Funded Research - Grants & Cooperative Agreements & Final Technical Reports

The Earthquake Hazards Program funds research in order to provide earth science data and information essential to mitigate earthquake losses.

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Award No. Principal Investigator(s) Region Project Title Institution Final Report Journal Publication(s) Year
G24AC00003 Michael West & Natalia Ruppert General Sustaining USArray-Enhanced Network Operations ($2,760,000; November 2023 through October 2025) University of Alaska Fairbanks Final Technical Report due January 2026 2024
G24AC00072 Yehuda Ben-Zion & Gregory Beroza General Statewide California Earthquake Center: SCEC 6 2024-2026 Proposal to the United States Geological Survey ($1,525,000; February 2024 to January 2026) Statewide California Earthquake Center Final Technical Report due April 2026 2024
G24AC00082 Maggie Ortiz-Millan General Assistance in Undertaking a Community Review of Kahramanmaras, Turkiye Earthquake Sequence Investigations (EERI)($32,389; February 2024 through December 2024) Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Final Technical Report due March 2025 2024
G24AP00043 Brandon Shuck & Suzanne Carbotte Pacific Northwest and Alaska Reprocessing Active-Source Seismic Data to Assess Hazards in Southern Cascadia: Collborative Research with Columbia University and the University of Texas at Austin ($83,651; January 2024 through December 2024) Columbia University Final Technical Report due March 2025 2024
G24AP00044 Sean Gulick Pacific Northwest and Alaska Reprocessing Active-Source Seismic Data to Assess Hazards in Southern Cascadia: Collborative Research with Columbia University and the University of Texas at Austin ($29,606; January 2024 through December 2024) University of Texas at Austin Final Technical Report due March 2025 2024
G24AP00049 Roland Burgmann & Takaaki Taira Northern California Temporal and Spatial Creep Variability: Detecting Decadal Changes in Fault Behavior in Northern California ($92,767; January 2024 through December 2024) University of California Berkeley Final Technical Report due March 2025 2024
G24AP00058 Norman Abrahamson Ground Motion Research Development of Intensity Prediction Equations (IPE) and Ground-Motion Intensity Conversion Equations (GMICE) for California ($88,382; January 2024 through December 2024) University of California Berkeley Final Technical Report due March 2025 2024
G24AP00059 Maximilian Werner Earthquake Source Processes Short-Term Earthquake Forecasting in California: Prospective Evaluation of a Decade of CSEP Models ($99091.97; January 2024 through December 2024) University of Bristol Final Technical Report due March 2025 2024
G24AP00060 Allen Husker Earthquake Early Warning Towards the Inclusion of DAS into Real-Time EEW Operations ($75,116; January 2024 through December 2024) California Institute of Technology Final Technical Report due March 2025 2024
G24AP00062 Alberto Lopez-Venegas & Elizabeth Vanacore Central and Eastern U.S. Imaging Active Faults in Southwestern Puerto Rico using Seismic Reflection Methods: Collaborative Research with University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez and U.S. Geological Survey ($89,707; January 2024 through January 2025) University of Puerto Rico -Mayaguez Final Technical Report due April 2025 2024
G24AP00064 Michele Cooke Intermountain West Simulating the Evolution of Stress over the Past 7 ka along the Wasatch Fault System in Utah ($105,634.39; January 2024 through December 2024) University of Massachusetts Amherst Final Technical Report due March 2025 2024
G24AP00067 Patricia Persaud & Alan Juarez-Zuniga Southern California Development of a High-Resolution 3D Seismic Velocity Model of the San Fernando Valley for Improved Wave Propagation Simulations Using Nodel Deployments ($57,893; January 2024 through January 2025) University of Arizona Final Technical Report due April 2025 2024
G24AP00092 Takaaki Taira Northern California Improving the USGS 3D Seismic Veolocity Model for the San Francisco Region with Joint Body and Surface Wave Tomography: Collaborative Research between University of Wisconsin - Madison and University of California Berkeley ($57,260; March 2024 through February 2025) University of California Berkeley Final Technical Report due May 2025 2024
G24AP00093 Clifford Thurber Northern California Improving the USGS 3D Seismic Veolocity Model for the San Francisco Region with Joint Body and Surface Wave Tomography: Collaborative Research between University of Wisconsin - Madison and University of California Berkeley ($122,323; March 2024 through February 2025) University of Wisconsin-Madison Final Technical Report due May 2025 2024

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