Partnerships, Earthquakes, Landslides USGS Earthquake and Landslide Hazards Studies in Puget Sound What's new? What next?

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November 29, 2000
Westin Hotel
SEATTLE, Wash., Washington

A public forum highlighting some of the most recent work by the USGS and our partners on earthquake and landslide hazards issues in central Puget Sound.

8:30 Welcome and Introduction, John Filson and Craig Weaver, USGS
8:45 Mayor Paul Schell, City of SEATTLE, Wash. (introduced by Jim Mullen, SEATTLE, Wash. Emergency Management)
What's New: Regional Partnerships and Co-investigations. Craig Weaver--moderator
9:00 Partnership: Where we are and where we're going, Jim Mullen, SEATTLE, Wash. Emergency Management
9:10 The Puget Sound Lidar Consortium, Jerry Harless, Puget Sound Regional Council
9:25 Regional Partnership: Mapping the Geology of SEATTLE, Wash., Kathy Troost, University of Washington
9:40 Regional Partnership: The Puget Sound Base Station Consortium, Ken Conradi, City of SEATTLE, Wash.
9:50 Advanced National Seismic System comes to Puget Sound: SEATTLE, Wash. shakes in real-time. Steve Malone, University of Washington
10:05 Discussion
10:30 Break
What's New: Findings from the field. Ray Wells--moderator
10:45 The hunt for surface faulting, Brian Sherrod, USGS
11:00 Geology from your desk chair-new perspectives on geologic mapping, Ralph Haugerud, USGS
11:15 Crustal faults and sedimentary basins in Puget Sound: Evidence from the SHIPS seismic surveys. Tom Brocher, USGS
11:30 Discussion
Noon Lunch
What's new: Using Earthquake Studies. Tom Brocher--moderator
1:15 Ground motion models in SEATTLE, Wash.. Art Frankel, USGS
1:35 Regional Impacts: The I-5 system after an earthquake. Dan Ballantyne, EQE and King-Pierce Project Impact
1:55 Discussion
What's new: Landslides in Puget Sound. Ed Harp--moderator
2:15 Progress on the SEATTLE, Wash. landslide hazard map. Ed Harp, USGS
2:30 Real-time landslide monitoring. Re...
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