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Virtual Conference

METHODS AND CASE HISTORIES FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF POTENTIAL

 GEOLOGIC AND SEISMIC HAZARDS

 

March 15-17, 2022

8:00am-12:30pm Pacific Time Each Day

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Up to 12 PDHs will be offered (4 per day)

All sessions will be recorded

This virtual conference, planned by AEG’s Geologic and Seismic Hazards (GASH) Technical Working Group, will be convened to discuss methods and case histories related to collecting and analyzing data for characterizing potential hazards in a variety of geologic settings.

 

Two separate keynote presentations, each delivered by an internationally recognized expert, will address practical examples and lessons learned during evolutionary development of the Senior Seismic Hazard Analysis Committee (SSHAC) process and the field of paleoseismology—both of which involve collection and analysis of data for characterizing geologic and seismic hazards.

 

In addition to the keynote presentations, the following case histories addressing characterization of potential geologic and seismic hazards will also be discussed:

Planned Sessions

  • Seismic and Volcanic Hazard Studies at Existing Nuclear Power Plant Sites in Taiwan

  • Remote Geo-Environmental Hazard Mapping in Peru

  • Flooding, Debris Flow History, and Landslide Dams in California

  • Paleoseismic Studies for Documenting Recurrence of Large Upper Plate Earthquakes in Washington

  • Paleoseismic Investigations in Engineering of Pipeline Fault Crossings

  • Paleoseismic Studies of the Gales Creek Fault in Oregon and a Plate Boundary Thrust Fault in Papua New Guinea

  • Results of Paleoliquefaction Exploration in Central Virginia and Western North Carolina

  • Field Studies of Surface Rupture Related to an Intraplate M5.1 August 2020 Earthquake in North Carolina

  • Potential for Seepage and Internal Erosion of Karstic Foundation Units at a Dam Site in Tennessee

  • Communicating about Geologic and Seismic Hazards with Geotechnical and Structural Engineers

  • The 1811–1812 Earthquakes in the New Madrid Seismic Zone

  • Potential Karst-Related Hazard at a Proposed Nuclear Power Plant Site in Tennessee

  • Seismically Induced Shaking, Liquefaction, and Lateral Spreading in California

  • Volcanic History and Hazards at Mount Adams in Washington

  • Planning Site Investigations for Nearshore and Offshore Infra- structure Development where Glauconitic Sands Might Occur

  • Implications for Federal Land Management Agencies Associated with the January 2021 National Landslide Hazards Act

 

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