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  • Over the last half-century, scientists and engineers have developed methods to better understand and mitigate the damage caused by tsunamis. According to U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) P646, buildings in many regions including the U.S. Pacific Northwest, will experience substantial ground shaking from an offshore earthquake that precedes a tsunami and then experience the tsunami forces themselves. Thus, both hazards should be considered in computing the damage and collapse risk to buildings. This paper summarizes a basic approach to numerically consider the successive seismic and tsunami risk to buildings in near-field tsunami regions such as the U.S. Pacific Northwest.
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  • Park, S., van de Lindt, J., Cox, D., Gupta, R., & Aguiniga, F. (2012). Successive earthquake-tsunami analysis to develop collapse fragilities. JOURNAL OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING, 16(6), 851-863. doi: 10.1080/13632469.2012.685209
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