Consortium of Organizations for Strong-Motion Observation Systems

International Workshop for Site Selection, Installation and Operation of Geotechnical Strong-Motion Arrays

Workshop 2, Guidelines for Installation, Operation, and Data Archiving and Dissemination

May 17-19, 2006

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    Agenda & Contributors  
    Introduction Pedro de Alba, Jamison Steidl, Robert L. Nigbor, J. Carl Stepp
1 Site Selection and Installation of Geotechnical Arrays: Gaps in Our Knowledge Pedro de Alba
1 Inventory of Existing Strong-Motion Geotechnical Arrays Jamison H. Steidl
1 Spatial Variation of Ground Motion Models for Use in Calculating Seismically Induced Ground Strains Timothy D. Ancheta, Jonathan P. Stewart, Robert L. Nigbor
1 Engineering and Science Needs for GSMA Sites: An Invited Opinion Paper Steven L. Kramer
2 Guidance Needs for GSMA Installation and Operation Robert L. Nigbor
2 GSMA Case Histories: Lessons Learned Jamison H. Steidl
2   EuroSeis Test Experience Christos A. Pappaioannou, Kyriazis Pitilakis
2 Instrument Testing and Evaluation for the Taiwan Strong-Motion Instrumentation Program C.-C. Liu, W.H.K. Lee, C.F. Wu
2   Geotechnical Arrays in the CGS/Caltrans Project in California Anthony F. Shakal, Hamid Haddadi
2 Strategies for Long-term Operation of Geotechnical Strong-Motion Arrays J. Carl Stepp
3   COSMOS Strong-Motion Virtual Data Center Melinda Squibb, Ralph Archuleta, Jamison Steidl
3   DIGGS: AN XML-Based Interchange Standard for Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Data Daniel Ponti, Marc Hoit, Mike McVay, Mark Styler, Jean Benoit, John Bobbitt, Salvatore Caronna, Roger Chandler, Paul Quinn, Tim Spink
    Summery of Workshop Discussions and Workshop Recommendations Pedro deAlba, John Bobbitt, Robert L. Nigbor, Jamison H. Steidl, J. Carl Stepp
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