Earthquakes without Frontiers (EwF) was a project funded jointly by the UK’s Natural Environment Research Council and Economic and Social Research Council, with the aim of increasing resilience to earthquakes in Eurasia.
The project ran from July 2012 to July 2018. An overview summary of the project, with its principal outcomes conclusions was put together in a report written after the end-of-project meeting in July 2018, and can be accessed here.
Although the project is no longer funded, the international partnerships created within EwF still exist, and we hope to continue collaborating with our partners in their countries, and to encourage interactions between them.
We shall periodically update this website to provide links to outputs that are still to come from this project.
EwF partners from NSET in Nepal, Ranjan Dhungel (L) and Amod Dixit (R), with Kanatbek Abdrakhmatov (centre, from the Institute of Seismology, Kyrgyzstan) in the Chon-Aksu Valley of Kyrgyzstan, examining the faulting from the 1911 earthquake that damaged Almaty (Kazakhstan) beyond the distant mountains.