These hazard maps and associated data provide authoritative information about earthquake risks and hazards for the Central US.
The 2018 Update of the U.S. National Seismic Hazard Model defines the potential for earthquake ground shaking for various probability levels across the conterminous United States and is applied in seismic provisions of building codes, insurance rate structures, risk assessments, and other public policy.Author: USGS Date: 2018 Source: USGS 2018 United States (Lower 48) Seismic Hazard Long-term Model
This app depicts liquefaction susceptibility in the CUSEC Member States. It was developed for use in FEMA’s HAZUS loss estimation software and to aid in mitigation and earthquake response planning during the NMSZ Catastrophic Planning and NLE 2011.
This app provides the Data layers, Analysis, Modeling represent the collective efforts of the geospatial community to provide data driven and science based content & analysis to inform planning efforts for exercise scenarios.
This map depicts NEHRP soil classifications in the CUSEC Member States. It was developed for use in FEMA’s HAZUS loss estimation software and to aid in mitigation and earthquake response planning during the New Madrid Seismic Zone Catastrophic Planning Initiative and National Level Exercise 2011. Procedures are described in this document.
Author: Assoc. of CUSEC State Geologists
Format: GIS Data Download