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Welcome to ShakeMovie, near real-time earthquake movies of recent seismic events in Southern California.

Welcome to Caltech's Near Real Time Simulation of Southern California Seismic Events Portal. This portal has been designed to present the public with near real time visualizations of recent significant seismic events in the Southern California Region. These movies are the results of simulations carried out on a large computer cluster.



MOST RECENT EARTHQUAKE
3.5 37449175

Thu Aug 18 03:39:54 2016 utc
( 36.40 , -117.87 )
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Movie Format
  MPEG-1 Video, 30fps, no audio
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shakeMovie© Caltech, 2007


Created by
Caltech's Seismological Laboratory
Instrumental Software Technologies, Inc.
Caltech's Center for Advanced Computing Research


Sponsored by
United States Geological Survery
National Science Foundation
Dell Inc
Southern California Seismic Network


Computational Backup Provided by
San Diego Supercomputer Center


The Team
Jeroen Tromp, Qinya Liu, Paul Friberg, Egill Hauksson, Margaret Vinci, Swaminathan Krishnan, John McCorquodale, Santiago Lombeyda, Rae Yip, and many, many more!


Publications and Open Source Code
coming soon


In Collaboration With
California Institute of Technology
Southern California Earthquake Center
California Integrated Seismic Network
San Diego Supercomputer Center


For comments and suggestions:
shakemovie (at) caltech.edu
(be sure to replace the (at) with @)


Recent Press:

"Supercomputing On Demand"
by Paul Tooby, UCSD News Center
UCSD University Comunications, July 10, 2007.

"American Scientist: Site of the Week: ShakeMovie"
by American Scientist ONLINE
American Scientist ONLINE, Sigma XI - Scientific Research Society, December 25, 2006.

"Net Watch: Earthquake Movies"
by Mitchell Leslie
Science Magazine, AAAS Press, July 21, 2006.

"Scientists release movies of SoCal earthquakes"
by Alicia Chang
The Associated Press, June 29, 2006.

"Caltech, USGS Dedicate Dell-Powered
Earthquake Media Center"
Supercomputing Online, June 29, 2006

"What's Shakin'? Caltech Creates 3-D Quake Movies"
CBS2/KCAL9 CBS/KCAL News/AP, June 29, 2006

"Computer Designed To Unlock Mysteries Of Earthquakes"
NBC 4 Los Angeles, NBC News, December 1, 2005
Updated April 17, 2006

"Unlocking the Secrets of Earthquakes"
by Rhonda Hillbery
One.caltech Campaign, September, 2005




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