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**Lutz, K. A.; Kiremidjian, A. S.**

Generalized Semi-Markov Process for Modeling Spatially and Temporally Dependent Earthquakes.

National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.; Electric Power Research Inst., Palo Alto, CA., cJuly 1993, 102 p.

Keywords:**Seismic hazards; Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Faults (Geology); Site characterization; Earth movements; Forecasting; Markov processes; Structural geology; Mathematical models; Tectonics****Andrus, R. D.; Chung, R. M.**

Ground Improvement Techniques for Liquefaction Remediation Near Existing Lifelines.

October 1995, 94 p.

Identifying Number(s): NISTIR-5714

Keywords:**Dams; Earth movements; Ground subsidence; Bridges (Structures); Mixing; Earthquake resistance; Pipelines; Soil structure interactions; Grouting; Soil dynamics; Drainage; Storage tanks; Soil mechanics; Liquefaction; Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Lifeline systems; Seismic effects; Displacement; Conduits; Deformation; Cost estimates; Soil stabilization****Lindeberg, P.**

Dynamic Earth: The Story of Plate Tectonics.

December 2001, 81 p.

Identifying Number(s): ISBN-0-16-048220-8

Keywords:**; Earth crusts; Climatic changes; Earthquakes; Geology; Earth movements; Plate tectonics; Surfaces; Earth atmosphere; Geophysics; Maps; Volcanoes****Evans, J. R.**

SideBar Computer Program, a Seismic-Shaking Intensity Meter: Users' Manual and Software Description (Release 3.0.TO).

January 2003, 26 p.

Identifying Number(s): USGS/OFR-03-202

Keywords:**Configuration file example; ShakeMap; Figures; Ground motion; Seismic-shaking intensity meters; Seismographs; SideBar computer program; Computer software; Earthquakes; WEB sources; Seismic intensity; Earth movements; User's manuals; Tables (Data); Tremor seismographs****Yamazaki, Y.**

Inelastic Torsional Response of Structures Subjected to Earthquake Ground Motions.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., April 1980, 165 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-80/07

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Ground motion; Elastic properties; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquakes; Earth movements; Plastic properties; Structures; Dynamic structural analysis****Miller, R. K.; Felszeghy, S. F.**

Engineering Features of the Santa Barbara Earthquake of August 13, 1978.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., December 1978, 136 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCSB-ME-78-2

Keywords:**Ground motion; Damage assessment; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Santa Barbara (California); Earthquake resistant structures; Transportation; Earthquakes; Soil dynamics; Earth movements; Utilities; California; Seismic waves****Wang, L. R. L.; O'Rourke, M. J.; Pikul, R. R.**

Seismic Vulnerability, Behavior and Design of Buried Pipelines, Final Report of Phase I Study. (Seismic Vulnerability, Behavior and Design of Underground Piping Systems).

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., March 1979, 148 p.

Keywords:**Seismic waves; Dynamic structural analysis; Ground motion; New York; Earthquake engineering; Risk analysis; Pipelines; Earthquakes; Buried pipelines; Earth movements; Albany (New York); Piping systems; Pipe joints; Subsurface structures; California; San Fernando earthquake; Seismic risk****Keilis-Borok, V. I.; Kronrod, T. L.; Molchan, G. M.**

Algorithm for the Estimation of Seismic Risk (Seismic Design Decision Analysis.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., December 1974, 36 p.

Identifying Number(s): INTERNAL STUDY-46

Keywords:**Seismic waves; Ground motion; Poisson density functions; Earthquake engineering; Risk analysis; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Probability theory; Translations; Earth movements; Mathematical models; Algorithms; Seismic risk****Protonotarios, J. N.**

Soil Amplification Studies for Typical Soil Profiles in the Boston Area, Optimum Seismic Protection for New Building Construction in Eastern Metropolitan Areas.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., September 1972, 32 p.

Keywords:**Seismic waves; Boston (Massachusetts); Soil profiles; Earthquake engineering; Soil dynamics; Secondary waves; Massachusetts; Earth movements; Seismic risk****Morgan, J. R.; Hall, W. J.; Newmark, N. M.**

Response of Simple Structural Systems in Traveling Seismic Waves.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., September 1979, 127 p.

Identifying Number(s): ['STRUCTURAL RESEARCH SER-467', 'UILU-ENG-79-2015']

Keywords:**Superposition (Mathematics); Ground motion; Buildings; Building codes; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Traveling waves; Theses; Earthquakes; Soil structure interactions; Plane waves; Earth movements; Mathematical models; Seismic waves**