Automatic monitoring of regional seismic events - Technical paper describing an approach to automatic, real-time monitoring of regional seismic events, based on the theory of pulse propagation in a randomly stratified medium with waveguides.
US Geological Survey - Seismic Catalog - Find a search machine to obtain the earthquake data from different seismic cataloges. With the option to select a circular area defined by longitude and latitude.
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program - Provides real-time displays of seismicity, frequently asked questions, historic earthquake information, seismicity maps and products and a comprehensive list of education links.
California Quakes - Descriptions of fault types in CA, as well as earthquakes in recent CA history (with pictures) and info pertaining to quake survival.
California Seismic Hazard Zone Maps - Map index designed to assist cities and counties in guarding the public against earthquake-induced ground failure. Issued by the California Department of Conservation.
Earthquake Tracker - A collaborative effort to track and monitor the ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) magnetic field fluctuations, generated by the earth near fault zones, as a possible precursor to large earthquakes in Northern California.
Council of the National Seismic System - Organization of institutions involved in seismic monitoring in the United States. Site has institutional info and links to earthquake data catalogs and other resources.
Earthquakes in Wyoming - Online database of earthquakes in Wyoming allows for searching by date and from map display of quake epicenters. Damaging earthquakes can occur anywhere in the state -- the largest magnitudes are in western Wyoming and the Yellowstone area.
Major Faults of Puget Sound - Fault map of the Puget Sound shows the approximate locations of major faults in the Puget Sound region of Western Washington
Earthquake Information - Access current information on seismic activity in California and around the world from the Caltech Seismological Lab.
Earthquake Information from the USGS - Gateway to US Geological Survey web resources on earthquakes, including information on recent quakes, earthquake preparedness, building seismically resistant structures, and current research topics.
National Earthquake Hazards Program: Western Canada - Provides information on current earthquakes for British Columbia and Western Canada, seismographs and seismic data, large historic earthquakes, earthquake hazard and other earthqukes and seismological related information.
NEIC Global Earthquake Search - Search a database for specify date, magnitude, depth and intensity. Also has earthquake information, status reports on current earthquakes, links to related sites and a form through which you can report an earthquake.
Seismology Research Centre, Australia - Site includes information about recent Australian and World earthquakes, background information on seismology, and seismology conference lists. Also includes information about the Kelunji digital seismographs manufactured by the Seismology Research Centre in Melbourne.
Earthquakes [ Kids/Teens ] - Learn what earthquakes are, how they occur, areas of the world frequented by earthquakes and the theory of continental drift which is often used to explain why earthquakes happen.
Earthquakes [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Earthquake simulator from the Learning Channel. Includes a list of the top ten quakes, technology, cities at risk, gallery of devastation, and "As the World Churns."
FEMA for Kids [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is in charge of helping people before and after a disaster. Site includes stories, photos, rap music, games, experiments and quizzes.
Life Along the Faultline [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Investigates life and science along California's fault lines. The site includes exclusive video from the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
Shake Table [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Information on how to build a shake table to test the resistance of structures to earthquake shaking. Includes classroom photos of the table in action.
Understanding Earthquakes [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Shows a simulation of where earthquakes with a 5.5 or larger magnitude have occurred in the last five years.
USGS: Earthquakes for Kids [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Site features puzzles, games, science fair ideas, the online activity links, and virtual earthquake fly-bys.
Virtual Earthquake [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - An interactive exercise which demonstrates how seismologists pinpoint the epicenter of an earthquake using seismic waves.
What's Shaking [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Find out what earthquakes are, why they occur, and why we cannot predict them.
Arizona PEPP - AZPEPP is a program to put state-of-the-art seismometers into Arizona's high schools and use the recordings of earthquakes as an aid for teaching Earth Science and Physics.
Earthquake Learning Activities and Lesson Plans - Information and links, including instructions for building a table-top seismology demonstration and a model illustrating sea-floor spreading and subduction from a shoe box as well as other exercises for students.
Earthquakes Theme - Web resources and student activity sheets for online study of earthquakes.
iNFO-EQ - Resources, technology, ideas and suggested solutions on how build a seismic station to record earthquakes and build seismic sensors generally.
Princeton Earth Physics Project - PEPP was established as a way to build a network of seismic recording stations in high schools across the United States and to enrich secondary school science education.