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NSMP DATA CENTER E-mail Data Notification and Update


The National Strong-Motion Project (NSMP) Data Center  is now offering a free E-mail Data-Distribution Listserver.  When you subscribe to the service, you will receive e-mail  notification whenever the Data Center has added new data sets or made corrections/additions to old data sets.  Users will need to visit the NSMP web site to download the data.

To subscribe, please send e-mail to fogleman@usgs.gov with your first and last name and your e-mail address.  Please put the word "subscribe" in the subject line.

To unsubscribe, please send e-mail to fogleman@usgs.gov with your first and last name and your e-mail address.  Please put the word "unsubscribe" in the subject line.

If you desire notification of USA and worldwide quakes, you should apply to the USGS ENS system. Earthquake Notification Service (ENS) see https://sslearthquake.usgs.gov/ens/ The ENS is a USGS service that sends automated emails or text messages when an earthquake happens.  You can customize ENS to only deliver messages for earthquakes in certain areas, at specified times, with certain magnitude thresholds (e.g. My defaults are: California M3.0; Pacific Northwest M4.5; rest of the US M5; rest of the world M6), and to multiple addresses. The USGS National Strong-Motion Project  does not provide daily/weekly notifications for quakes in the USA and worldwide.  We do not locate earthquakes, but instead collect data from sensors in structures for engineers to use for improving building designs.


Posted: October 31, 2000; updated 9/22/2011 (kf)