Quake06 template v3

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Published on October 29, 2007

Author: Irvette

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Presentation Title by Name:  Presentation Title by Name Quake ’06 Campaign:  Quake ’06 Campaign Four year campaign Goal = Significantly reduce earthquake risk in the San Francisco Bay Area Target = 100 year anniversary of the 1906 Earthquake Partnership is volunteer and non-profit Earthquake professionals from EERI Cities, agencies and other interest groups M7.9 San Francisco Earthquake :  M7.9 San Francisco Earthquake M7.9 San Francisco Earthquake :  M7.9 San Francisco Earthquake M6.9 Loma Prieta Earthquake:  M6.9 Loma Prieta Earthquake Photo credit: USGS M6.9 Loma Prieta Earthquake :  M6.9 Loma Prieta Earthquake Significant housing and business losses Regional impacts lasting several years Major infrastructure repairs took over a decade Photo credit: USGS USGS Working Group on Earthquake Probabilities:  USGS Working Group on Earthquake Probabilities 70% likelihood of a M6.7 or greater earthquake in the Bay Area by 2030 San Andreas, Hayward and Rogers Creek faults are most likely threats Photo credit: USGS Comparing Loma Prieta to Other Future Earthquake Scenarios:  Comparing Loma Prieta to Other Future Earthquake Scenarios Source: USGS ShakeMap Bay Area Earthquake Loss Estimates :  Bay Area Earthquake Loss Estimates Total loss to the region from a major earthquake: $150 - 200 billion (HAZUS, EQECAT, RMS Inc.) Insurance losses due to repeat of the 1906 earthquake (RMS Inc) : $15 billion in insured property damage More than $3 billion in workers compensation Key loss drivers: Extensive population growth and building development in 1900s Relatively older building stock vulnerable to collapse and costly repairs ABAG Housing Loss Estimates:  ABAG Housing Loss Estimates 88,000 housing units in a M7.1 earthquake on the northern Hayward fault 45,000 housing units in M7.1 earthquake on Peninsula segment of San Andreas fault Quake ’06 Campaign:  Quake ’06 Campaign Volunteers carry out work through committees: Represent groups responsible for risk management Provide guidance in assessing risks Assist in developing and implementing earthquake risk reduction measures Featured project of EERI Northern California Chapter Committees: Education Health Care Utilities/Transportation Government Seismic Hazard Commercial High-Tech Residential Historical Preservation Liaison Quake ’06 Campaign Products:  Quake ’06 Campaign Products Quake ’06/ABAG Local Government Survey (2002) Selection of Best Practices (2002) Adaptable risk reduction strategies Practical approaches to be implemented by others Risk Analysis Regional ‘Living Risk’ Model Individual/Community risk assessments Development of model specifications for risk reduction and accompanying funding sources Get Involved in Quake ’06:  Get Involved in Quake ’06 Initiate risk reduction programs (Individuals, organizations and communities) Identify risks Quantify the risk impacts and costs Determine risk management alternatives Seek Quake ’06 committee assistance Quake ’06 Campaign Bimonthly meetings (www.quake06.org) Participate in committees Endorse Quake ’06 campaign www.quake06.org:  www.quake06.org

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