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I. Liquefaction and Ground Deformation
SASW Testing to Delineate Potentially Liquefiable Zones and Evaluate Remediation Measures
     by R. Andrus and K. Stokoe, II
Judgement Method of Liquefaction Potential Using Acceleration Response Spectra
     by S. Sawada and K. Toki
Evaluation of CPT Liquefaction Analysis Methods Against Inclinometer Data from Moss Landing
     by R. Kulasingam, R. W. Boulanger, and I. M. Idriss
Site Amplification Ratios Estimated from Geomorphological Land Classification and JMA Strong Motion Records
     by F. Yamazaki, K. Wakamatsu, K. Shabestari, and J-I. Onishi
CPT- and SPT-Based Probabilistic Assessment of Liquefaction Potential
     by S. Toprak, T. L. Holzer, M. J. Bennett, and J. C. Tinsley, III
Conditions Underlying the Lateral Displacement of Sloped Ground During the 1964 Niigata and 1983 Nihonkai-Chubu Earthquakes
     by K. Wakamatsu and M. Hamada
Revised MLR Equations for Predicting Lateral Spread Displacement
     by T. L. Youd, C. M. Hansen, and S. F. Bartlett
Permanent Ground Deformation Due to Northridge Earthquake in the Vicinity of Van Norman Complex
     by Y. Sano, T. D. O'Rourke, and M. Hamada
Fluid Dynamics Based Prediction of Liquefaction Induced Lateral Spreading Load
     by R. Uzuoka, A. Yashima, and T. Kawakami
Experimental Study of Mitigation of Liquefied Ground Flow by Using Gravel Drain System
     by M. Miyajima, M. Yoshida, and M. Kitaura
Large-Scale Modeling of Liquefaction-Induced Ground Deformation Part I: A Four-Parameter MLR Model
     by J. P. Bardet, N. Mace, T. Tobita, and J. Hu
Large-Scale Modeling of Liquefaction-Induced Ground Deformation Part II: MLR Model Applications and Probabilistic Model
     by J. P. Bardet, T. Tobita, N. Mace, and J. Hu
Similitude Law for Liquefied-Ground Flow
     by M. Hamada
Seismic Zonation for Liquefaction in California
     by M. J. DeLisle and C. R. Real
Verification of the Similitude Law for Flow of Liquefied Ground
     by S. Hadush, A. Yashima, and R. Uzuoka
Limit State Model for Soil-Pile Interaction During Lateral Spread
     by S. H. Goh and T. D. O'Rourke
Seismic Site Response and Liquefaction-Induced Shear Deformation
     by Z. Yang, E. Parra, and A. Elgamal
Application of 3-D Distinct Element Method to Liquefaction
     by K. Meguro and T. Katayama
Characteristics of Ground Motions at a Liquefiable Site
     by J. Yang and T. Sato
De-Liquefaction Shock Waves
     by B. L. Kutter and D. W. Wilson
A Simplified Practical Method for Evaluating Liquefaction-Induced Flow
     by S. Yasuda, N. Yoshida, H. Kiku, and K. Adachi
Numerical Evaluation of Liquefaction Induced Ground Oscillation and Lurch
     by G. R. Martin and P. Qiu
Time Dependent Ground Motion Amplification Due to Liquefaction on Man-made Island
     by Y. Furumoto, E. Oka, M. Sugito, A. Yashima, and Y. Fukagawa

II. Lifelines and Earthquake Effects
Quantifying Earthquake and Geologic Hazards for the Portland, Oregon Water System Vulnerability Assessment
     by D. Ballantyne, C. Scawthorn, and A. Vessely
The 1995 Kobe Earthquake and the New JWWA Seismic Design Guideline for Waterworks Facilities
     by M. Matsushita
Estimation of Post Earthquake Water System Serviceability
     by M. J. O'Rourke
Development of New Aseismic Joints for Casing Pipes of Underground Transmission Lines
     by E. Miura, T. Tanaka, Y. Oda, and N. Ito
Case Study of the Granada Trunk Line During Two Near-Field Earthquakes
     by C. A. Davis
Success in Lifeline Seismic Mitigation Programs
     by L. V. Lund
Effects of Material Property on Inelastic Shell Buckling Strength of Line Pipe
     by N. Suzuki, A. Katoh, E. Matsuyama, and M. Yoshikawa
Large Deformation Behavior of Low-Angle Pipeline Elbows
     by K. Yoshizaki, M. Hamada, and T. D. O'Rourke
Summary of the Earthquake Resistant Design Standards for Railway Structures
     by A. Nishimura
Visual Interpretation of Site Dynamic Response
     by M. Zeghal, C. Oskay, M. K. Sharp, and R. Dobry
Formulation of Level 2 Earthquake Motions for Civil Engineering Structures
     by T. Ohmachi

III. Waterfront Structures, Pile Foundations, and Buildings
Reliability and Redundancy of Engineering Systems by Information Entropy
     by M. Hoshiya, K. Yamamoto, and H. Ohno
New Remedial Technique for Bridge Foundations Against Lateral Flow due to Liquefaction
     by S. Mori and M. Terazawa
Centrifuge Modeling of Lateral Spreading Behind a Caisson Type Quay Wall During an Earthquake
     by C-J. Lee, R. Dobry, T. Abdoun, and B-R. Wu
Residual Displacement of Gravity Quaywalls - Parameter Study Through Effective Stress Analysis
     by S. Iai, K. Ichii, H. Sato, and H. Liu
Analysis on Liquefaction-Induced Subsidence of Shallow Foundation
     by Y. Kobayashi, I. Towhata, and A. Acacio
Seismic Response Analysis of Pile Foundations at Liquefiable Sites
     by W. D. L. Finn, T. Thavaraj, D. W. Wilson, R. W. Boulanger, and B. L. Kutter
Displacement Field of Granular Backfill Due to Earthquake Induced Quaywall Movement
     by H. Akagi, K. Komiya, and H. Saitoh
Centrifuge Modeling of Effect of Superstructure Stiffness on Pile Bending Moments Due to Lateral Spreading
     by R. Ramos, T. Abdoun, and R. Dobry
Applied Element Method: A New Efficient Tool for Design of Structure Considering its Failure Behavior
     by K. Meguro and H. Tagel-Din

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