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  • Nevada Seismological Lab
    Contact Us Undergraduate Students Bird Jessica M Status Undergraduate Student click to email Krabiel Taylor Status Undergraduate Student click to email Marquardt Josette Status Undergraduate Student click to email Sylvester Scott Status Undergraduate Student click to email NSL ShakeMap Archive

    Original URL path: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/Students/Undergraduate (2016-02-17)
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  • Nevada Seismological Lab
    Louie Faulds Neotectonics and Structural Development of the Northern Walker Lane The shapes of sedimentary basins reveal the mechanics of the trans tensional motions of the Northern Walker Lane Belt May 2 2014 Kent Next Generation Imaging of Magmatic Processes beneath the Juan de Fuca Ridge using MCS data Full Waveform Inversion FWI combined with Reverse Time Migration RTM provides new imaging capabilities in volcanic terrain January 1 2014 Tibuleac Crust mantle boundary constraints from ambient noise autocorrelations in North America January 12 2013 Kent Smith Fault Distribution Slip Rate Determination and a Focused Seismicity Study of the Pyramid Lake Basin NEHRP funded continued work on seismic CHIRP imagery and integration with seismicity patterns at Pyramid Lake January 9 2013 Smith Plank Slater Williams Source Physics Experiment Support and Regional Monitoring on the Nevada National Security Site January 9 2013 Smith Slater Torrisi Seismic Monitoring in the Pyramid Lake Basin January 9 2013 Smith and Kent Sierraville Moho depth volcanic sequence January 8 2013 Louie Pullammanappallil Pancha Honjas Hellmer Nevada ShakeZoning Using Nevada data and Nevada grown technologies to protect our state s economy from earthquake disaster Pages 1 2 3 Next Latest Announcements 2015 Nevada Seismological Laboratory Publications February

    Original URL path: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/Research (2016-02-17)
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  • Nevada Seismological Lab
    for the public on matters related to earthquake activity and earthquake risks in Nevada and adjoining states The laboratory also handles grant and contract supported research on seismic problems of national and international importance and interacts closely with the University of Nevada Reno Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering to prepare well educated professionals for careers in seismology Mission Statement On February 15 1974 the Board of Regents approved the Nevada Seismological Laboratory as a separate research division of the University The mission of the Seismological Laboratory as approved by the Board of Regents is to Operate a network of seismic stations in the Nevada region Analyze the data obtained with the Nevada seismic network Compile data on historic and current earthquake activity in and around the State of Nevada Serve as a repository of information and exchange of information on earthquake activity in Nevada and adjoining states Provide for education of the public in matters related to seismicity and earthquake risk in the Nevada region Carry out grant and contract supported research on earthquake problems of national importance Consider such other kindred scientific and economic questions as in the judgment of the Board of Regents shall be deemed of

    Original URL path: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/About (2016-02-17)
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  • Nevada Seismological Lab
    Survey CGS Consortium of Organizations for Strong Motion Observation Systems COSMOS Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology IRIS Mediterranean Seismological Centre National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program NEHRP National Geophysical Data Center NGDC National Science Foundation NSF Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology NBMG Nevada Earthquake Safety Council NESC Nevada Geodetic Laboratory NGL Southern California Earthquake Center SCEC Southern California Earthquake Data Center SCEDC USGS UCSB Institute

    Original URL path: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/Links (2016-02-17)
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  • Nevada Seismological Lab
    have more things for kids like easy to read maps and interesting but true stories about earthquakes and a way for kids to submit earthquake stories I also have a question What kind of destruction occurs during earthquakes that take place along the ocean floor Also is it true that animals can detect earthquakes before they occur Kelly Hi I go to Indian Trail Junior High School and I am doing research on earthquakes and I want to know where are the places that earthquakes mostly happen I was just wondering what a foreshock does and what it can do to you if it can do anything to you I was also wondering what an aftershock does and what it can do to you if it can do anything If you would please write me back I would appreciate it very much Thanks for your cooperation Thank you Nicole How do earthquakes happen How often do they happen What is the lab s biggest earthquake ever reported Your site is the coolest site I ve ever been to It encourages me to be my best in school Science is my favorite subject of all time I go to your site every day I hope you update it soon from Tim Hi My name is Jessica from Olathe KS I was wondering when and where the biggest earthquake ever recorded was and when it happened I was also wondering if there was an earthquake in Kansas because I know I ve never felt one here I used to live in CA where I once slept through an earthquake Pretty weird huh Stay NSYNC Jessica Y P S write back if you ever get the time How many more years will it take for California to break away from the rest of

    Original URL path: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/FAQ (2016-02-17)
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  • Nevada Seismological Lab
    Except for holidays Faculty Staff Directory Graduate Student Directory Undergraduate Student Directory Full name Your E mail Your Message How to get to and around the University of Nevada Reno Detailed map of Reno University of Nevada Reno Campus Virtual Tour From Sacramento I 80 east to Reno Virginia Street Exit North At the second stop light turn left north onto Virginia Street At the fourth stop light turn right onto 9th Street at the corner of N Virginia Street and 9th Street To get a visitor parking permit Turn left onto Center Street at the corner of 9th Street and Center Street There is a parking information kiosk on the first right To get to the Laxalt Mineral Engineering Seismology Lab Go straight on 9th street to Evans Ave Turn left into the parking lot at the intersection of Evans Ave and Record Street Pass Fleischmann Agriculture building 22 to the Fleischmann Green Houses 24 The Seismology Lab is in building 20 on the third floor room LME320 You can also go through the Laxalt Mineral Research building 19 by elevator to the 3rd floor From Reno Tahoe International Airport Take 395 North Exit I 80 West Exit Virginia

    Original URL path: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/Contacts (2016-02-17)
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  • Nevada Seismological Lab
    would like to receive earthquake notifications from the following lists Mark an X in the box to subscribe to a list X List 1 All Nevada earthquakes greater than magnitude 3 List 2 All earthquakes in the Reno area How to get to and around the University of Nevada Reno Detailed map of Reno University of Nevada Reno Campus Virtual Tour From Sacramento I 80 east to Reno Virginia Street Exit North At the second stop light turn left north onto Virginia Street At the fourth stop light turn right onto 9th Street at the corner of N Virginia Street and 9th Street To get a visitor parking permit Turn left onto Center Street at the corner of 9th Street and Center Street There is a parking information kiosk on the first right To get to the Laxalt Mineral Engineering Seismology Lab Go straight on 9th street to Evans Ave Turn left into the parking lot at the intersection of Evans Ave and Record Street Pass Fleischmann Agriculture building 22 to the Fleischmann Green Houses 24 The Seismology Lab is in building 20 on the third floor room LME320 You can also go through the Laxalt Mineral Research building 19

    Original URL path: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/Contacts?notify=1 (2016-02-17)
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  • Nevada Seismological Lab
    unr edu If you are looking for a class or research page with a URL that starts out http www seismo unr edu and you have gotten this message please try the same URL again but start it out with http crack seismo unr edu just substituting crack for www in the URL Course and research materials that used to be on the main Seismo Lab webserver are still served

    Original URL path: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/shakemap/shake/archive/ (2016-02-17)
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