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RE: IBC 2000 Seismic maps

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Jason Kilgore wrote:

. > For more accurate Ss and S1 values, click on "Hazard by Zip Code" or
. > "Hazard by Lat/Lon". Then enter the USPS zip code or Latitude/Longitude
. > and the page will return values that are more accurate than reading of a
. > large-scale map.

And how accurate is the value you get when one building has one value, and
another building on an adjacent lot has another value because they are in
different ZIP code areas?

The answers that you get with such precision are wholly inaccurate.

A. Roger Turk, P.E.(Structural)
Tucson, Arizona

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