Geographic information systems and their application in geotechnical earthquake engineering

Geographic information systems and their application in geotechnical earthquake engineering

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Chapters detail what would be required in a qperfectq GIS from an earthquake engineering viewpoint; the need for standards for transfer of geotechnical information; storage and data quality considerations; and hardware/software options given the technology available today.proceedings of a workshop, Penta Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, January 29-30, 1993 J . David Frost, Jean-Lou A. Chameau, ... aquot;Computer Programs for Seismic Hazard Analysis: A Users Manual (Stanford Seismic Hazard Analysis- - STASHA), aquot; Stanford Technical Report, Palo Alto, CA. ... WATER FORUM a#39;92, Baltimore, MD, pp.


Title:Geographic information systems and their application in geotechnical earthquake engineering
Author: J. David Frost, Jean-Lou A. Chameau, National Science Foundation (U.S.), Earthquake Hazard Mitigation Program (U.S.), Geomechanical, Geotechnical, and Geo-Environmental Systems Program (U.S.), American Society of Civil Engineers. Technical Council on Computer Practices
Publisher:Amer Society of Civil Engineers - 1993-07
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