ANSS Products

Science Center Objects


  • ComCat Earthquake Catalog
    Online catalog search and downloadable information and technical details.
  • Did You Feel It?
    Human reports of shaking. Report your earthquake experience and see the map of shaking reports.

  • Earthquake Feeds and Web Services
    Real-time notifications and real-time feeds of earthquakes.

  • Earthquake Notification Service (ENS)
    Automated notifications of earthquakes through e-mail, pager, or cell phone. Rapid information and updates to first responders, and resources for media and local government.

  • National Hazard Maps
    National hazard mpas identify the areas of the country that are mostly likely to experience strong shaking in the future. Zip code or latitude-longitude lookup is available.

  • Latest Earthquakes
    Automatic maps and event information are available within minutes oniline at the Earthquake Hazards Program website which displays earthquake locations nationwide.

  • Monitoring Data and Products
    Earthquake data and products links.

  • Movies of Structures Shaking
    Quicktime movies created from the recordings of fully-instrumented structures during earthquakes.

    Information on the impact of an earthquake using data about the shaking, the affected population, and the affected infrastructure.

  • Seismogram Displays
    Real-time seismogram and heliplot displays from 60 stations are available online 24 hours a day.

  • ShakeCast
    An application for automating ShakeMap delivery to critical users and for facilitating notification of shaking levels at user-selected facilities.

  • ShakeMap
    Instrumentally measured shaking intensity mapped in a certain region. Fast information on strong skaing in urban areas helps get emergency response to the right places.

  • Spectrograms, realtime
    A spectrogram is a means for viewing the frequency content of a seismogram as it changes with time.

  • Twitter Earthquake Dispatch (TED)
    @USGSted (USGS Tweet Earthquake Dispatch) and @USGSBigQuakes (USGS Big Quakes) distribute alerts for earthquakes worldwide with magnitudes of 5.5 and above