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- Subject: ICBO Near Source Fault Maps - Pdate & Status
- From: Rick.Drake(--nospam--at)fluordaniel.com
- Date: Mon, 9 Mar 1998 13:07:00 -0500
- Cc: Robert.Bachman(--nospam--at)fluordaniel.com
The ICBO Near Source Maps, for use with the 1997 UBC, went to the printer on Friday February 27. They will be in ICBO's hand, ready for shipment, on Tuesday March 10. To order a set call the ICBO Publications number (800-284-4406) and ask for Item No.: MAPS97. The maps cost $39 plus tax if ordered before July 1, 1998. These maps will NOT be available in an electronic format on the Internet. They will only be available to purchase in a hard copy. They have a road map base, not a zip code base like the USGS maps. This is necessary because the near fault zones are narrower than many of the zip code areas they occupy. Due to lack of media interest, their will not be a Sacramento press conference to announce the map's availability. (Let's face it, earthquake fault maps are not as interesting to the media as Bill Clinton's alleged sex life, El Nino, and potential for war with Iraq.) As an alternate, SEAOC representatives will meet with reporters of selected California newspapers to inform them of the maps' availability, and their significance. Hopefully, they will see the maps arrival as newsworthy to the general public. Rick Drake, SE Fluor Daniel, Irvine.
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