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A simple text format suitable for loading data into spreadsheet applications. This is a good option for manual scientific analysis.
A flexible, extensible and modular XML representation of seismological data which is intended to cover a broad range of fields of application in modern seismology.
This feed format is suitable for loading into applications that understand Keyhole Markup Language (KML) such as Google Earth™.
A well-structured format readily parsed by most programming languages. This is a good option for software developers wishing to use earthquake data.
A basic syndication format supported by a variety of feed readers. This is a good option for casually subscribing to earthquake information.
The Earthquake Notification Service (ENS) is a free service that sends you automated notifications to your email or cell phone when earthquakes happen.
Tweet Earthquake Dispatch (TED) offers two Twitter accounts. On average, each account will produce about one tweet per day.
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Get real-time earthquake notifications sent to you using a number of popular mediums: Feeds, Email, Twitter, etc…
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