Exploring: Hazard And Event Monitoring
USGS Monitors Potential Flooding Following an Ice Jam on the South Branch Piscataquog River in New Boston and Goffstown, New Hampshire
Leveraging geodetic data to reduce losses from earthquakes
Seismic hazard assessments that are based on a variety of data and the best available science, coupled with rapid synthesis of real-time information from continuous monitoring networks to guide post-earthquake response, form a solid foundation for effective earthquake loss reduction. With this in mind, the Earthquake Hazards Program (EHP) of the U...