CEETEP Partner Organizations

Organizations collaborating with CEETEP and/or working parallel on related aims of increasing earthquake and tsunami resilience provide an wealth of additional information and resources.

DOGAMI  The Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries
Location for Oregon Tsunami Inundation Maps, Relative Earthquake Hazard Maps, Living on Shaky Ground booklet and Oregon Tsunami Clearing House for Evacuation Brochures. 

EarthScope  EarthScope
The program within the National Science Foundation (NSF) that funds CEETEP.

HMSC  Hatfield Marine Science Center
Part of Oregon State University, the HMSC Visitors Center in Newport, OR has multiple interactive exhibits featuring Cascadia Great Earthquakes and Tsunamis 

IRIS  Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology
Location for animations and Recent Earthquake Teachable Moments. IRIS runs the USArray seismic component of EarthScope

RCTWG  Redwood Coast Tsunami Work Group
Provides a model to enable communities to work cooperatively and share resources to strengthen earthquake and tsunami resilience.

SCEC  Southern California Earthquake Center
Location for “The Great Shake Out” earthquake drill and resources and colloborator on the Quake-Catcher Network (QCN) seismic network.

TOTLE Teachers on the Leading Edge
A previously funded EarthScope project that did professional development workshop for middle school teachers in Oregon and Washington. Many TOTLE resources are used in CEETEP.

UNAVCO  UNAVCO is the National Science Foundation's geodetic facility.
One major project UNAVCO runs is the Plate Boundary Observatory (PBO) component of EarthScope, which uses high precision GPS to measure earth deformation. UNAVCO also has educational resources related to GPS and other geodetic measurements.

USGS   U.S. Geological Survey
Location of USGS Geologic Hazards Science Center

WA DNR  Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Location for Tsunami Hazard Maps, Earthquake Hazard Maps, and Interactive Tsunami Evacuation Maps