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TaskForce Einsatz Pakistan 2005

Pakistan-Erdbeben vom 08. Oktober 2005

Parameter des Hauptbebens:

Date: 08. Oktober 2005, 03:50 (UTC)
Magnitude: Mw 7.6 (British Geological Survey, EMSC)
Focal depth: 10 km
Location: 34.47° N, 73.50° E (EMSC)
Region: Muzaffarabad, PAKISTAN

Feldteams der Dt. TaskForce Erdbeben:

Bau: Syed Tariq Maqsood, M.Sc. (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar)

Beteiligte (Partner-)Institutionen:

GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (GFZ Potsdam)

Presse-Artikel:

 der Bogen - Heft 01/2008 (S. 26)

Literatur

EDAC (2005): Intensity-based risk assessment - Application and regional modifications. Master thesis, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Bauhaus-University Weimar. S.T. Maqsood, September 2005.

Maqsood, S.T., Schwarz, J. (2008): Analysis of building damage during the 8th October, 2005 Earthquake in Pakistan. Seismological Research Letters, 79 (2), pp 163-177

Maqsood, S.T., Schwarz, J. (2008): Seismic vulnerability of existing building stock in Pakistan. In Proceedings of 14th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, 12-17 October 2008, Abstract ID: 09-01-0122, Beijing, China.

Maqsood, S.T., Schwarz, J. (2010): Comparison of seismic vulnerability of buildings before and after 2005 Kashmir Earthquake. Seismological Research Letters, 81 (1), S. 85-98.

Maqsood, S.T., Schwarz, J. (2010): Seismic vulnerability of buildings in recent earthquakes in Pakistan. Proceedings of 14th European Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Ohrid, Macedonia. Abstract ID: 1529

Maqsood, S.T., Schwarz, J. (2010): Building vulnerability and damage during the 2008 Baluchistan earthquake in Pakistan and past experiences. Seismological Research Letters.

Maqsood, S.T., Schwarz, J. (2010): Human casualty estimation from earthquake is Pakistan – A study from engineering point of view.

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