About WAPMERR
WAPMERR was created in 2001 in Geneva, Switzerland, as a non-profit organization for the purposes of reducing risk due to disasters and for rescue planning after disasters. More...
Real-Time Loss Estimates
The loss estimates that WAPMERR has issued in real–time since spring of 2003 for magnitude greater than 6 earthquakes worldwide show that we can distinguished between disastrous and inconsequential earthquakes. To receive alerts send request to alert@wapmerr.org.
WAPMERR Participations
The main activities of WAPMERR are developing methods for assessing risk due to natural hazards, creating 3D Geographical Information Systems for real-time monitoring, as well as mapping and analyzing earthquake and tsunami hazard. More...
QLARM
With this computer program and data set we calculate the approximate number of fatalities and injured, as well as damage to buildings, after earthquakes worldwide within less than one hour. We also estimate loss scenarios for likely future earthquakes. More...
Tsunami Research
WAPMERR conducts research on tsunami travel times and historic tsunami heights, together with the Tsunami Laboratory of Novosibirsk, in order to estimate run-up heights for future tsunamis. More...
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Recent real time earthquake loss estimates

Alerts after the Sumatra, Kashmir, Sichuan, and L'Aquila earthquakes