All types of processes involving geological structures.
Eruption warning and real-time notifications [ More info] Describes strategy of volcano warnings and the real-time detection of a sudden eruption or lahar and immediate notification of the activity to the public and local, state, and federal emergency-management officials.
Eruptions from the Inyo chain about 600 years ago: sequence of events and effects in the Long Valley Area [ More info] Describes the volcanic activity that occurred along the southern part of the Mono-Inyo Craters volcanic chain in California about 600 years ago.
Eruptions in the Cascade Range during the past 4,000 years [ More info] Chart showing 13 volcanoes on a map of Washington, Oregon, and northern California, along with time lines for each volcano showing the ages of their eruptions.
Eruptions of Hawaiian volcanoes - past, present, and future [ More info] Originally published in 1987, this general-interest booklet has been revised in anticipation of the Centennial of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) in January 2012.
Eruptions of Lassen Peak, California, 1914 to 1917 [ More info] Summary of the most recent eruption of Lassen Peak, Cascades (1914-1917)
Eruptions of Mount St. Helens: past, present, future [ More info] Online booklet on the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, past history, and future hazards.
Evaluating the variability of sediment and nutrient loading from riverine systems into Texas estuaries and bays [ More info] Some results from a study of the variability of sediment and nutrient loads in the lower reaches of the Trinity River during a variety of hydrologic conditions.
Executive summary, workshop: seismic and tsunami hazard in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands [ More info] Summary of workshop with links to reports that are recommendations for future projects.
FAQs - National Seismic Hazard Maps [ More info] Provides detailed technical information on earthquake hazards in the form of frequently asked questions. Designed for the technical audience, including building and safety planners.
Facing the great disaster: How the men and women of the U.S. Geological Survey responded to the 1906 "San Francisco Earthquake" [ More info] After the powerful earthquake of April 18, 1906, staff of the U.S. Geological Survey stationed in Sacramento and Berkeley brought help to the residents of devastated San Francisco, documented the effects of the quake, and investigated its causes.
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