Cascadia Region Earthquake Workgroup (CREW)
- A not-for-profit corporation of private and public representatives of
Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, and California communities informs
on its activities to reduce the effects of earthquake events.
Earthquake Engineering Abstracts
(EEA) - A database of 100,000 records covering the world literature
in earthquake engineering since 1971, searchable by author, title, keyword,
and date. Produced by the National Information Service for Earthquake Engineering
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
(EERI) - Activities of the national society of engineers, geoscientists,
architects, planners, public officials, and social scientists related to
earthquake exposure, risk and protection of lifelines and building structures.
ICBO Code Central - International
Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) provides information on its development
of the International Building Code, Uniform Building Code and related codes
for earthquake design and construction.
(TLC): an interactive animation on engineering a building to outlast
the "Big One" by Patrick J. Kiger.
Mid-America Earthquake (MAE) Center
- Research and education center at University of Illinois activities focusing
on earthquake hazards mitigation for the low-frequency, but high consequence
seismic events that are possible in Mid-America.
and Engineering (SSE) - Information on a NSF research program to support
development of new design concepts and technologies for improving the behavior
of structural systems subject to natural hazards.
TriNet: The Seismic System for Southern
California - A five-year collaborative project to create a better,
more effective real-time earthquake information system for Southern California.
It will incorporate new technologies to provide vital information within
minutes of an earthquake.