CEUS-Earthquake-Hazards -- Central and Eastern U.S. Earthquake Hazards Listserve


About CEUS-Earthquake-Hazards
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The purpose of the group is twofold. First, it is to exchange ideas on the reduction of earthquake risk through the discussion of earth science, engineering, emergency management, and planning topics. Now that most people involved in these topics have access to e-mail, we feel that the group can provide a simple and effective means to disseminate ideas to a broad range of people, including those outside of our own fields.

The second purpose of the group is to provide a means of distributing news and announcements of meetings, workshops, requests for proposals, etc. We know from first-hand experience that it is often impossible to remember everyone who ought to be informed of such information. We hope that this mailing list will allow most interested parties to get the information they need.

Many of us, we suspect, have wanted to put together newsletters to send out by regular mail, but never could accumulate enough information on a regular basis, or did not have the time or money to put a newsletter together. This list provides the means to get out pieces of information as they become available and regardless of length. It can also provide a link to web pages with more information.

This mailing list is moderated

Unfortunately, we have seen too many mailing lists degenerate into chaos and disinterest because they became dominated by spammers, salesmen, crackpots, amateur predictors, and people who just enjoy putting a wrench in anything they can. Therefore, I (Oliver Boyd, at the moment) will act as moderator of the group. I will look at each message as it comes in and make sure it is appropriate to the group. However, I will not censor the items that are relevant. Thanks and please feel free to contact me with any comments.

Who is running this thing?

This list is supported by the US Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program. It is moderated Oliver Boyd, a seismologist with the USGS in Memphis.

To contact me directly:
Oliver Boyd
U.S. Geological Survey
3876 Central Ave., Ste. 2
Memphis, TN 38152-1050
(901) 678-3463
olboyd at usgs.gov

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the CEUS-Earthquake-Hazards Archives.

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