sri has published a pair of interactive maps about the 7.8 magnitude earthquake and aftershocks that struck Nepal over the weekend. The following maps are available for the media to embed or share as part of ongoing coverage.
An announcement from the GISCorps…
Crowdsourcing Smartphone Data Could Provide Valuable Advance Notice for People in Quake Zones
A nice data visualization from the USGS showing hot spots in the US with Low and high hazard for earthquakes
Earthquakes tend to get your attention. So when the 6.6 Sylmar earthquake hit the San Fernando Valley in 1971, killing 64 people and causing $550 million in damage, state lawmakers went to work.
The Marmaray Tunnel in Istanbul opened on October 29, six months before the beginning of the two trade shows Seismic Safety and INTERGEO Eurasia. The "project of the century" connects the European and the Asian parts of the city. The spectacular tunnel is a perfect example of the city’s earthquake-resistant future and of the contribution […]
A handy and clever mobile app for users residing in earthquake prone areas of the World from the Red Cross – available for Android and iOS
Autonomous forklift checks buildings, helps move goods to market
Features include real-time alerts and "Shake Zone Impact Map," simplifying quake data for smart phone, tablet users
WASHINGTON, April 24, 2012 — The space-based technology that lets GPS-equipped motorists constantly update their precise location will undergo a major test of its ability to rapidly pinpoint the location and magnitude of strong earthquakes across the western United States. Results from the new Real-time Earthquake Analysis for Disaster (READI) Mitigation Network soon could be used […]