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For another source of information about probable losses on a grander scale you could try calling F.E.M.A. or N.I.B.S. and asking
about a program called "HAZUS" which also comes with some pretty good manuals describing the program and its functions.

HAZUS calculates probable losses, casualties, damages, and a variety of other parameters based upon a historical EQ, a probabilistic
EQ or a user defined EQ. It is based on census tract data so it is good for the entire US.

An excellent product as far as I have seen.

Nathan Valles
Civil Engineer

-----Original Message-----
From: MRodrig273(--nospam--at) <MRodrig273(--nospam--at)>
To: SEAINT(--nospam--at)SEAINT.ORG <SEAINT(--nospam--at)SEAINT.ORG>
Date: Sunday, August 16, 1998 1:18 PM
Subject: PML where it begin

I would like to get some input on where I can start learning about PML.  I
employer would like for me to start looking at this study.

Books, Web Sites, or Conferences would be helpful

Thanks in advance

Robert Englekirk Inc.
Honolulu, Hi