Liquefaction: When Earthquakes Turn Ground to Liquid

1:30-2:00 pm    Add
434 Davis Hall

The soil that lies between bedrock and a structure can control how earthquakes affect our world. Firm soil can be turned temporarily into a fluid like quicksand. See how this happens, and its effect on bridges and structures.
Michael Riemer, Adjunct Professor
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