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Pennsylvania

The Great NorthEast ShakeOut is a multi-state earthquake drill spanning nine states of the northeast United States. Earthquake information for Pennsylvania is below.

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State Points of Contact
Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency
Heather F. Davis-Jenkins, Director, Bureau of Strategic Planning
    heathdavis@pa.gov, (717) 346-3147
Jason L. Godin, Emergency Management Specialist
    jgodin@pa.gov, (717) 346.3143
Thomas S. Hughes, State Hazard Mitigation Officer
    thughes@pa.gov (717) 671.3616

Regional ShakeOut Coordinators
Northeast States Emergency Consortium (NESEC)
Ed Fratto, Executive Director
    efratto@nesec.org, (781) 224-9876
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region III
Stephanie Nixon, Emergency Management Program Specialist
    stephanie.nixon@fema.dhs.gov, (215) 931-5638

PARTICIPANTS

people are currently registered to participate in this year's Great NorthEast ShakeOut.

are from Pennsylvania

Number of Pennsylvania participants in each category

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EARTHQUAKE HAZARDS

Map of Pennsylvania earthquake history

Earthquakes in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey

Earthquake Information for New Jersey
United States Geological Survey

Recent Earthquakes in the Northeast
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

New Jersey Earthquake History
United States Geological Survey

Earthquake Information for the Northeast
Northeast States Emergency Consortium

Earthquakes In and Near the Northeastern United States, 1638-1998
United States Geological Survey

Cape Ann earthquake of 1755
United States Geological Survey

Why Does the Earth Quake in New England?
Weston Observatory, Boston College

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The Great NorthEast ShakeOut Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!