Tsunami Debris Information for North Coast Residents
Posted on December 21 2012
What to do if you find possible tsunami debris
Lori Dengler Explains DROP COVER & HOLD ON
Posted on October 14 2010
Lori Dengler explains DROP COVER HOLD ON and Geology 106 conducts a drill in Founders Hall 118, Humboldt State University
Posted on September 28 2010
Humboldt State Department of Geology has a two member team conducting a reconnaissance investigation of the effects of the 4 September 2010 Canterbury earthquake that caused upwards of $4 billion NZ in the region around Christchurch. Associate Professor, Dr. Mark Hemphill-Haley and graduate student, Paul Sundberg, have been in the area since 26 September to observe the structural, geological and societal impacts of the earthquake. They are blogging about their observations on this website and posting photographs to Facebook. The blog is located at http://www.humboldt.edu/rctwg/blog
Posted on September 27 2010
The HSU geology reconnaissance team blog can be found at http://www.humboldt.edu/rctwg/blog
Sounds of a Quake - an eye witness account of the 1964 Alaska earthquake
Posted on October 13 2009
HSU seismometer records Samoan, Indonesian and local earthquakes
Posted on October 07 2009
The analog seismometer at Humboldt State University recorded several recent significant earthquakes including the 30 September M 8.0 Samoan event, the 1 October M 7.6 Indonesian event and a local earthquake offshore of Petrolia, CA. This image shows the value of analog recorders which display wonderful images of ground shaking.
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