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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
G19AP00007 Robert Hatcher, Jr. Central and Eastern U.S. Paleoseismic Investigation of the Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone: Collaborative Research with University of Memphis and University of Tennessee ($29,765; January 2019 through December 2019) University of Tennessee Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00008 Randel Tom Cox Central and Eastern U.S. Paleoseismic Investigation of the Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone: Collaborative Research with University of Memphis and University of Tennessee ($66,712; January 2019 through December 2019) University of Memphis Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00009 Rich Koehler & Jennifer Vlcan Intermountain West Nevada Quaternary Fault Database: A New Publicly Accessible Web-Based Resource ($58,490; January 2019 through December 2019) University of Nevada Reno Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00010 Diego Melgar Earthquake Early Warning Physics Based Broadband Simulations for Earthquake Early Warning ($85,268; January 2019 through December 2019) University of Oregon Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00011 Ryan Pollyea Earthquake Physics The Hydrogeology of Saltwater Disposal: How Fluid Density Variations Affect Diffusion in the Seismogenic Zone ($96,930; January 2019 through December 2019) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00012 Kimberly Blisniuk Northern California Determining the Distribution of Slip across the Northern San Andreas Fault System through Long-Term Fault Slip Rates on the Rodgers Creek Fault, Northern California ($70,759; January 2019 through December 2019) San Jose State University Final Technical Report due March 2020 2019
G19AP00013 Kimberly Blisniuk Northern California Identifying Faults and Earthquakes, and Their Potential Association with Mass Wasting Along the Seal Cove Strand of the San Gregorio Fault in San Mateo County ($21,488; January 2019 through December 2019) San Jose State University Final Technical Report due March 2020 2019
G19AP00014 Robert Clayton Southern California Using Dense Nodal Deployments to Charactize the Structure of the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Basins, Southern California: Collaborative Research with Louisiana State Univeristy and California Institute of Technology ($75,109; January 2019 through December 2019) California Institute of Technology Final Technical Report due March 2020 2019
G19AP00015 Patricia Persaud Southern California Using Dense Nodal Deployments to Charactize the Structure of the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Basins, Southern California: Collaborative Research with Louisiana State Univeristy and California Institute of Technology ($56,227; January 2019 through December 2019) Louisiana State University Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00017 Brendan Crowell Earthquake Early Warning Exporting Real-Time GNSS Data and Products to the NEIC: Collaborative Research with University of Washington, Central Washington University, and US Geological Survey ($52,254; January 2019 through December 2019) University of Washington Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00018 Timothy Melbourne Earthquake Early Warning Exporting Real-Time GNSS Data and Products to the NEIC: Collaborative Research with University of Washington, Central Washington University, and US Geological Survey ($18,476; January 2019 through December 2019) Central Washington University Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00019 Clifford Thurber Pacific Northwest and Alaska Initial Development of Alaska Community Seismic Velocity Models ($88,057; January 2019 through December 2019) University of Wisconsin Madison Final Technical Report due March 2020 2019
G19AP00020 Paul Segall Earthquake Physics Investigation the Seismic Signature of Earthquake Nucleation with Dynamic Simulations of Microearthquakes ($87,773; January 2019 through December 2019) Stanford University Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00021 Steven Jaume & Norman Levine Central and Eastern U.S. Charleston Area Earthquake Hazards Mapping Project Time History Database, Urban Hazard Maps, and Public Outreach Workshop: Collaborative Research with the University of Memphis and the College of Charleston ($42,869; January 2019 through December 2019) College of Charleston Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00022 Chris Cramer Central and Eastern U.S. Charleston Area Earthquake Hazards Mapping Project Time History Database, Urban Hazard Maps, and Public Outreach Workshop: Collaborative Research with the University of Memphis and the College of Charleston ($51,519; January 2019 through December 2019) University of Memphis Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00023 Laurie Baise Engineering Seismology and Impacts National and Global Liquefaction Loss Models for PAGER ($93,767; January 2019 through December 2019) Tufts University Final Technical Report due March 2020 2019
G19AP00024 William Levandowski Central and Eastern U.S. Refining the Boundaries of the Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone by Understanding its Seismotectonic and Geodynamic Origin ($38,176; January 2019 through December 2019) Boulder Geophysics Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00025 Jonathan Stewart & Scott Brandenberg National Improved Models for Site Amplification in Sedimentary Basins ($65,665; January 2019 through December 2019) University of California Los Angeles Final Technical Report due March 2020 2019
G19AP00026 Yousef Bozorgnia National Development of Earthquake Ground-Motion Tools for End-Users of the NGA-Subjection and NGA-East Ground Motion Models ($72,617; January 2019 through January 2020) University of California Los Angeles Final Technical Report due April 2020 2019
G19AP00027 Michael Hamburger & Anna Jessee Engineering Seismology and Impacts Estimating the Likelihood and Impact of Seismically Induced Landslides in Near Real-Time ($100,734; January 2019 through December 2019) Indiana University Final Technical Report Due March 2020 2019
G19AP00028 Peter Shearer Intermountain West Nevada Seismicity Studies - Input to Hazard Assessment, Clusters & Sequences, Source Physics, and Ground Motions: Collaborative Research between University of California San Diego and University of Nevada Reno ($25,614; February 2019 through January 2020) University of California San Diego Final Technical Report due April 2020 2019
G19AP00029 Ken Smith Intermountain West Nevada Seismicity Studies - Input to Hazard Assessment, Clusters & Sequences, Source Physics, and Ground Motions: Collaborative Research between University of California San Diego and University of Nevada Reno ($65,730; February 2019 through January 2020) University of Nevada Reno Final Technical Report due April 2020 2019
G19AP00030 Zhongwen Zhan Earthquake Early Warning Rapid Charactrization of First-Order complexity of Large Earthquakes ($93,142; February 2019 through January 2020) California Institute of Technology Final Technical Report due April 2020 2019

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