary Federal responsibility for recording each damaging earthquake in the United States on the ground and in man-made structures in densely...
View Resource Research

USGS Western Earthquake Hazards Team's Earthquake Effects Project staff are currently conducting research that include a variety of topics relating to strong motion seismology.
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