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Seismic data

Seismic data

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Hi, does anybody know where to find time-history (acceleration-time) records for earthquakes in the eastern US? Specifically, I am looking for New Madrid Seismic zone area earthquakes.

Thanks!

RE: Seismic data

You might try contacting the Center for Earthquake Research and Information or look for information on their website http://www.memphis.edu/ceri/. They seem to have a lot of information on the New Madrid.

RE: Seismic data

(OP)
WannabeSE, thanks for the info.

I was looking at their website and contacted them. Hope I can get the info I need.

Thanks again.

RE: Seismic data

(OP)
WannabeSE, I just wanted to say thanks for the info. I have contacted Memphis University and I am receiving quite good support from them.

Thanks again...

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