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
    We are in the process of establishing a modern seismic network within and around Georgia. Stations will primarily be vertical broadband instruments recorded at 20 samples per second (20 sps), and will be located primarily in high schools and museums.
  • - Georgia Seismic Network
      An interactive map of the Georgia Educational and other Seismic Stations in the region. Click on some stations to be taken to real-time recordings.
  • - Real-time waveforms:
  • - Past waveforms:

      Station: year: month: day: hour(UTC):
      Not all stations are available for all periods (earliest data are Feb 01, 2010).
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.

Geophysics @ GT | Web Author: A. Newman | Updated: Wed Jan 15 10:41:25 EST 2014
School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA 30332-0340
This webpage is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0847382