Earthquake Spectra, the professional journal of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), is published quarterly in both printed and online editions in February, May, August, and November. The online edition is available free to EERI members who register for online access as part of their membership benefits. Institutional non-members may subscribe for $600; you may opt in to receive printed copies shipped via surface mail for the additional cost of $60 to domestic addresses and $100 to international addresses. In addition, all past issues are available for purchase at https://www.eeri.org/earthquake-spectra/.
You may download the 2017 price list here. Subscription rate includes online access to all issues. To subscribe, please fill out a Spectra Institutional subscription form and mail it to us along with payment as subscriptions must be prepaid. Payments received for new or renewal subscriptions for a current calendar year are not accepted after August 31st. The subscription would be entered for the following year if payment is received after August 31st.
EERI established Earthquake Spectra with the purpose of improving the practice of earthquake hazards mitigation, preparedness, and recovery. It is intended to serve the informational needs of the diverse professionals engaged in earthquake loss reduction: civil, geotechnical, mechanical, and structural engineers; geologists, seismologists, and other earth scientists; architects and city planners; public officials; social scientists; and researchers in all these disciplines. Earthquake Spectra serves as the publication of record for the development of earthquake engineering practice, earthquake codes and regulations, earthquake public policy, and earthquake investigation reports. Manuscripts published in Earthquake Spectra are peer reviewed. The manuscript submission and peer review process is handled electronically at eqs.msubmit.net , with authors, journal staff, the editorial board, and reviewers all participating.
Periodically, EERI publishes special issues of Earthquake Spectra, either as theme issues or as reconnaissance reports on major earthquakes. All back issues can be viewed and searched at the EQS Online site.
Earthquake Spectra is indexed in the following sources:
Scholars who need to properly format references or citations can download an Endnote library file with 949 papers published in Earthquake Spectra from Volume 1 Number 1 in 1984 through May 2006:
- Download EndNote library file (1.3Mb)
A PDF document listing of all 949 Earthquake Spectra articles through May 2006 by year and then alphabetically by author is also available:
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