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Multi-Media CD-ROM - On Shaky Ground, April 1996. Contains text and maps from the report above as well as the city maps listed below. Also includes the following:
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Price: $35 + $5 postage and handling; CAT. NO. P96003EQK
Special: On Shaky Ground CD-ROM with Shaken Awake!
report, (See description of the Shaken Awake!
Price: $40 + $7 postage& handling; CAT. NO. P96004EQK.
Computer Files - On Shaky Ground, April 1996. Includes:
geologic materials amplification and ground-shaking intensities
for 11scenarios. Requires GIS system such as ArcInfo. Available
in *.cas,*.dlg, *.bdf, and ArcInfo polygon coverage. (12 layers,
one foreach scenario). Specify desired layers and format when
Price: $125 per EACH data layer + $5 postage and handling;CAT. NO. P96005EQK.
On Shaky Ground - City Maps, April 1995.
City maps include local streets and show: 1) geologic materials and
their ability to amplify ground-shaking, and 2) ground-shaking intensities
for those earthquake scenarios where significant damage potential
has been identified within the developed portion of the city. [Note
that many of ABAG's City Earthquake Maps can be viewed online.]
Price varies: $6 to $30 (see below) + $4 postage and handlingfor up to four maps (+ $1 for each additional map, $15 maximum);CAT. NO. P95002EQK.
CIRCLE CITY MAPS ORDERED: Jump to a county category below, scroll down for the whole listing, or skip to the end of the city map listings.
$18 A-1 Alameda
$ 8 A-2 Berkeley, Albany
$ 8 A-3 Castro Valley
$14 A-4 Dublin
$ 8 A-6 Fremont, Newark
$10 A-7 Hayward, Union City
$ 6 A-8 Livermore
$12 A-9 North and Central Oakland, and Piedmont, Emeryville
$12 A-10 East Oakland
$14 A-11 Pleasanton
$12 A-12 San Leandro
$ 8 A-13 San Lorenzo
Maps for Contra Costa County
$10 C-1 Alamo
$ 6 C-2 Antioch
$ 6 C-20 Blackhawk
$ 6 C-3 Brentwood
$ 6 C-4 Clayton
$10 C-5 Concord
$ 8 C-6 Danville
$ 8 C-7 El Cerrito
$ 8 C-18 El Sobrante
$ 6 C-8 Hercules, Pinole
$ 8 C-19 Kensington
$12 C-9 Lafayette
$ 6 C-10 Martinez
$12 C-11 Moraga
$ 6 C-21 Oakley, Bethel Island
$ 8 C-12 Orinda
$ 6 C-13 Pittsburg
$ 8 C-14 Pleasant Hill
$10 C-15 Richmond, San Pablo
$14 C-16 San Ramon
$10 C-17 Walnut Creek
Maps for Marin County
$14 M-1 Belvedere, Sausalito, Tiburon
$14 M-2 Corte Madera, Larkspur
$ 6 M-3 Fairfax
$12 M-4 Mill Valley
$ 8 M-5 Novato
$ 6 M-6 Ross, San Anselmo
$14 M-7 San Rafael
Maps for Napa County
$ 6 N-1 American Canyon
$ 6 N-2 Calistoga
$ 6 N-3 Napa
$ 6 N-4 St. Helena
$ 6 N-5 Yountville
Maps for San Francisco County
$14 SF-1 San Francisco
Maps for San Mateo County
$ 6 SM-1 Belmont, San Carlos
$ 6 SM-2 Burlingame, Millbrae, and Hillsborough
$ 6 SM-3 Daly City, Colma
$ 6 SM-13 El Granada, Montara, and Moss Beach
$ 6 SM-4 Foster City
$ 6 SM-5 Half Moon Bay
$ 6 SM-14 La Honda, Pescadero, and San Gregorio
$ 8 SM-6 Menlo Park, East Palo Alto, and Atherton
$ 6 SM-7 Pacifica
$ 6 SM-8 Portola Valley
$ 6 SM-9 Redwood City
$ 6 SM-10 San Mateo
$ 6 SM-11 South San Francisco, and Brisbane, San Bruno
$ 6 SM-12 Woodside
Maps for Santa Clara County
$ 6 SC-1 Cupertino
$ 6 SC-2 Gilroy
$ 6 SC-3 Los Altos, Los Altos Hills
$ 6 SC-5 Morgan Hill
$ 8 SC-6 Mountain View
$ 6 SC-7 Palo Alto
$10 SC-8x Northeast San Jose
$10 SC-9 Southeast San Jose
$10 SC-10 Southwest San Jose, Campbell, Los Gatos, and Monte Sereno
$10 SC-11x North and Central San Jose, Santa Clara, and Milpitas
$ 6 SC-12 Saratoga
$ 8 SC-13 Sunnyvale
Maps for Solano County
$ 8 SOL-1 Benicia
