The USGS Cone Penetration Truck performs tests in Memphis.
The CUSEC Board of Directors voted unanimously to include the State of Alabama as a full member of CUSEC. Read the press release here.
CUSEC, which serves on the Mid-America Regional Advisory Committee for the Advanced National Seismic System as a representative of the emergency management interest in the central US, has recently increased its involvement. CUSEC will host a strong motion instrument at its headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee.
The J. E. Maher Award Of Excellence was given for the third time at the CUSEC Annual Meeting held in Nashville on June 30 – July 1, 2003. Mr. Dan Cicirello, Earthquake Program Manager for the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management, accepted the award.
“Earthquake Risk and Readiness: It’s Everybody’s Fault” “The Central U.S. faces the possibility of a destructive earthquake at anytime, but are we ready? It will strike with no warning, and the consequences could be devastating: collapsed buildings and bridges, interrupted power and water supplies, millions of dollars in business losses, and thousands of casualties. The […]