Welcome to the Georgia Tech EarthQuake (GTEQ) information page.

Please click one of the boxes to the left of the screen for information about earthquake shaking, earthquake activity, the local seismic network, and numerous links to additional earthquake resources.
Georgia Seismic Network

Thanks to IRIS and the John C. Lahr Educational Seismology Fund, we were able to purchase 15 new low-cost seismic sensors and acquisition systems for the redevelopment of the Georgia Educational Seismic Network.

Over the next year we will be installing these instruments through an array of educational institutions across the state. Planned siting will be in Middle and High schools, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Museums and Science Centers. We plan to balance societal and spatial impact.

.... stay tuned!
Georgia Earthquake Activity Georgia Tech Earthquake Research External Resources [links will come up in a separate browser] People Newsletters:
  • - Issue 1: July 1, 2010: Introduction of GT personnel, Cool Wiggles: PKIKP, and recent seismic activity.

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This webpage is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0847382