SASW Measurements at Stanford University (NEES-2009-0736)

By Ivan Wong1, Kenneth H. Stokoe2

1. URS Corporation 2. University of Texas at Austin

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Title: SASW Measurements at Stanford University (NEES-2009-0736)

Year Of Curation: 2011

Description: At the request of Stanford University, URS Corporation has updated the seismic hazard evaluation of the campus and revised the campus-wide design ground motions. This study updates a previous study by URS in 2008. Stanford University is located in the seismically active San Francisco Bay region within the San Andreas fault system. The west side of campus is located about 6 km from the San Andreas fault, which last ruptured in the 1906 moment magnitude (M) 7.9 "Great San Francisco" earthquake.

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PIs & CoPIs: Ivan Wong, Kenneth H. Stokoe

Dates: August 02, 2009 - August 07, 2009

Organizations: Stanford University, CA, United States,    University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States

Facilities: University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States

Sponsor: Stanford University

Keywords: SASW, Thumper, Vibroseis, Shear wave velocity, Vs30

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  • Ivan Wong; Kenneth H. Stokoe (2017), "SASW Measurements at Stanford University (NEES-2009-0736),"

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