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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

Earthquake Hazard Mapping for Land Use and Emergency Planning

Paper 2003 - 2

Summary of Conference Presentations

Edited by Victor M. Levson and Sheila Jonnes

 

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Table of Contents

PREFACE……………………….……………………………………………………..…...iii
PDF document, 125 Kb)

1. Matthew A. Mabey and Ian P. Madin: Earthquake Hazard Assessment, The Local Geologic Component……………………………………………………………………...1
PDF document, 1083 Kb)

2. Gerald O. Uba: Applications of Earthquake Hazard Maps to Land-Use and Emergency Planning, Examples from the Portland Area……………………………….…………….11
PDF document, 644 Kb)

3. Cliff Marks: Applications of Earthquake Hazard Maps to Land-Use Planning and Regulations in Seattle…………………………………………………………………….17
(PDF document, 3243 Kb)

4. Thomas C. Vlasic: Land-Use Applications of Earthquake Hazard Maps, California Experience………………………………………………………………………………..27
(PDF document, 2672 Kb)

5. Victor M. Levson, Paul F. Matysek, Patrick A. Monahan and Bryan D. Watts: Earthquake Hazard Mapping in British Columbia: Status, Demand and Methodology Development……………………………………………………………………….….....37
(PDF document, 860 Kb)

6. Bryan D. Watts and S.W. Hollingshead: Seismic Microzonation Assessment and Map-ping for Land-Use Planning: Data Availability, Survey Results and Revised Data Model………………………………………………………………………………….….53
 (PDF document, 732 Kb)

7. Patrick A. Monahan and Victor M. Levson: Chilliwack Seismic Microzonation Project - Data Collection and Geological Overview………………………………………..……61
(PDF document, 524 Kb)

8. Harold D. Foster, Norman E. Hardy and Colin J.B. Wood: The Role of Earthquake Hazard Mapping in Disaster Simulations and Exercises: Case Studies from British Columbia…………………………………………………………………………………69
(PDF document, 1457 Kb)

9. Ann M. Katrichak, James F. Finch, Tim E. Little and Fred P.P. Turner: A West Coast Utility's Approach to Mitigating Earthquake Hazards………………………….…81
(PDF document, 454 Kb)

10. Chang-Jo F. Chung and Yvon Leclerc: Use of Quantitative Techniques for Zoning Landslide Hazard…………………………………………………………………………91
(PDF document,  625 Kb)

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