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Taiwanese Students Use Personal Seismic Sensors to Monitor Earthquakes
document Distributed Knowledge

Pocket-sized MEMS sensors are being mounted to the floors of classrooms and students’ homes, where they connect to an open-source citizen science platform so scientists can analyze the Earth’s...

Tonya Van Dijk Mar 27, 2012 06:02 am GMT1163 views
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Taiwanese Students Use Personal Seismic Sensors to Monitor Earthquakes
East Coasters Turn to Twitter During Virginia Earthquake
document 

It’s not yet clear how far the earthquake spread, although an early user-generated map gives an idea of where it has been felt. On Twitter, witnesses are saying that tremors have occured as far...

Benjamin FosselAug 23, 2011 09:00 pm GMT2592 views
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East Coasters Turn to Twitter During Virginia Earthquake
Mapping Japan Earthquake Debris and other Crowdsourcing GIS News
document Distributed Knowledge

Now, The Province is offering an interactive map on its web-site where readers can post the sites where they find Japanese debris. Simply log on to theprovince.com/debris and follow the instructions.

Samuel BennettJan 09, 2012 12:49 pm GMT2088 views
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Mapping Japan Earthquake Debris and other Crowdsourcing GIS News
The Tech Used to Help in Haiti's Earthquake Recovery
document Distributed Knowledge

What the crisis in Haiti showed was that the tools they'd played with could be used to do real work in the world. SMS wasn't just for telling people about parties; it could be used to let...

Samuel BennettJan 13, 2012 12:14 pm GMT1066 views
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The Tech Used to Help in Haiti's Earthquake Recovery
Scientists turning to crowdsourcing to gather more information about earthquakes
document 

Earthquakes are a collective experience. Citizens have long participated in earthquake science through the reporting, collection, and analysis of individual experiences. The value of...

Samuel BennettJan 21, 2012 01:37 am GMT1448 views
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Scientists turning to crowdsourcing to gather more information about earthquakes
How Facebook and Twitter Help Sound the Official Earthquake Alarm
document 

Scott Horvatt and the USGS start crowdsourcing and responding to followers’ questions. They send out a “Did You Feel It?” message with a link to a form that collects first-hand reports of major...

Jason RobbinsFeb 21, 2012 12:35 pm GMT1365 views
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How Facebook and Twitter Help Sound the Official Earthquake Alarm
“Japan in a Day” marks one year since earthquake
document Crowd Creativity

"Japan in a Day" is a collaboration of Japan’s Fuji Television Network and Ridley Scott’s production company Scott Free Productions. It is intended to follow Scott’s previous crowdsourced...

Sebastian BlancaMar 12, 2012 09:28 am GMT1578 views
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“Japan in a Day” marks one year since earthquake
Who cares if Twitter mentioned the earthquake first?
document Distributed Knowledge

It seems the same people on Twitter who bemoan the falling standards of mainstream media reporting are the ones who want the media to completely throw aside the idea of reporting and simple shout...

Jayne AnnJun 25, 2012 08:29 am GMT867 views
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Who cares if Twitter mentioned the earthquake first?
Report Looks At Successful Government Crowdsourcing Efforts For Earthquake Monitoring
article Distributed Knowledge

The new report, Transforming Earthquake Detection and Science Through Citizen Seismology, also looks at how future efforts could be improved. Successful crowdsourcing projects at the federal...

Samuel BennettJul 11, 2013 06:51 am GMT957 views
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Report Looks At Successful Government Crowdsourcing Efforts For Earthquake Monitoring
Earthquake in Japan: Who to Call for Information on Relatives in Japan
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Google has also created a crisis response page which collects emergency information numbers in Japan and has a crowdsourced “person finder” feature.

Adam FrazerMar 12, 2011 09:01 am GMT3387 views
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Earthquake in Japan: Who to Call for Information on Relatives in Japan
Japan Earthquake Response
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As an initial step, in an effort to raise global awareness and help prevent future loss of lives, The Global Innovation Commons are making available a list of all patent disclosures and open source...

Tonya Van Dijk Mar 20, 2011 08:31 pm GMT2236 views
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 Japan Earthquake Response
Turkey earthquake: Twitter plea for help gets 17,000 responses
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At the heart of these efforts was Erhan Çelik, a journalist for Turkey's Kanal 7 TV station. Around five hours after the quake struck in Van province, as it become clear that many thousands...

Benjamin FosselOct 24, 2011 12:48 pm GMT2507 views
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Turkey earthquake: Twitter plea for help gets 17,000 responses
Tweets mentioning "earthquake" immediately following Virginia earthquake on 08/23/2011
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A heat map of the frequency of tweets mentioning the word "earthquake" in the 5 minutes after the Virginia earthquake on 08/23/2011. The locations are self-reported by Twitter users and...

Archenette EvangelioJan 21, 2012 08:42 pm GMT949 views
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Video: Surfers, Fishermen and Radiation in Post Earthquake Japan
document 

Updates on how crowdfunding efforts are coming along and new releases are available at the projects Facebook page We Are All Radioactive. Videos and the website are in both Japanese and English,...

Samuel BennettMar 20, 2012 03:21 am GMT1396 views
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Video: Surfers, Fishermen and Radiation in Post Earthquake Japan
We Are All Radioactive - official teaser
video Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge

Through crowdsourcing platform IndieGoGo, We Are All Radioactive is raising funds to release the different episodes of their web series progressively: as soon as they get enough money for one...

Samuel BennettMar 20, 2012 05:29 am GMT1366 views
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We Are All Radioactive - official teaser
NetQuakes: Monitoring Earthquakes with Help from the Crowd
Distributed Knowledge

Earthquake monitoring and analysis have come a long way in the last few years. In 2009, the USGS and the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN) launched NetQuakes, distributing seismometers to volunteers in order to improve post-quake analysis.

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Eric BlattbergAug 27, 2012 09:32 pm GMT10182 views
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In Italy, Online Tool Monitors Aid Money Post-Earthquake
article Tools

While L'Aquila citizens are still suffering from the loss of a beloved one or their home, they also feel betrayed by the institutions that promised a fast reconstruction process.That is why...

Tonya Van Dijk Sep 15, 2013 11:05 am GMT1470 views
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In Italy, Online Tool Monitors Aid Money Post-Earthquake
Charting the Catastrophe: Map Matches Earthquake Videos to Location
document 

Esri came up with an addictive mashup of YouTube videos, Flickr photos, and tweets from the front lines of the disaster. Pinpoint where each quake and aftershock struck, then see the damage from...

Tim SatterthwaiteMar 13, 2011 10:25 pm GMT4151 views
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Charting the Catastrophe: Map Matches Earthquake Videos to Location
Quakebook: International Sorrow Finds an Outlet Online
document Crowd Creativity

2:46: Aftershocks: Stories from the Japan Earthquake, also known Quakebook, is a collection of essays, eyewitness accounts, artwork and photographs sourced almost entirely through Twitter from...

Tonya Van Dijk Apr 26, 2011 03:09 am GMT2206 views
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Quakebook: International Sorrow Finds an Outlet Online
Quake-Catcher Network
site Distributed Knowledge / Emergency Response

The Quake-Catcher Network (QCN) is a collaborative initiative for developing the world's largest, low-cost strong-motion seismic network by utilizing sensors in and attached to...

Fiona MaresAug 06, 2011 09:47 am GMT5137 views
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Quake-Catcher Network
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