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Sikkim

September 18, 2011, M 6.9 Earthquake

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Sikkim

February 14, 2006, M5.3 Earthquake

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Kashmir

October 8, 2005, M7.6 Earthquake

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Sumatra-Andaman Islands and Indian Ocean Tsunami

December 26, 2004, M9.0 Earthquake

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SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

The Great Sumatra Earthquake and Indian Ocean TsunamiThis comprehensive powerpoint presentation is intended for use by individuals who are giving presentations to their colleagues, community groups, EERI student chapters and others. It was developed to explain the origins of the earthquake and ensuing tsunami (including a brief outline of earthquake and tsunami generation) and to document the damage caused by the earthquake and tsunami in many countries around the Indian Ocean. It also includes slides on past tsunamis in the USA as well as a discussion of tsunami risk reduction methods.The presentation includes:

  • 63 comprehensive slides with presentation notes to assist the speaker
  • 10 amazing live video clips
  • Over 30 reconnaissance images from the devastated region including Indonesia, the Andaman Islands, Thailand, India and Sri Lanka.

Download a free version (PowerPoint) without the video clips, here (10 MB). To obtain a version on CD that includes all 10 video clips as well as an html version of the presentation, click here to order. The CD version costs $10 for EERI members, or $25 for nonmembers, including taxes, shipping and handling.


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Bhuj

January 26, 2001, M7.7 Earthquake

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The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute dispatched a team of scientists and engineers to study the impacts of the 7.7 Bhuj Earthquake that devastated the State of Gujarat, India on January 26, 2001. Funded by the National Science Foundation as part of EERI’s Learning from Earthquakes Program, EERI’s joint India/US team was led by structural engineering Professor Sudhir Jain, India Institute of Technology, Kanpur, and geologist William Lettis, William Lettis and Associates, Walnut Creek, California. The team included earth scientists, civil and structural engineers, and an Indian government official. The nine U.S. team members spent ten days in the field with their Indian counterparts in an investigation of the impacts of the earthquake on the built environment, lifelines, port facilities, emergency response, shelter and interim housing. The team began their reconnaissance investigation in the city of Ahmedabad, and then moved to the more severely damaged epicentral areas. The preliminary report and photos are posted below.

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Chamoli

March 29, 1999, M6.6 Earthquake

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Jabalpur

May 22, 1997, M5.8 Earthquake

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Killari, Latur District, Maharashtra

September 29, 1993, M6.2 Earthquake

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Garhwal

October 20, 1991, M6.2 Earthquake

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Nepal Border

August 20, 1988, M6.6 Earthquake

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