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Proceedings of SMIP01 Seminar on Utilization of Strong-Motion Data

September 12, 2001

Los Angeles, California

 

Edited by Moh Huang


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Table of Contents


Preface

Improved Shaking and Damage Parameters for Post-Earthquake Applications
Yousef Bozorgnia and Vitelmo Bertero

1

Implications of Ground Motion Data Recorded in the M7.6 Chi-Chi, Taiwan Earthquake of September 21, 1999
Yi-Ben Tsai

23

TriNet/CISN Engineering Strong Motion Data Center and the Internet Quick Report
Kuo-Wan Lin, Anthony Shakal and Christopher Stephens

53

Implications of Strong Motion Data from the 2001 Nisqually, Washington Earthquake
C.B. Crouse

65

Guidelines for Utilizing Strong-Motion and ShakeMap Data in Postearthquake Response: An Overview
Christopher Rojahn, Craig Comartin and Stephanie King

83

Guidelines for Utilizing ShakeMaps for Emergency Response
Stephanie King, Craig Comartin, Evan Reis, Sarah Nathe and Maurice Power

93

Guidelines for Utilizing Strong-Motion Data for Postearthquake Evaluation of Structures
A. Gerald Brady and Christopher Rojahn

109

Consortium of Organizations for Strong Motion Observation Systems
J. Carl Stepp

123