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Earthquake Likelihood Map

Earthquakes are one of the most devastating natural disasters that can cause significant damage to lives and property. However, predicting when and where an earthquake will occur is a challenging task that requires advanced scientific methods and data analysis. One of the companies that provides high-resolution earthquake risk maps that change based on short-term earthquake risk is Earling, a company that uses artificial intelligence and satellite data and exclusive models to detect earthquake precursors.

Earthquake risk maps show the probability of an earthquake of magnitude 6 or higher occurring within a radius of 100 km from any point on the map. The maps are updated daily and can be accessed through Earling’s website. Earthquake likelihood map can help users to prepare for potential earthquakes and reduce their impact by taking preventive measures such as securing furniture, stocking up on supplies, and evacuating if necessary.

Earthquake likelihood map data can also be used to transfer earthquake financial risk exactly before the event occurs. This can speed up the recovery stage and also decrease the impacts of unusual earthquakes. For example, Earling’s data helps risk takers like insurance companies to adjust their premiums and payouts based on the current earthquake risk level, or help risk owners like governments, residents, businesses and humanitarian organizations to allocate resources and aid more efficiently.

Earling has been detected the risk of earthquakes larger than 6 a few days in advance in California. For instance, Earling issued a high-risk alert for a magnitude 6.4 earthquake near Petrolia, California, on December 20, 2022, a few days before the quake actually happened. Earling also detected a high-risk alert for a magnitude 7.8 earthquake near Gaziantep, Turkey, on February 6, 2023, three days before the quake struck.

Earling’s earthquake likelihood map is a valuable tool that can help users to be more aware of the seismic activity around them and take appropriate actions to protect themselves and their assets. Earling also provides other information and services related to earthquakes, such as news, events, publications, consultation, and emergency response2.