$ 6 SOL-2 Dixon
$ 6 SOL-3 Fairfield, Suisun City
$ 6 SOL-4 Rio Vista
$ 6 SOL-5 Vacaville
$12 SOL-6 Vallejo
Maps for Sonoma County
$ 6 SON-9 Boyes Hot Springs, Glen Ellen, and Kenwood
$ 6 SON-1 Cloverdale
$ 6 SON-2 Healdsburg
$ 8 SON-3 Petaluma
$ 6 SON-4 Rohnert Park, Cotati
$ 6 SON-5 Santa Rosa
$ 6 SON-6 Sebastopol
$ 6 SON-7 Sonoma
$ 6 SON-8 Windsor
Regionwide Earthquake Secondary Hazard Maps for Dam-Failure Inundation
Areas, and Liquefaction Susceptibility. These two maps cover the
entire nine-county region. The maps are blue-line single-colorozalid
prints, rather than color printed maps. The map scale is 1:250,000;
each map covers the region and is approximately 42" x 48".
Please allow 4 working days for the prints to be ordered from the
blue-line printing company.
Price: $10 + $7 postage and handling; CAT. NO. P95003EQK.
Special: On Shaky Ground CD-ROM with Shaken Awake! report, (See a description
of the Shaken Awake!report below.)
Price: $40 + $7 postage& handling CAT. NO. P96004EQK.
Shaken Awake! Uninhabitable Housing Files for
Loma Prieta,January 1996. A PC-compatible diskette of the
locations and characteristicsof the housing units rendered uninhabitable
by the Loma Prietaearthquake. Format: *.dbf.
Price: $25 + $5 postage and handling; CAT. NO. P96001EQK.
Macroeconomic Effects of the Loma Prieta Earthquake, November 1991,
48 pages. Includes an analyses of the impacts on employment, retail
sales, wages, and output. Additional analysis is included for two
hypothetical future earthquake scenarios. Conslusions highlight
the small impact of this earthquake on the region's economy and
the importance functioning infrastrucutre in minimizing economic
impacts in future earthquakes.
Price: $7 + $3 postage and handling; CAT. NO. P91001EQK.
Hazardous Materials Problems in Earthquakes: Executive Summary, November 1990, 6-page brochure. Short summary
of hazardous materials releases in past earthquakes and mitigation
Price: $3 + $1 postage and handling; CAT. NO. P90003EQK.
Background Materials, September 1990, 281 pages. A volume containing
selected articles and papers dealing with hazardous materials problems
in earthquake and mitigation strategies, including checklists
and guidelines,  general articles,  background information,
 company and local government programs,  legislationand
regulations, and  references.
Price: $15 plus $5 postage and handling; CAT. NO. P90001EQK.
DATABASE, September 1990
A PC-compatible diskette of over 350 hazardous materials problems in 28 past earthquakes, including over 150 from the Loma Prieta earthquake. The file is a standard database file and can be used with dBASE, Foxbase, Foxpro or Clipper. The database has 17 fields: Name of Earthquake, Location, Date of Earthquake, Time of Earthquake, Magnitude, Company, Address, City, County, Problem [grouped into13 categories], Material, Quantity, Units, Comments, Contained, Clean-up and Source.
Price: $20 + $3 postage and handling; CAT. NO. P90005EQK.
Toxic Gas Releases in Earthquakes: Existing Programs, Sources, and Mitigation Strategies, November 1991, 374 pages. A binder containing three documents prepared by ABAG for the South Coast Air Quality Management Districtin Los Angeles region: 1) Review of Emergency Preparedness Programs for Preventing or Controlling Toxic Gas Releases in Earthquakes; 2) Sources of Toxic Gas Releases in Earthquakes; and 3) Manualof Techniques for Preventing or Controlling Toxic Gas Releasesin Earthquakes.
Price: $20 + $5 postage and handling; CAT. NO. P91002EQK.