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Practical Lessons from the Loma Prieta Earthquake: Report from a Symposium Sponsored by the Geotechnical Board and the Board on Natural Disasters of the National Research Council APPENDIX B Symposium Agenda MARCH 22, 1993 • DAY 1 7:00 am Registration 8:00 am Welcome — Lloyd Cluff, Chair, NRC Organizing Committee and President, EERI Robert Wesson, USGS William Anderson, NSF Gary Johnson, FEMA Richard Wright, NIST Symposium Keynote Address: ''LEGACY OF THE LOMA PRIETA EARTHQUAKE: CHALLENGES TO OTHER COMMUNITIES'' — L. Thomas Tobin, California Seismic Safety Commission 9:00 am PLENARY SESSIONS GEOTECHNICAL ISSUES — G. Wayne Clough, VPI & State University, Keynote Speaker —Lloyd Cluff, Moderator Discussants: William R. Cotton, William Cotton & Associates Maurice Power, Geomatrix Consultants Thomas Hanks, USGS C. Thomas Statton, Woodward-Clyde Consultants 10:30 am Break 11:00 am BUILDINGS — Paul Fratessa, Paul F. Fratessa Associates, Inc., Keynote Speaker — Lloyd Cluff, Moderator Discussants: James Beavers, Martin Marietta Energy Systems Stephen A. Mahin, University of California, Berkeley Gerald Jones, Kansas City Building Department William Holmes, Rutherford & Chekene 12:30 pm Lunch
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Practical Lessons from the Loma Prieta Earthquake: Report from a Symposium Sponsored by the Geotechnical Board and the Board on Natural Disasters of the National Research Council 2:00 pm EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE — Kathleen Tierney, University of Delaware, Keynote Speaker — Shirley Mattingly, City of Los Angeles, Moderator Discussants: Henry Renteria, City of Oakland Richard D. Ross, Missouri Emergency Management Agency Richard Andrews, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services Lacy Suiter, Tennessee Emergency Management Agency 3:30 pm Break 4:00 pm CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS GEOTECHNICAL ISSUES — Clarence Allen, California Institute of Technology, Moderator A. Geologic/Geophysical Studies —William Ellsworth, USGS B. General Description of Ground Motion on Rock — Paul Somerville, Woodward-Clyde Consultants BUILDINGS — William Holmes, Rutherford & Chekene, Moderator A. Performance of Building Codes (Function vs. Safety) — Chris D. Poland, H. J. Degenkolb Associates B. Retrofits: How Did They Perform? — Diana Todd, NIST C. Timely Demolition/ Engineering Input — Laurence Kornfield, City of San Francisco EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE — Thomas Beckham, South Carolina Office of Emergency Services, Moderator A. Predisaster Planning — Shirley Mattingly, City of Los Angeles B. Search and Rescue — Eric Noji, National Center for Environmental Health, CDC C. Emergency Shelter — Robert Bolin, New Mexico State University D. Damage Assessment — Christopher Rojahn, Applied Technology Council 5:30 pm Adjourn MARCH 23, 1993 • DAY 2 8:15 am Introductions to Day 2 — Lloyd Cluff 8:30 am PLENARY SESSIONS LIFELINES — Ronald T. Eguchi, EQE Engineering & Design, Keynote Speaker — Wilfred D. Iwan, California Institute of Technology, Moderator Discussants: Thomas D. O'Rourke, Cornell University Donald Ballantyne, Kennedy/Jenks/Chilton
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Practical Lessons from the Loma Prieta Earthquake: Report from a Symposium Sponsored by the Geotechnical Board and the Board on Natural Disasters of the National Research Council Charles Roberts, Oakland Port Authority William Savage, PG&E 10:00 am Break 10:30 am BRIDGES — James Roberts, CALTRANS, Keynote Speaker — Ian Buckle, NCEER, Moderator Discussants: James D. Cooper, Federal Highway Administration (invited) Frieder Seible, University of California, San Diego Nicholas F. Forell, Forell/Elsesser Engineers 11:30 am RECOVERY, MITIGATION AND PLANNING — George Mader, William Spangle & Associates, Keynote Speaker — Dennis Wenger, Texas A & M University, Moderator Discussants: Kenneth C. Topping, Independent Consultant Patricia Bolton, Battelle Research Center Gerald Barnes, Salt Lake County Planning Department 12:30 pm Lunch 2:00 pm CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS GEOTECHNICAL ISSUES — T. Leslie Youd, Brigham Young University, Moderator A. Liquefaction/Damage — T. Leslie Youd B. Landslides — Nicholas Sitar, University of California, Berkeley C. Soft Ground/Site Effects — Roger Borcherdt, USGS BUILDINGS — Chris D. Poland, H. J. Degenkolb Associates, Moderator A. Non-structural/Architectural Issues — Christopher Arnold, Building Systems Development B. Managing Risk and The Right to Know — Fred M. Turner, California Seismic Safety Commission C. New Standards for the Performance of Elevators — James Finley, Hesselberg Keesee & Assoc. D. Slightly Damaged Buildings — Sigmund A. Freeman, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates LIFELINES — Wilfred D. Iwan, California Institute of Technology, Moderator A. Performance of Underground Utilities (Gas Lines, Water, Sewer) — Charles Scawthorn, EQE Engineering B. Performance of Transportation Systems (Airports, Seaport) — Stuart D. Werner, Dames & Moore C. Development of Real-Time Monitoring and Response Systems — William Savage, PG&E
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Practical Lessons from the Loma Prieta Earthquake: Report from a Symposium Sponsored by the Geotechnical Board and the Board on Natural Disasters of the National Research Council BRIDGES — Ian Buckle, NCEER, Moderator A. Steel (Bay Bridge) — (to be announced), CALTRANS B. Concrete (Cypress Viaduct) — Jack P. Moehle, Earthquake Engineering Research Center, University of California, Berkeley C. Performance of Codes and Retrofits — Saiid Saiidi, University of Nevada, Reno (invited) RECOVERY, MITIGATION AND PLANNING — Dennis Wenger, Texas A & M University, Moderator A. Santa Cruz Historic District — Richard Wilson, Santa Cruz City Manager B. Housing — Mary C. Comerio, University of California, Berkeley C. Business Recovery — Jack Kartez, Texas A & M University D. Recovery in Two Communities — Charles Eadie, Watsonville Planning Department 4:00 pm Closing Session "PRACTICAL LESSONS FROM THE LOMA PRIETA EARTHQUAKE: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?" — Vitelmo V. Bertero, University of California, Berkeley 4:30 pm General Discussion Closing Remarks — Lloyd Cluff, Chair, NRC Organizing Committee 5:00 pm Adjourn
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