Searchable databases and downloadable earthquake and seismic data.
- includes M4.5+ for the world and ALL magnitudes for the US
- includes M4.5+ for the world and M2.5+ for the US
- Combines high-quality source and casualty estimates gathered from several published catalogs for earthquakes of magnitude M 5.5 and greater. Created for calibration of earthquake fatality and loss estimation models such as those to be used by the USGS Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) system.
- (Central US)
- Archives for Lamont Doherty Seismic Network
- Provides estimates of the number of people exposed to significant global earthquakes since 1973. Combines earthquakes in the Atlas of ShakeMaps with a gridded global population database (LandScan) to estimate present-day and historical population exposure at discrete levels of macroseismic intensity.
- Also see Flinn-Engdahl Documentation.
- Text file. See also: Largest Earthquakes in the World Since 1900 (webpage)
- (last updated 2010/01/12)
- The NEIC global earthquake bulletin is called the Preliminary Determination of Epicenters or PDE. We use the word "Preliminary" for our final bulletin because the Bulletin of the International Seismological Centre is considered to be the final global archive of parametric earthquake data (phase pick times and amplitudes). The PDE bulletin goes through three stages of review. To get data for the entire PDE bulletin, files for all three review stages must be down loaded. There are no duplicate earthquake solutions in the files for the different stages of review. When an earthquake moves from one review state to the next the "old" solution is deleted.
- Updated once a day, at approximately 7:00 AM Mountain Time
Source: Quick Epicenter Determinations (QED) file
- Comprehensive compilation, documentation and evaluation of catalogs of seismicity of the former Soviet Union.
- access data and information stored in the NCEDC Oracle database
- Slab1.0 is a three-dimensional compilation of global subduction geometries, separated into regional models for each major subduction zone.