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Some Highlights of Our Press Coverage
- Earthquakes: Breaking New Ground
Can earthquakes be predicted? Northern California researchers are now
identifying the slow-moving clues that may foreshadow violent quakes.
Their work may provide even a few seconds of warning to open elevator
doors, slow down trains or alert firefighters.
This story is from http://science.kqed.org/quest/video/earthquakes-breaking-new-ground/.
This 10 min segment aired on public television in September 2007. EEW is the topic of the final third of the show.
- Earthquake Alerts: Buying a Few Precious Seconds
In January 2004, our research of the potential for earthquake early
warning was listed on Discover Magazine's Top 100 Science Stories of 2003.
- New software gauges the size of imminent earthquakes
In 2003, we published an article in Science presenting our
results of rapid earthquake magnitude determination and proposing that
this could be used to build an earthquake early warning system.