External Research Support
Funded Research - Grants & Cooperative Agreements
The Earthquake Hazards Program funds research in order to provide earth science data and information essential to mitigate earthquake losses.
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|
|G16AP00002||James Kaklamanos||Earthquake Effects||Assessment of 1D Nonlinear Site Response Uncertainty at a Large Number of Vertical Seismometer Arrays ($55,786; December 2015 through November 2016)||Merrimack College||Final Technical Report Due February 2017||2016|
|G16AP00003||Ronald Andrus||Earthquake Effects||Reducing Uncertainity of Liquefaction Hazard Assessments in Aged Soil Deposits ($39,945; December 2015 through November 2016)||Clemson University||Final Technical Report due February 2017||2016|
|G16AP00005||Jonathan Stewart||National||Towards the Development of Community Consensus on Site Amplification in Central and Eastern North America ($48,562; December 2015 through November 2016)||University of California Los Angeles||Final Technical Report due February 2017||2016|
|G16AP00007||Roland Burgmann & Robert Nadeau||Northern California||Interseismic Coupling of the Norht San Francisco Bay Faults from InSAR, GPS, and Seismic Data: Collaborative Research with UC Berkeley and USGS Menlo Park ($83,883; December 2015 through November 2017)||University of California Berkeley||Final Technical Report due February 2018||2016|
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.