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A Tale of Two Sites: Gilroy #2 and Treasure Island

A Tale of Two Sites: Gilroy #2 and Treasure Island: Site Response Using an Equivalent-Linear Technique. Robert Darragh, the 1997 NEHRP Professional Fellow in Earthquake Hazard Reduction, has completed his report on his six months of research. The report compares recently recorded strong-motion vertical array data to current geotechnical models for site response. The research was conducted with I. M. Idriss, University of California, Davis. Publication and distribution of the report funded by FEMA. December 1997. 55 pp.

Under a cooperative agreement established with FEMA, the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute awards annually -- since 1992 -- a professional fellowship to provide an opportunity for a practicing professional to gain greater skills and broader expertise in earthquake hazards reduction either by enhancing knowledge in the Fellow's own field, or by broadening his or her education in a related, but unfamiliar discipline. This unique fellowship is designed to bring together experienced practitioners with the academic professionals in order to broaden the research base with challenges faced in practice.


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