Whittier-Narrows, Loma Prieta, and Northridge earthquakes compared: impacted areas, losses, and damage rates within the total built environment
Steven Gene Catechi, Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research. Program in Urban and Regional Studies
Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research, Program in Urban and Regional Studies, 1996 - Nature - 86 pages
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ABAG analysis Angeles CMSA Annule and Isoseismal Arc/Info Barclay Jones building damage building stock estimates buildings at risk built physical environment calculated California Seismic Safety census tracts center of population Centrographic Measures City Cornell coverage damage cost Damage Rates damaged buildings damaged structures database Density earthquake damage Earthquake Spectra Emergency Services Estimated Repair Cost Figure Geographic Information Systems green tagged impacted area Impacted Counties impacted population Indirect Estimates infrastructure isoseismal map Jones and Nicolaides Loma Prieta Earthquake method metropolitan area metropolitan region million MMI VII Modified Mercalli Intensity Non-Residential Northridge Earthquake number of buildings number of structures October 17 Office of Emergency On-Site Improvements Overview of Impacted Population by Annule population estimates population/building ratio produced R. S. Means Company Residential Richter scale Seismic Safety Commission structures damaged Table total built physical total number total replacement cost Type and Posting U.S. Geological Survey USGS Westendorff Whittier earthquake Whittier event