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View Resource Frequently Asked Questions About Strong Motion

Frequently Asked Questions About Strong Motion What is an accelerometer? An accelerograph? And what is an accelerogram? An accelerometer is a sensor that measures acceleration ...

http://www.strongmotioncenter.org/Reports/FAQ.pdf
View Resource Earthquake Engineering: Strong Motion Research Group

The Earthquake Engineering - Strong Motion Group is a research group of the University of Southern California, Civil Engineering Department. Its research focuses on: (i) earthquake strong ground...

http://www.usc.edu/dept/civil_eng/Earthquake_eng/
View Resource Strong Motion Sensors

Most strong motion sensors are designed to measure the large amplitude, high frequency seismic waves typical of large local earthquakes. These seismic waves result in the strong ground motion we feel...

http://www.pnsn.org/EDHOME/SENSORS/sms_desc.html
View Resource Strong Motion Project in Alaska

Collection and analysis of strong motion data is critical for seismic hazard assessment and risk reduction. Strong motion studies at the Alaska Earthquake Information Center range from data...

http://www.aeic.alaska.edu/html_docs/strong_motion.html
View Resource Volcano Data and Information

NGDC acquires and disseminates volcano data and images of volcanoes in eruption.

http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/hazard/volcano.shtml
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