The Nisqually, Washington, Earthquake of February 28, 2001: Lifeline Performanceby Peter W. McDonough,
American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA
978-0-7844-0615-1 (ISBN-13) | 0-7844-0615-4 (ISBN-10), 2002, Soft Cover, Pg. ix, 164
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Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering (TCLEE) Monograph 20
Abstract: This TCLEE Monograph details the effects of the Nisqually, Washington, earthquake of February 28, 2001. Despite the magnitude of this 6.8 earthquake, only moderate damage was reported on older structures, and minimal damage was reported on newer engineered buildings. Although catastrophic damage did not occur, investigators did find some significant damage to the lifeline infrastructure, particularly roads, bridges, and the Sea-Tac airport control tower. Topics include geoscience and geotechnical aspects, highway systems, power systems, water supply, wastewater, railways, gas and liquid fuels, communications, airports, marine facilities, fire department response, and hazardous materials.
Subject Headings: Water supply systems | Earthquakes | Damage (structural) | Communication systems | Energy infrastructure | Hydro power | Washington | United States | North America
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