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If you feel an earthquake, you can share your testimony and help us improve our understanding of the felt shaking and the possible damages. - You do not live in an earthquake-prone region Download LastQuake to receive information about the earthquakes around the globe. Support our cause and: - donate to the EMSC to help us improve our free and ad-free services; - join the LastQuakers Seismology community and learn more about earthquake preparedness and response. Data & Confidentiality Why do you need my location? A massive increase of traffic, suddenly detected on the websites (classic and mobile), on the LastQuake app, or on Twitter, means an earthquake might have occurred and been felt by the population in a specific area. Citizen Seismology What is citizen seismology? Citizen Seismology is a cutting-edge scientific approach based on the collaboration between seismologists and citizens who have experienced an earthquake. This novel approach is equally beneficial for both seismologists and citizens and it brings a number of advantages to the fields of seismology, sociology and risk management. Advantages to the field of seismology: - Faster method for earthquake detection; - Helps gather useful information for emergency response; - Helps disseminate information through the various platforms. Advantages to the field of sociology: - Brings a better understanding of the perception that citizens have of earthquakes and the associated risks; - New direct means for citizens to communicate their needs (emotional, relational or related to the earthquake information). Advantages to the field of risk management: - Helps seismologists support citizens before, during, and after a seismic event thanks to social media; - Brings citizens knowledge on the behaviors to adopt in case of an earthquake. The Global Findex Database 2021 The Global Findex Database 2021: Financial Inclusion, Digital Payments, and Resilience in the Age of COVID-19 · Global account ownership increased from 51 ... In addition, you can visit: - the EMSC mobile site - the EMSC desktop website - the EMSC Twitter channel If you felt the earthquake, you are what we call an earthquake witness. By sharing your experience, you can help the EMSC assess the earthquake damages and disseminate earthquake information. Share your testimony by following the “I felt an earthquake” button on: - the EMSC mobile website - LastQuake Personal information is private. Italija bo v Albaniji zgradila migrantska centra 7. nov. 2023 — Albanija bo po dogovoru letno sprejela do 36 tisoč PRENOS V ŽIVO: Slovenija skupaj z Europolom sodelovala v obsežni kriminalistični preiskavi ... Ebel Boutique Hotel, Tirana – posodobljene cene za leto 2023 Prenos športnih dogodkov v živo; Fitnes. Najboljše, kar ponuja Tirana z National Theatre of Opera and Ballet of Albania · Trg Skenderberg · Et ... We ​value the data​ that are shared with us. But, most importantly, we value the ​fundamental rights and freedoms​ of the persons that are related to that data. Hence, we keep all personal information ​private and secure under the GDPR​​. ​ We ​do not​ share, sell, or trade your personal information with anyone. How do you assign geographic names? EMSC is a non political organization. Our policy concerning geographic names usage standardization follows: - the UN rules when they exist, if not - the EU rules when they exist, if not - the French rules We understand that geographic names standardization can be a sensitive topic, this is why we always stick to our established rules. Športna loterija - Rezultati v živo Športna loterija d.d. na spletni strani uporablja piškotke, ki se shranijo na napravo, s katero dostopate do spletne strani. V živo. 20.11. 19:00. 3:1. (3:0; ... We do not share, sell, or trade your personal information with anyone. What to do in case of an earthquake? Experiencing an earthquake can be scary: you may fear for your life and the lives of the people around you. Since no one can predict with certainty when an earthquake will happen, it is important that everyone gets prepared in advance. During the earthquake: Wherever you are (inside, outside), take cover immediately. Move quickly to a nearby safe place. When you arrive Identify safe places (in the hotel room, in the building, in the surroundings) where to find shelter in the event of an earthquake. During an earthquake If you're in your hotel room, go immediately to one of your identified safe places. If you are outdoors, move as far away from buildings. After and earthquake Be prepared for aftershocks. Use your mobile phone for emergency calls only in order to keep lines open for disaster response. Is there a tsunami risk? If you live along the coast in an earthquake-prone region, you may be at risk from tsunamis. AVOID - doorways: doors may slam shut - windows: they can broke - elevators: in case of a power shutdown, you might get trapped inside - coastline: there might be a tsunamis Small earthquake: - you may feel the shaking - shaking can last a few seconds - some minor rattling of objects may occur in your home Large earthquakes: - you feel shaking, which can be violent - shaking can last up to several minutes - you may be unable to walk because of the ground shaking - objects could fall over the floor with violent force - windows may break - lights and power may go off After an earthquake - stay calm, take care of yourself and the people around you if you are able - be prepared for aftershocks - follow the authorities’ information and instructions How can I get involved? You can contribute to LastQuake in many many ways! - You live in an earthquake-prone region Download LastQuake! In case of an earthquake, you will get alerted and receive information about the event. Our ​crowdsourcing tools​ are praised for their high quality, reliability and accuracy. Among them, the ​LastQuake mobile app stands out​ as the most efficient tool, both in terms of rapidity and ease of use. What data do you use and how do you use it? To ​rapidly locate​ the earthquake and to ​improve public information​, EMSC seismologists use a wide range of data: - your location, to locate the seismic events - felt reports, to create a map showing what people experienced during the earthquake - comments, to gather testimonies of the event [we delete offensive comments] - geo-located pictures and videos, to gather visual and audible testimonies of the event [we check them for possible copyright infringement]. An earthquake has only one value of magnitude. Such a value is obtained by analyzing seismic signals. The more seismic signals are analyzed, and the more time is spent on the analysis, the more accurate the resulting magnitude value will be. The intensity is a number (written as a Roman numeral) indicating the damage caused by an earthquake. An earthquake has several intensity values, because the shaking and the damages can vary from place to place depending on the distance from the epicenter. Traveling to earthquake prone regions If you are travelling to a seismically active region, it is best to be aware of your surroundings and take some simple precautions, so you do not put yourself at unnecessary risk. The information provided below is general guidance that follows best international practice. Before you leave - familiarise yourself with the advice on what to do in case of an earthquake; - register with your country's embassy in the destination to which you're travelling. In this way, officials can locate and assist you in the event of an emergency. Crowdsourced earthquake detection is very fast. It can happen sometimes that an earthquake is felt by the population, but seismological data takes more time than usual to be analyzed. In these cases, we display a possible felt event in a certain region, even though precise information on the earthquake parameters, such as the magnitude, are not available yet. Detailed information on the seismic event is updated and published as soon as the earthquake parameters have been retrieved with confidence. Are there earthquakes near me? To check if there have been earthquakes near your location, download LastQuake and open the main page. On the top bar of the main page you will find three buttons: - SIGNIFICANT Here, only felt, strong, or tsunami triggering earthquakes are listed - NEAR ME Here, all earthquakes having a minimum magnitude value and occurring within a maximum distance from your location are listed. To constrain the earthquake location and provide a rapid estimate of the earthquake epicenter, the EMSC seismologists need ​your location​, which can be: - your IP address, if you are visiting the classic website - your mobile phone location, if you are visiting the mobile website or LastQuake app - a descriptive location in your twitter profile (i. e., city, country), if you are looking for the word ‘earthquake’ (or its translations in several languages) on Twitter. If you felt an earthquake, you are an ​earthquake witness​ and can act as a seismic ​sensor​ for the EMSC seismologists and the community. By visiting our websites, by tweeting or by launching the app, you can immediately report the time and location of the earthquake. WHO/Europe | Home Environment and health · Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) » · Haki Roci, 72, received a COVID-19 vaccine at the Air Albania stadium. Our work » · Publications ... COVID-19 Visualizer COVID-19. 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