At Work: Marlon Ramos

14 February 2020–As he pursued his master’s degree at Boise State University, Marlon Ramos was doing what he calls “traditional, active-source seismology,” interpreting seismic pictures of tsunami-producing faults near the Kodiak Island segment of the Alaska-Aleutian megathrust zone. “I had an interest in subduction zones and the very large earthquakes … Continue Reading »

SSA Briefing on Seismology’s Role in Nuclear Test Monitoring

SSA is holding an inaugural congressional briefing on Tuesday 23 January. The briefing, “Earthquake or Explosion? Seismology’s Key Role in Nuclear Text Monitoring,” will share how seismologists analyze data collected from around the globe to determine the yield, location and other details about nuclear test explosions. We encourage you to distribute … Continue Reading »

SSA Supports NEHRP Reauthorization

Through the work of our Government Relations Committee, SSA is supporting the Congressional reauthorization of the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP). NEHRP is the federal government’s coordinated long-term nationwide program to reduce risks to life and property resulting from earthquakes, and to facilitate social, economic and industrial recovery after … Continue Reading »