EHP

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EHPEnvironmental Health Perspectives (journal)
EHPEarthquake Hazards Program (US Geological Survey)
EHPEnvironmental Health Project
EHPElectron-Hole Pair
EHPEmekci Hareket Partisi (Workers' Movement Party)
EHPEastern Highlands Province (PNG)
EHPEnvironmental Health Program
EHPEurópsky Hospodársky Priestor (Slovak: European Economic Area)
EHPEffective Horse Power
EHPElectro Hydraulic Parking Brake
EHPEnvironmental Health Practitioner
EHPElectric Heat Pump
EHPEarly Harvest Program
EHPEnvironmental/Historic Preservation
EHPEducational Homestay Programs
EHPEmployee Health Program
EHPElectrical Horsepower
EHPÉcole Hôtelière de Provence (French: Hotel School of Provence; Provence, France)
EHPEfficient Hours Played (gaming)
EHPEnriched Housing Program (New York)
EHPElectro-Hydraulic Pump
EHPEssential Health Care Package
EHPElectric Human Project (record label)
EHPEnhanced High Performance
EHPExtended High Power
EHPEffective Horsepower
EHPElectronic Health Plans, Inc.
EHPEndriss, Hinterwimmer and Repp
EHPExplosive Hazard Pre-Detonation (US Army)
EHPEffective Hit Point (video games)
EHPEntity Handover Protocol
EHPElectron-Hole Potential method
EHPEngineering Heritage Plaque (Australia)
EHPElectrical Hull Penetration
EHPEmployee Health Programs, Inc.
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As per USGS, Earthquake Hazards Program, the number of earthquakes in the magnitude of 5-5.9 globally were recorded to be around 1,574 in 2014, which further increased to 1,674 in 2018.
Zoback served at the United States Geological Survey from 1978 to 2006, including as a senior research scientist and program coordinator for the Northern California Earthquake Hazards Program.
Geological Survey's Earthquake Hazards Program. "Of these, the only quantity that can be measured is that which is radiated through the earth." Likewise, only this radiated energy--which is what shakes buildings and is recorded by seismographs--could be harnessed given the dedication of enough resources and the proper implementation of the right technologies.
Geological Survey's Earthquake Hazards Program in Pasadena, said: "At this point, we know that one GPS station moved, and we have seen a map from GSI in Japan showing the pattern of shift over a large area is consistent with about that much shift of the land mass."
(2) USGS Earthquake Hazards Program, Quaternary Fault and Fold Database of the United States http://earthquake.usgs.gov/hazards/qfaults/.
The students use relations found on the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Earthquake Hazards Program website to calculate the different earthquake magnitude types used by earthquake seismologists.
Fueling the new attitude are tools, knowledge, technologies and data that researchers didn't have before, says Mike Blanpied of the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program and the National Earthquake Prediction Evaluation Council.
Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program, http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eqinthenews/2011/ usc0001xgp/#details.
The students use relations found at the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program page to calculate the different earthquake magnitude types used by earthquake seismologists.
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