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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Heider, Claret M.
Examines the need to consider the potential for earthquake damage to schools and offers technical information for designers of school buildings. Part I targets decision-makers and discusses seismic hazard mitigation and the cost/benefits of seismic design. Part II discusses earthquake design problems of elementary and secondary schools and the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program Recommended Provisions and school seismic design. Sources of information and references are included. Appendixes include earthquake experiences of California schools and data on seismicity of the United States. Glossary, maps, tables, diagrams, and photos.Heider, Claret M. is the author of 'Seismic Considerations : Elementary and Secondary Schools', published 2000 under ISBN 9780788189463 and ISBN 0788189468.
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