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Geotechnical and Surface Wave Investigation of the Great M 7.9 Denali Fault Earthquake of 3 November 2002
 

Index Back to Home PageAbout these Web PagesGeneral ObservationsAcknowledgmentsSASW-Site Characterization of Pump Stations 9, 10, and 11Earthquake Effects on the Trans-Alaska PipelineLiquefaction Damage at Northway AirportIndex Map 2Surface Wave TestingSpacial CharacterLiquefaction and Ground DisplacementIndex Map 1Abstract

Acknowledgments

We wish to thank the NSF, USGS, PEER Center, and Alyeska Pipeline Service Company for their support of the 2002 reconnaissance and 2003 geotechnical investigation. The reconnaissance was funded in part by NSF grant number CMS: 0314499. Woody Savage of the USGS was instrumental in arranging site visits to the Alyeska pump stations. The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Statewide GIS Mapping Section provided GIS highway data.

 
Abstract | Index Map 1 | Liquefaction and Ground Displacement | Spacial Character | Surface Wave Testing
Index Map 2 | Liquefaction Damage at Northway Airport | Earthquake Effects on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline
SASW-Site Characterization of Pump Stations 9,10 &11 | Acknowledgments | General Observations | About These Web Pages
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