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  • Scalzi, J.
    Development of Methodology for Retrofitting Water Lifelines for Improved Seismic Resistance.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Directorate for Engineering., March 1985, 194 p.
    Keywords: Earthquake resistance; Earthquakes; Water pipelines; Water supply; Water resources; Utilities; Benefit cost analysis; Retrofitting

  • Matthiesen, R. B.
    Planning and Design of Strong-Motion Instrument Networks, United States - Japan Panel on Wind and Seismic Effects, May 18-21, 1976.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., May 21, 1976, 17 p.
    Keywords: Ground motion; Seismic detection; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Earth movements; Seismic arrays; Recording instruments; Benefit cost analysis

  • Vagliente, V. N.
    Forecasting the Risk Inherent in Earthquake Resistant Design.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., May 1973, 240 p.
    Identifying Number(s): TR-174
    Keywords: Fortran 5 programming language; Dynamic structural analysis; Hazards; Risk; Computer programs; Earthquake engineering; High rise buildings; Earthquake resistant structures; Risk analysis; Theses; Structural design; Mobile homes; Design criteria; Fortran; Benefit cost analysis; Seismic risk

  • de Neufville, R.
    How Do We Evaluate and Choose Between Alternative Codes for Design and Performance.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., February 1975, 38 p.
    Identifying Number(s): MIT-CE-R75-3
    Keywords: Ground motion; Buildings; Building codes; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Risk; Probability density functions; Seismic design; Seismic design decision analysis; Earthquakes; Safety factor; Benefit cost analysis; Seismic risk

  • Munroe, T.; Blair, C.
    Economic Impact in Seismic Design Decision Analysis: A Preliminary Investigation.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., June 1975, 100 p.
    Identifying Number(s): MIT-CE-R75-25
    Keywords: Economic impact; Ground motion; Buildings; Damage assessment; Earthquake engineering; Boston (Massachusetts); San Francisco (California); Earthquake resistant structures; Seismic design; Seismic design decision analysis; Earthquakes; Decision making; Puget Sound; Benefit cost analysis; Seismic risk

  • Singh, H.; Thayer, M. A.; Murdoch, J. C.
    Loma Prieta Earthquake: An Event Study of Changes in Risk Perceptions and the Housing Market.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Div. of Industrial Science and Technological Innovation., January 1992, 117 p.
    Keywords: San Francisco Bay Area; Earthquake damage; Risk; Market value; Residential buildings; Perception; Soil properties; Loma Prieta Earthquake; Prices; California; Least squares method; Benefit cost analysis; Economic factors

  • Hirschberg, J. G.; Gordon, P.; Petak, W. J.
    Natural Hazards: Socio-Economic Impact Assessment Model.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Div. of Policy Research and Analysis., July 1978, 320 p.
    Keywords: Tsunamis; Risk assessment; Risk; Storm surges; Social effect; Gales; Hurricanes; Economic impact; Rivers; Earthquakes; Demand (Economics); Mathematical models; Wind (Meteorology); Clay soils; Expansion; Benefit cost analysis; Floods; Disasters; Damage; Landslides; Tornadoes; Input output analysis; United States; Socioeconomic impact assessment model

  • Whitman, R. V.
    Risk-Based Seismic Design Criteria for Lifelines, Seismic Design Decision Analysis.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., November 1973, 34 p.
    Identifying Number(s): INTERNAL STUDY-37
    Keywords: Buildings; Risk; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Risk analysis; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Structural design; Benefit cost analysis; Decision theory; Seismic risk

  • Atkisson, A. A.; Petak, W. J.; Alesch, D. J.; Kraft, M. E.; Littig, D. M.
    Natural Hazards and Public Policy: Recommendations for Public Policies to Mitigate the Effects of Natural Hazard Exposures in the United States.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Div. of Policy Research and Analysis., December 1978, 181 p.
    Identifying Number(s): UWGB/PPPA-78-2
    Keywords: Damage; Risk; Risk assessment; Local government; Earthquakes; State government; Government policies; Benefit cost analysis; Disasters; Floods