Title Earthquake hazard in the San Francisco Bay area : a continuing problem in public policy
Author Steinbrugge, Karl V
Publisher University of California-Berkeley, Institute of Governmental Studies (1968)
Abstract Discusses public policy for reduction of earthquake loss in the Bay Area with regard to geologic faults, structurally poor ground, earthquake-induced landslides, seismic risk from vibrational sources, non-earthquake resistive construction, fire following an earthquake, and the role of specific governmental agencies in dealing with the earthquake problem.
Subject: Public Policy
Preparedness
Geologic Hazards
Structural Design
Structural Fire
Earthquakes
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10590/4430
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