HAZUS simulation: 1882 Earthquake, Rocky Mountain National Park Epicenter M 6.6, CEUS Attenuation


The Colorado Earthquake Hazard Mitigation Council (CEHMC) is a multi-disciplinary organization that is developing a better understanding of earthquake hazards in Colorado. Council members include emergency and risk managers, geologists, geophysicists, seismologists, along with civil, mechanical, geotechnical, and structural engineers from the private sector, academia, and government. The CEHMC has been in existence in various forms for more than thirty years.


CEHMC meeting are held on line the third Thursday of every other month beginning in January. Any interested parties are welcome to attend but should contact Rob Jackson at the email below.


Rob Jackson, co-chair, Consulting Engineer, Amentum Services, Inc.
Matt Morgan, co-chair, Colorado Geological Survey
Mark Zellman, secretary, BGC Engineering.