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These topics are of interest to those involved in earthquake design even in 
seismic zones less severe than CA.  Is there to be a set of papers on these 
presentations which one could purchase if not able to attend ?  Moreover, do 
I understand correctly that there possibly will be a viedo or CD-ROM on the 
seminar, or is this just planned for the future ?

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Subject: Re: SEAOSC Seminar: UBC Overview Nov. 22
Author:  seaoc(--nospam--at) at Internet
Date:    11/12/97 2:05 PM

Too expensive for my budget (including travel, car rental etc.). I'll wait 
for it to show up on Video.

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From: SEAOSC(--nospam--at) <SEAOSC(--nospam--at)> 
To: seaoc(--nospam--at) <seaoc(--nospam--at)>
Date: Wednesday, November 12, 1997 11:54 AM 
Subject: SEAOSC Seminar: UBC Overview Nov. 22

>SEAOSC is offering a seminar sponsored by its Seismology Committee Nov. 22 
>titled "Overview of 1997 UBC" at the Wyndam Garden Hotel, 5757 Telegraph 
>Topics include "General Overview" (UBC, NEHRP, IBC 2000) by Saif Hussain; 
>"Ground Motion" (soil factors, near field) by Marshall Lew; "General 
>(load combination, base shear) by Saiful Islam; "Dynamic Analysis (linear, 
>non-linear) by Gary Hart; "Non-Structural Items and Non-Building 
>by Bob Bachman; "Seismic Isolation" by Rami Elhassan; "Material Chapters" 
>(concrete, wood, masonry, steel) by Dirk Bondy.
>Registration: 7:30 a.m.; Seminar 8 a.m. to Noon. $80 for SEA members before 
>Nov. 15; $90 after Nov. 15.  Non-members: $110 before Nov. 15, $125 after 
>Nov. 15. Students: $50 before Nov. 15, $60 after Nov. 15.
>Email SEAOSC(--nospam--at) with your fax number or mailing address and they will 
>fax or send you a registration form.

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