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 […]
The Center for Community Earthquake Preparedness was awarded a major grant to perform loss estimations for Mississippi using HAZUS.
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.