Funded Network Operations
The Earthquake Hazards Program funds the operation of both seismic and geodetic regionally-based monitoring networks in areas of high seismicity.
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|
|G17AC00134||Deborah Glickson||Regional Seismic Networks||NASEM Committee on Seismology and Geodynamics (COSG)($25,000; June 2017 through May 2019)||National Academy of Sciences||Final Technical Report due August 2019||2017|
|G17AP00124||Jayne Bormann & Graham Kent||Regional Seismic Networks||"Investigating recent deformation along the southern San Pedro Basin fault to assess evidence for connectivity between the San Pedro Basin and San Diego Trough fault systems"($59,852; September 2017 through August 2018)||California State University Long Beach||Final Technical Report due November 2018||2017|
|G17PG00049||Greg Anderson & Herbert Wang||Regional Seismic Networks||USGS Interagency agreement with National Science Foundation to support incorporation research intuitions for seismology for the Central and Eastern United States Network ($1,400,000; Ocotber 2017 through September 2018)||National Science Foundation||Final Technical Report due December 2018||2017|
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