Drop, cover and hold

It is probably the most commonly used safety instruction during an earthquake. After this difficult year, we propose you an alternative view: DROP on your favourite sofa, COVER your legs with a warm blanket, and HOLD, till the Rt Covid-19 is well below 0.8, in your country.

Thanks to the participants to the 5th Workshop, the Fault2SHA community is growing, and the program of activities for the new year is growing as well. Stay tuned, stay safe…

Accelerogram at Ambiesta Dam, during the 1976 May 6 Friuli earthquake (courtesy A. Saraò)

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“All Hands on deck” Workshop

Last day of the 5th Fault2SHA Workshop, last chance in 2020 to join Fault2SHA members and supporters at a Fault2SHA event.

Wednesday 2nd December 14:30 – 16:30 (CET): Open Discussion – What next for Fault2SHA: New laboratories and research themes

The two hours of discussion will address the following topics, which emerged during the previous two days of the Workshop:

  1. Paleoseismology: how to handle data and identify interpretations
  2. Faults with no slip-rate data: how to handle them
  3. New Fault2SHA Labs: proposals

Your participation is encouraged – ask questions and join the discussion.

For registered users only (link in the event).

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