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- From: rangelow.peter(--nospam--at)iks.hochtief.de
- Date: Thu, 22 Jan 1998 09:29:00 +0100
Hi Bruce, I think Dr. Gilbert L. Molas can help you. He comes originally from the Phillipines and is an expert in seismic risk analysis. However, I don't know his current coordinates. Both of us defended a PhD degree in '95 at the University of Tokyo and both of us left Japan in the same year. I think, he got a job with Risk Management Solutions (RMS), Inc. in Menlo Park, CA - this is the company in which Prof. Shah (Stanford University, Chairman of the Civil Engineering Dept.) is a director. You may check also the following paper from the 10WCEE proceedings: G.L. Molas, F. Yamazaki and Y. Tomatsu: Seismic Hazard Analysis in the Philippines Using Earthquake Occurrence Data, Vol.10, pp. 6031-6036. Best regards, Peter Rangelow Hochtief AG, Frankfurt Germany PS. If you find out Gilbert's email address or phone/fax, please let me know. ---------- Von: Bruce Saunders An: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org Betreff: Phillipinnes Site specific data Datum: Dienstag, 20. Januar 1998 12:15 Does anybody know where site specific spectrum for Subic Bay in the Phillipinnes may be found. The site is within the bounds of the old US Navy base. I have already tried the phillipines seismic stations and several government and university web sites Thanks in advance Bruce Saunders
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