What can happen when moderate to strong earthquakes (magnitudes 5.0-7.5) occur in the Intermountain West (Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana)?
A new traveling exhibit tells our earthquake story using photos and examples from accounts of earthquakes that have occurred in our area within the last 80 years.
But… it’s not just interesting history! Visiting the exhibit is a good first step in preparing for the next earthquake.
You will learn what an earthquake is, why we have them, what they can do, and what you can do about it.
Earthquakes in the Intermountain West is a traveling photographic exhibit that is available for display free of charge to schools, public institutions, and groups interested in earthquake preparedness.
- Target Audience: General public, students
- Exhibit Availability: 1 to 3 week intervals. Check availability calendar.
- Exhibit Description: Stand alone display unit ~ 19′ long X 8′ high X 2.5′ wide
- Exhibit Development: Developed at the University of Utah Seismograph Stations with funding from the U.S. Geological Survey/National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program. Travel expenses provided by Utah State PTA and Utah Comprehensive Emergency Management EPICenter (Earthquake Preparedness Information Center)
For additional information, or to schedule this exhibit:
send e-mail to : firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 801-585-0354