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Selected Bibliography

Excerpts from the following published and unpublished manuscripts were used to compile the data for this administrative report. The investigative Tasks assigned to the U.S. Geological Survey are noted in parentheses following the citations.

Bernknopf, Richard L., A risk-assessment method for making earthquake loss-reduction choices. (Tasks 28, 31, 33)

Carver, David, and Hartzell, Stephen, Ground motion amplification at the I-10 bridge collapses. (Tasks 6, 12, 16, 21, 22, 26, 27)

Celebi, Mehmet K., Ground motions that contributed to the large movements in buildings and implications. (Task 26, 27)

______Study of performance of instrumented buildings. (Tasks 26, 27)

Dewey, J.W., Dengler, L., Reagor, B.G., and Moley, K., 1995, Spatial variations of intensity in the Northridge earthquake, in Woods, Mary C., and Seiple, W. Ray, eds., The Northridge, California, earthquake of 17 January 1994: California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology Special Publication 116, p. 39-46. (Tasks 3, 6)

_______Spatial variations of intensity in the Northridge earthquake. (Tasks 3, 6)

Dewey, J.W., Reagor, B.G., Dengler, L., and Moley, K., Intensity distribution and isoseismal maps for the Northridge, California, earthquake of January 17, 1994: National Earthquake Information Center: U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-92. (Tasks 2, 3, 6)

Frankel, Arthur C., Assessing linearity of soil response. (Task 14)

______Sedimentary basin effects on ground motions in the San Fernando Valley. (Tasks 6, 8, 10, 29)

______Effects of the Northridge earthquake on seismic-hazard maps. (Tasks 19, 20, 29)

______Seismic-hazard maps for the Los Angeles region. (Tasks 1, 19, 20)

Fuis, G.S., Imaging faults with seismic methods. (Tasks 4, 8)

Fuis, Gary S., Okaya, David A., Clayton, Robert W., Brocher, Thomas M., Henyey, Thomas M., Davis, Paul M., Benthien, Mark L., Mori, James, Catchings, Rufus D., Ryuberg, Trond, Brink, Uri S, Klitgord, Kim D., and Bohannon, Robert G., 1995, Preliminary crustal images from the Los Angeles region seismic experiment (LARSE), southern California: Submitted to EOS [Transactions of the American Geophysical Union] [Sept. 95]. (Task 2, 4, 8)

Fumal, T.E., Schwartz, D.P., and Rymer, M.J., Earthquake recurrence along the 1971 San Fernando rupture segment of the Sierra Madre fault. (Tasks 4, 7)

Harmsen, Stephen, Site response determined from mainshock records. (Tasks 6)

Harp, Edwin L., and Jibson, Randall W., 1995, Inventory of landslides triggered by the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake: U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-213. (Tasks 1, 2, 23)

Hartzell, Stephen, Site response determined from aftershock records. (Tasks 1, 6, 19, 21, 22)

Holzer, Thomas, Tinsley, John, Ponti, Dan, and Bennett, M.J., Ground cracking at the surface—liquefaction and lateral spreads. (Tasks 1, 2, 17, 24)

Hudnut, K.W., Shen, Z., Murray, M., McClusky, S., King, R., Herring, T., Hager, B., Feng, Y., Fang, P., Donnellan, A., and Brock, Y., 1996, Co-seismic displacements of the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake: Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, Special Issue—Northridge Earthquake. (Tasks 2, 5, 8)

Jibson, Randall W., and Harp, Edwin L., Landsliding from the 1994 Northridge earthquake. (Tasks 1, 2, 23)

Jones, L.M., Public information on earthquake probabilities. (Tasks 4, 33, 35)

Joyner, W.B., Gibbs, J.F., Tinsley, J.C., and Boore, D.M., Downhole investigations at strong-motion sites for the Northridge earthquake. (Task 13)

Ponti, Dan, Ground failure. (Tasks 1, 2, 17, 24)

Safak, Erdal, Comparative analyses of the recorded responses of the Holiday Inn building in Van Nuys, California, during the 1971 San Fernando and the 1994 Northridge earthquakes. (Tasks 26, 27)

______Recorded and predicted response of the base-isolated U.S.C. hospital. (Tasks 26, 27)

Safak, Erdal, Borcherdt, Roger, and Glossmoyer, G., Prediction of the main shock response of the collapsed I5-R14 Interchange from aftershock recordings. (Tasks 12, 16, 21)

Schwartz, D.P., Ponti, D.J., Fumal, T.E., Hecker, S., Kendrick, K.J., Tinsley, J.C., III, Rymer, M.J., Sharp, R.V., Garvin, C.D., and Hamilton, J.C., Geologic investigations of earthquake recurrence in the San Fernando Valley. (Tasks 2, 4, 7)

Spudich, Paul, Tarzana site observations. (Tasks 2, 6, 15)

Stephenson, W.J., Williams, R.A., Odum, J.K., and Worley, D.M., High-resolution seismic-reflection survey crossing an area of higher damage in Sherman Oaks, California: Matilija Avenue. (Tasks 11, 12)

Tarr, Arthur C., Summary report of work performed by the Computer Graphics Laboratory in support of USGS Northridge earthquake projects. (Support for Tasks 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 16, 19; Task 32)

Thywissen, Katharina, and Boatwright, John, Mapping shaking intensity in Los Angeles County from municipal damage data. (Tasks 3, 12)

Tinsley, J.C., III, Ponti, D.J., Holzer, T.L., and Bennett, M.J., Ground failure studies: Liquefaction, settlements and soil failure in alluvium, and their effects on the built environment. (Tasks 1, 2, 12, 17, 24, 25)

U.S. Geological Survey, 1994, Northridge, California, earthquake of January 17, 1994: U.S. Geological Survey, Earthquakes & Volcanoes, v. 25, no. 1, 55 p. (Tasks 1, 2, 4, 5, 8)

______1994, Northridge, California, earthquake of January 17, 1994: U.S. Geological Survey, Earthquakes & Volcanoes, v. 25, no. 2, 56 p. (Tasks 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 26, 35)

Wald, David J., and Mori, James, Estimation of near-source, broadband ground motions for the region above the Northridge rupture. (Task 5)

Wald, Lisa A., Hafner, Katrin, and Bryant, Steve, 1995, The Southern California Network Bulletin: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-204. (Task 2)

Williams, R.A., Stephenson, W.J., Odum, J.K., and Worley, D.M., Shallow shear-wave velocities at eleven aftershock recording stations, San Fernando Valley. (Task 12, 13)

WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS

EERI Newsletter, 1996.

Hamburger, Ronald O., 1995, SAC advisories & interim guidelines: Steel moment frame connections.

J.W. Wiggins, 1996, Scientific profiles of the big one: Natural Hazards Observer 179.


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