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Digging Into the Past on the Teton Fault — Follow the daily activities of a team of geologists and paleoseismologists as they dig a trench and collect data on the Teton Fault. (from a fieldwork blog September 15-21, 2017)

USGS
  • Paleoseismology
  • Geology
  • Trenching
  • iconInfo
  • iconGraphics
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • General Audience
  • College

How Big and How Frequent Are Earthquakes on the Wasatch Fault? — Paleoseismology along the Wasatch Fault in Utah is helping to estimate the shaking risk to nearby towns.

USGS
  • Paleoseismology
  • Research
  • iconInfo
  • College
  • General Audience
  • High School

Living with Earthquakes in Nevada: A Nevadan's Guide — This guide and many other preparedness-related information especially for Nevada.

Univ. of Nevada Seismological Lab
  • Preparedness & Response
  • iconInfo
  • General Audience

New Methods for Dating and Sequencing Ancient Earthquakes — A plain-language summary of new paleoseismology methods for studying and dating past earthquakes from trench data.

USGS
  • Paleoseismology
  • iconInfo
  • College
  • General Audience
  • High School

Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country — Earthquakes and preparedeness for everyone in California (regional booklets available), Utah, Central U.S., Nevada, Oregon, and Alaska

USGS
  • Preparedness & Response
  • New Madrid Seismic Zone
  • Maps
  • Magnitudes
  • Locations
  • Locating Earthquakes
  • Hazards
  • Faults & Fault Types
  • Effects, Earthquake
  • Earthquake Facts
  • Books
  • Basics
  • iconInfo
  • iconGraphics
  • General Audience