2 edition of The Northridge, California, earthquake of 17 January 1994 found in the catalog.
by California Dept. of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology in Sacramento, Calif
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Mary C. Woods and W. Ray Seiple.|
|Series||Special publication ;, 116, Special publication (California. Division of Mines and Geology) ;, 116.|
|Contributions||Woods, Mary C., Seiple, W. Ray.|
|LC Classifications||QE89 .A1117 no. 116|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 302 p. :|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||96620931|
The most costly American earthquake since struck Los Angeles on 17 January The magnitude Northridge earthquake resulted from more than 3 meters of reverse slip on a 1 5-kilometer-long south-dipping thrust fault that raised the Santa Susana mountains by as much as 70 centimeters. The fault appears to be truncated by the fault that. Northridge, California Earthquake, Janu , Set 1, NGDC Natural Hazards Slide Sets ; Northridge, California Earthquake, Janu , Set 2, NGDC Natural Hazards Slide Sets ; Photos from John A. Martin & Associates, Inc. Part I (20 Images) Photos from John A. Martin & Associates, Inc. Part II (20 Images).
Geological Survey and Southern California Earthquake Center: The magnitude Northridge, California, earthquake of 17 January Science ; – 3. In Northridge, California, a magnitude earthquake occurs. Sixty people were killed, more than 7, injured, 20, homeless and more t buildings damaged in Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange and San Bernardino Counties. Severe damage occurred in .
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering Vol Issue 3, April , Pages Distribution of Pseudo Spectral Velocity during the Northridge, California, earthquake of 17 January On Janu , a magnitude earthquake known as the Northridge earthquake rocked California's San Fernando Valley—twenty miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles—on a fault no one even knew existed. The earthquake caused an estimated $20 billion in residential damages alone—and only half of that was covered by insurance.
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Northridge earthquake ofearthquake that struck the densely populated San Fernando Valley in southern California, U.S., on Jan. 17, The third major earthquake to occur in the state in 23 years (after the San Fernando Valley and San Francisco–Oakland earthquakes), the Northridge earthquake was the state’s most.
On Januat a.m. PST, a magnitude earthquake centered in Northridge struck the southern California area. Known as the Northridge Earthquake, it caused at least 57 fatalities (a subsequent study put the death toll at 72. Contents. Northridge Earthquake: Janu ; Northridge Earthquake: Aftermath ; At a.m.
on Janua magnitude quake struck the San Fernando Valley, a densely populated. Northridge, California, earthquake of 17 January Sacramento, Calif.: California Dept.
of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mary C Woods; W Ray Seiple.
The Northridge, California, earthquake of 17 January Item Preview remove-circle California, earthquake of 17 January by Woods, Mary C; Seiple, W. Ray. Publication date this is through out the whole book. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number QEA1 C32 no Lifelines performed an important role in emergency response and restoring the community after the 17 January Northridge earthquake.
Telecommunications, radio, and electronic media played a valuable role in directing emergency response for essential services, directing the repairing of damaged lifelines and informing the public of vital information.
Page 17 Educator's Guide Continued Northridge California Earthquake Summary Summary The most damaging earthquake in the history of the United States struck the northern flank of the Los Angeles basin on Janu The magnitude Northridge earthquake occurred on a "blind" or.
The 17 January Northridge, California, earthquake (M w = ) triggered more t landslides over an area of ab km of the landslides were concentrated in a km 2 area that included the Santa Susana Mountains and the mountains north of the Santa Clara River valley.
We mapped landslides triggered by the earthquake in the field and. The Janu Northridge main‐shock was analyzed using an empirical Green's function approach to estimate the spatial and temporal distribution of fault slip.
Far‐field source time functions obtained from seismograms recorded by the Berkeley Digital Seismic Network (BDSN) and TERRAscope stations reveal the distributed nature of the. Introduction. The magnitude M w earthquake that occurred near Northridge, California on Janu produced an extensive set of strong-motion recordings.
The epicenter is located about 32 km northwest of Los Angeles in the densely populated San Fernando Valley. No surface rupture that can be associated unequivocally with the mainshock has yet been found.
magnitude earthquake. UTC at Janu UTC Location: Epicenter atkm from San Fernando ( miles) Greater Los Angeles Area, California. Depth: 5 km. Get this from a library. The Janu Northridge, California earthquake: an EQE summary report. [EQE International.;]. During the Northridge earthquake of January 17 in Los Angeles, California, seven highway bridges suffered partial collapses and another bridges suffered damage ranging from minor cracking to the slumping of abutment fills.
This report thus contains a detailed summary of the performance of eight bridges that suffered major damages. Northridge California Earthquake Janu USGS Response to an Urban Earthquake: Northridge '94 Contributors.
ADMIN; ATLAS; California Integrated Seismic Network: Southern California Seismic Network (Caltech, USGS Pasadena, and Partners) USGS National Earthquake Information Center, PDE; Additional Information. The Rinaldi Strong Motion Accelerogram of the Northridge, California Earthquake of 17 January Mihailo D.
Trifunac,Maria I. Todorovska,and Vincent W. Lee Earthquake Spectra 1, The Northridge Earthquake, JanuCollection CD-ROM – January 1, by Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Multimedia CD "Please retry" $ Author: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. Twenty years ago, on Jan. 17,at a.m., the Northridge earthquake struck Southern California — the magnitude quake killed 60 people and left.
Ground deformation in Granada Hills and Mission Hills resulting from the JanuNorthridge, California, earthquake (SuDoc I ) [U.S. Geological Survey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. California State University, Northridge, enrollm, is a large modern campus sitting almost atop the January 17 epicenter.
It was severely damaged by the earthquake, with the worst damage occurring to a relatively new, four-level, precast concrete parking structure on the east side of the campus, which partially collapsed, as discussed.
The most costly American earthquake since struck Los Angeles on 17 January The magnitude Northridge earthquake resulted from more than 3 meters of reverse slip on a kilometer-long south-dipping thrust fault that raised the Santa Susana mountains by as much as 70 centimeters.
The fault appears to be truncated by the fault that broke in the San Fernando earthquake. More specifically, Thursday’s earthquake was the largest in Southern California since Jan.
17,when the magnitude Northridge earthquake (which was actually centered beneath Reseda.Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering Vol SeptemberPages A note on the power of strong ground motion during the Janu earthquake in Northridge, California.Emerging Infectious Diseases Coccidioidomycosis Following the Northridge Earthquake -- California, From January 24 through Mapersons with laboratory evidence of acute coccidioidomycosis * were identified in Ventura County, California.