External Research Support

Funded Network Operations

The Earthquake Hazards Program funds the operation of both seismic and geodetic regionally-based monitoring networks in areas of high seismicity.

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For reports from awards made prior to 2000, use the advanced search of the USGS Library Catalog.

Award No. Principal Investigator(s) Region Project Title Institution Final Report Journal Publication(s) Year
G15AC00022 Thomas Owens Regional Seismic Networks Operation of the Mid-America Integrated Seismic Network ($413,748; February 2015 through January 2018) University of South Carolina Final Technical Report due April 2018 2015
G15AC00041 Robert Herrmann Regional Seismic Networks Operations of the Mid-America Integrated Seismic Network 2015-2018 - SLU ($719,999; February 2015 through January 2018) Saint Louis University Final Technical Report due April 2018 2015
G15AC00045 Won-Young Kim Regional Seismic Networks Operation of the Lamont Cooperative Seismographic Network and the Northeastern United States Earthquake Data Center ($1,600,200; February 2015 through January 2018) Columbia University Final Technical Report due April 2018 2015
G15AC00062 Timothty Melbourne Regional Geodetic Networks Real-Time Operations of the Pacific Northwest Geodetic Array ($509,995; March 2015 through February 2020) Central Washington University Final Technical Report due May 2020 2015
G15AC00065 Robert Smalley Regional Geodetic Networks GPS Array for Mid-America (GAMA) Monitoring Deformation in the New Madrid Seismic Zone ($218,567; March 2015 through February 2020) The University of Memphis Final Technical Report due May 2020 2015
G15AC00078 William Hammond Regional Geodetic Networks Western Great Basin Geodetic Network Operations ($327,854; March 2015 through Februray 2020) University of Nevada, Reno Final Technical Report due May 2020 2015
G15AC00079 John Caskey Regional Geodetic Networks Theodolite survey monitoring of fault creep on San Francisco Bay region faults ($250,435; March 2015 through February 2020) San Francisco State University Final Technical Report due May 2020 2015
G15AC00081 Richard Allen & Ingrid Johanson Regional Geodetic Networks The BARD Continuous GPS Network: Monitoring Earthquake Hazards in Northern California and the San Francisco Bay Area ($514,542; March 2015 through February 2020) University of California Berkeley Final Technical Report due May 2020 2015

NOTE: Reports are in PDF format as submitted by the author and are not 508-compliant. If you need assistance obtaining a 508-compliant report, please contact the External Research Support office.