CUSEC and the USGS held a press conference today at the CUSEC offices today to unveil a new map that has been overtwo years in the making. The map depicts historical earthquakes that were large enough to be felt, starting in 1699.
Visit the CUSEC website to read the press release issued by the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency.
Sam Penny, author of Memphis 7.9 visited CUSEC to discuss his novel.
Indiana State Emergency Management Agency Executive Director, Pat Ralston, retired from public service to pursue a career in the private sector. Mr. Ralston was the current Chairman of the Board of Directors for CUSEC and served with SEMA since March of 1997. Indiana Governor Joe Kernan appointed Luther Taylor of South Bend, Indiana the new […]
The Summer 2004 CUSEC Journal addresses various topics of building codes and how they can help your community efforts to prepare for earthquakes and other disasters. Also in this issue are topics of zoning, recent CUSEC news, and a sample of the recently released USGS/CUSEC historical earthquake map. Copies are available through download, or by contacting […]