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San Francisco Earthquake Mitigation
This page last updated on 16-Sep-2016 EENS 3050 Natural Disasters Tulane University Prof. Stephen A. Nelson Earthquake Prediction, Control and Mitigation
Earthquakes in the San Francisco Bay Region result from the accumulation of energy as the Pacific Plate slides past the North American Plate. The fact that a devastating earthquake occurred in 1906 — the San Francisco earthquake — is common knowledge.
Office of Resilience & Recovery City Hall, Room 362 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place San Francisco, CA 94102 Phone: (415) 554-4925
A collapsed house in San Francisco’s Marina District, one of the areas hit by an earthquake estimated at 7.1 on the Richter scale on Oct. 17, 1989.
The Earthquake Safety Program addresses the original BART system completed between 1972 and 1976, with a service area spanning three counties-Alameda, Contra Costa and San Francisco.
DISABLED ACCESS DA-01 Ordinance on Telephone Jacks and Grab Bars for SROs (Word)
California Earthquake Authority (CEA) is a not-for-profit, privately funded, publicly managed organization that provides residential earthquake insurance and encourages Californians to reduce their risk of earthquake losses.
The mission of the Seismic Safety Commission is to provide decision makers and the general public with cost-effective recommendations to reduce earthquake losses and speed recovery.
The Office of Infrastructure Protection (IP) leads the coordinated national effort to reduce risk to our critical infrastructure posed by acts of terrorism. In doing so, the Department increases the nation's level of preparedness and the ability to respond and quickly recover in the event of an attack, natural disaster, or other emergency.
Twentieth century. San Francisco Earthquake (1906). Between 7.7 and 8.3 magnitudes; killed approximately 3,000 people and caused around $400 million in damage; most devastating earthquake in California and United States history.