Yes, the "onePAGER" contains the all the major elements produced by PAGER in a Portable Document Format (PDF) file. It is available via link on the PAGER event-specific web pages. Example "onePAGER"  Description of "onePAGER" content The "onePAGER" can...
The current version of PAGER builds on the previously available PAGER system, which has been publically released since 2007. PAGER provided near-real time ShakeMaps and population exposures at each intensity level for significant earthquakes around the...
a. The USGS does *not* provide tsunami warnings. Tsunami warnings are issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). b. PAGER's summary "onePAGER" notes if there are any known "secondary" hazards associated with recent earthquakes...
No. PAGER loss model results are estimated losses and remain independent of the actual reported losses. Later (greater than one year), the reported losses are used to update the loss model for that region or country. One reason PAGER model results are...
  a. The important thing to remember is that PAGER will provide a range of possibilities. That said, this program does entail risk, and it will sometimes be incorrect in its estimates. However, with each successive earthquake we expand our knowledge of...
PAGER employs a new Earthquake Impact Scale (EIS) that is based on two complementary criteria. The first criterion is the estimated cost of damage; this is most suitable for domestic events and those in earthquake-resistant communities. The second...
PAGER shaking intensity, population exposure, loss estimates, and supporting products are generated for all earthquakes of magnitude 5.5, or greater, worldwide. Additionally, PAGER results are generated for smaller earthquakes, greater than about...