Please note: This website is not maintained and is available for historical purposes only.
EAS Earthquake Research
Links to The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Fa culty In The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Geophysics Programs in The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Programs of study
(for middle- and high-school teaching)
GaESN The Georgia Tech Educational Seismology Network
Teaching Activities, Exercises for teaching about the earth using seismic data.
Workshops, Three Teachers Earthquake Workshops have been sponsored at Georgia Tech. We hope to hold another workshop in summer 2002, email email@example.com in interested.
Seismometers for teaching Some basic information on how to make or purchase a seismometer.
Seismometer needs home: Georgia Tech has an AS-1 seismometer to place in a school. This is the same seismometer that is part of the IRIS “seismometer in schools” program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Use the same application as for IRIS.
Seismometer Calibration: Instructions on how to calibrate a homemade seismometer.
Calibration of the AS-1, a technique to calibrate any AS-1
Example of Magnitude calculation using the AS-1 Displacement Response Curve.
Links to regional sites of seismological interest
***University of Tennessee at Knoxville, earthquakes page.
***Pamela Gore's Earthquake Page for the Georgia PEPP workshops.
***PEPP home page (Princeton Earth Physics Program).
Coda Envelope Inversion
DOE study of Tomographic Inversion of Surface Waves
Seismic Hazards in Georgia
Emergency Managers Guide to Seismic Hazards in Georgia
Home Owners Guide to Seismic Hazards in Georgia
Map of instrumentally located earthquakes, 1963-1999.
Map of felt earthquakes.
Under development "Questions and Answers about Georgia's earthquakes.
Norris Lake Community Seismicity"
Eastern Section, Seismological Society of America,
Note: the 2001 meeting will be in Columbia, South Carolina, October 14-16.
Tim and Sally’s family page, (pictures from trip to England)
Frank and Tim's "cheap seis" a low cost seismic recording system (comming soon)