Abstract

The Pacific coast of the contiguous United States hosts the highest seismic risk in the country due to the intersection of high‐seismic hazard and the high densities of population and infrastructure. The regional seismic networks in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, and California have operated for many years and have collected long catalogs and large amounts of seismic waveform data in a variety of formats, including digital records. These data are available for engineering purposes and research into earthquakes, other natural and man‐made seismic sources, and the Earth’s structure. The West Coast networks are closely coordinating as they embark on the implementation of West Coast ShakeAlert, an earthquake early warning system.

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