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Appendix D Community Workshop Attendees and Presentations to Committee WORKSHOP ATTENDEES Walter Arabasz University of Utah Ralph Archuleta University of California, Santa Barbara Mark Benthien University of Southern California Jonathan Bray University of California, Berkeley Arrietta Chakos Harvard Kennedy School, Taubman Center for State and Local Government Mary Comerio University of California, Berkeley Reginald DesRoches Department of Civil Engineering, Georgia Tech Andrea Donnellan National Aeronautics and Space Administration 223

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224 APPENDIX D Leonardo Duenas-Osorio Rice University Paul Earle U.S. Geological Survey Richard Eisner Fritz Institute Ronald Eguchi Imagecat, Inc. Art Frankel U.S. Geological Survey James Goltz California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Ronald Hamburger Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Jim Harris J. R. Harris & Company Jack Hayes National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program, National Institute of Standards and Technology Jon Heintz Applied Technology Council Eric Holdeman Eric Holdeman & Associates Doug Honegger D.G. Honegger Consulting Richard Howe R.W. Howe & Associates, PLC Theresa Jefferson Center for Technology, Security, and Policy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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225 APPENDIX D Lucy Jones U.S. Geological Survey Michael Lindell Texas A&M University Nicolas Luco U.S. Geological Survey Steven Mahin Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center, University of California, Berkeley Peter May Center for American Politics and Public Policy, Political Science Department, University of Washington Dick McCarthy California Seismic Safety Commission David Mendonça New Jersey’s Science & Technology University Dennis Mileti Natural Hazards Center Robert Olson Robert Olson Associates, Inc. Chris Poland Degenkolb Engineers Woody Savage U.S. Geological Survey Hope Seligson MMI Engineering Kimberley Shoaf University of California, Los Angeles Paul Somerville URS Corporation

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226 APPENDIX D Kathleen Tierney Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado Susan Tubbesing Earthquake Engineering Research Institute John Vidale Pacific Northwest Seismic Network Yumei Wang Oregon Dept of Geology and Mineral Industries Gary Webb Oklahoma State University Sharon Wood Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, University of Texas at Austin Brent Woodworth Los Angeles Emergency Preparedness Foundation Mary Lou Zoback Risk Management Solutions, Inc.

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227 APPENDIX D WORKSHOP BREAKOUT QUESTIONS Cross-disciplinary Breakout— Elements of an Earthquake-Resilient Nation 1: What does an earthquake-resilient nation look like? 2: How should we measure national resilience? How would we know if we are becoming more earthquake resilient? Disciplinary Breakout— Fundamental Science Requirements and Enabling Technologies 3: What are the fundamental science requirements in your disciplinary area for an earthquake-resilient nation? 4: What are the enabling technologies in your disciplinary area needed for an earthquake-resilient nation? Disciplinary Breakout—Implementation and Policy Aspects 5: What are the implementation challenges and opportunities needed for an earthquake-resilient nation? 6: What are the behavioral changes needed for an earthquake-resilient nation? Cross-disciplinary Breakout—Fundamental Science Requirements 7: Are there any missing activities contained in Question 3 responses? 8: What activities are critical for advancing resilience? 9: What is the sequence of activities? Cross-disciplinary Breakout—Enabling Technologies 10: Are there any missing activities contained in Question 4 responses? 11: What activities are critical for advancing resilience? 12: What is the sequence of activities? Cross-disciplinary Breakout—Implementation and Policy Aspects 13: Are there any missing activities contained in Questions 5 and 6 responses? 14: What activities are critical for advancing resilience? 15: What is the sequence of activities?

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228 APPENDIX D PRESENTATIONS TO THE COMMITTEE Meeting 1: Context of the Project Shyam Sunder, NIST Sponsor Hopes and Expectations Jack Hayes, NEHRP/NIST NEHRP Strategic Plan Jack Hayes, NEHRP/NIST FEMA Update—Earthquake Resilience Activities Ed Laatsch, FEMA Mike Mahoney, FEMA Role of the U.S. Geological Survey in the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program David Applegate, USGS Role of the National Science Foundation in the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program Joy Pauschke, NSF-ENG Eva Zanzerkia, NSF-GEO Richard Fragaszy, NSF-ENG Dennis Wenger, NSF-ENG Meeting 2: Cost Estimates in the EERI “Securing Society” Report Paul Somerville, URS Corporation Meeting 3: Closed session only. Meeting 4: Closing comments from the NSF Joy Pauschke, NSF-ENG Closing comments from NIST/NEHRP Jack Hayes, NEHRP/NIST Closing comments from the U.S. Geological Survey David Applegate Closing comments from the Federal Emergency Management Agency Mike Mahoney, FEMA

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229 APPENDIX D Status of NEHRP reauthorization process Jack Hayes, NEHRP/NIST An Individual Perspective based on extensive involvement with NEHRP John Filson, USGS Emeritus

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