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|
|G18AP00002||Emily Roland||Pacific Northwest and Alaska||Synthesis of Crustal Fault Deformation History in Puget Sound Washington from New and Legacy Marine Geophysical Data ($83,550; December 2017 through November 2018)||University of Washington||Final Technical Report due February 2019||2018|
|G18AP00003||Jeri Young and Philip Pearthree||Intermountain West||Recency and Size of Young Displacements of Along the Mead Slope Fault, Lake Mead Area, AZ ($50,976; December 2017 through November 2018)||University of Arizona||Final Technical Report due February 2019||2018|
|G18AP00004||Thomas Rockwell||Southern California||Testing Recurrence Models for a Simple Plate Boundry Fault: Continuatio of a Paleoseismic Study of the Imperial Fault in the Region of Large 1940 Displacement ($66,720; December 2017 through November 2018)||San Diego State University||Final Technical Report due February 2019||2018|
|G18AP00005||Takaaki Taira||Northern California||Evaluating and Improving the USGS 3D Seismic Velocity Model in the San Francisco East Bay by Integrating Earthquake Ground-Motion Simulationsand Noise-Derived Empirical Green's Functions ($59,961; December 2017 through November 2018)||University of California Berkeley||Final Technical Report due February 2019||2018|
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