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Assessment of Post-Disaster Distributed Infrastructure Leve-of-Service Expectations by Stakeholders and Isolated Settlement Communities
Hazards to distributed infrastructure networks are indirect hazards to isolated settlements, and communities may be affected even if a settlement is not directly impacted. - Key services are provided to settlements by ...
Site-Specific Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Maps of New Zealand for 475 year and 2-475 year Reurn Period
The latest two great earthquake sequences; 2010- 2011 Canterbury Earthquake and 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake, necessitate a better understanding of the New Zealand seismic hazard condition for new building design and detailed ...
Improving Earthquake building Resilience in Provincial Towns - Adaptive Reuse Approach
Abstract A growing acceptance that property redevelopment and sustainable town centre regeneration is a responsive strategy to the regulatory demands of seismic strengthening in NZ. This project uses a precinct approach ...
Want to Improve Resilience to Seismic Events in New Zealand
To demonstrate a variety of investment options available across a broad spectrum of disciplines covering the built, social, economic, natural, and cultural environments.
A Vs30 Map for New Zealand based on Geology, Topographic Slope and Direct Measurements
Motivation Vs30 (the time-averaged shear wave velocity in the uppermost 30 metres of a given location) is an important engineering parameter used in research and practice. Vs30 is not straightforward or inexpensive to ...