Links to other Central US Earthquake Information
- St. Louis University Earthquake Center
- Fact sheet - Earthquake Hazard in the New Madrid Seismic Zone Remains a Concern: There is broad agreement in the scientific community that a continuing concern exists for a major destructive earthquake in the New Madrid seismic zone. Many structures in Memphis, Tenn., St. Louis, Mo., and other communities in the central Mississippi River Valley region are vulnerable and at risk from severe ground shaking. This assessment is based on decades of research on New Madrid earthquakes and related phenomena by dozens of Federal, university, State, and consulting earth scientists.
- Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country—Your Handbook for Earthquakes in the Central United States: This handbook provides information to residents of the Central United States about the threat of earthquakes in that area, particularly along the New Madrid seismic zone, and explains how to prepare for, survive, and recover from such events.
- Fact Sheet - Earthquake Hazard in the Heart of the Homeland
Fact sheet on central U.S. hazard addressing the significance of the earthquake threat, how likely large earthquakes are, and how likely damaging shaking is.
- Central US earthquakes 1699-2002
- Map of the current ANSS seismograph array in St. Louis
- The South-central Illinois Earthquake of November 9, 1968: Macroseismic Studies