26 April 2010
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This report is an outcome of the analysis of data and information related to the damage and post-earthquake reconstruction of residential buildings, collected during the field survey by the authors, in light of 2015 Nepal earthquake sequence.
In November 2012 EEFIT launched its first ever return mission to an earthquake affected site. This paper presents an overview of the post-disaster emergency phase and transition to reconstruction in the L'Aquila area after the earthquake.
This EEFIT Field Mission report details the effects of the Mw6.9 earthquake which struck the Aegean coasts of Greece and Turkey on 30 October 2020.
This EEFIT Field Mission report details the effects of the Mw6.4 earthquake which struck Albania on 26 November 2019.
Details the effects of the 7.5 Mw earthquake which struck Sulawesi Island on 28 September 2018.
EEFIT returned to Nepal following the devastating Mw 7.8 earthquake which struck Gorkha, Nepal on 25 April 2015. This talk discusses the recovery, reconstruction and “build back better” approach, analysing both the physical reconstruction and the institutional framework for Disaster Risk Reduction.
This report is produced by Learning from Earthquakes on behalf of EEFIT. It details the remote reconnaissance that was undertaken following the Mw5.3 earthquake.
A review of tools, frameworks and practices for measuring recovery in the built environment following disaster.
A report from a project funded by a 2018 EEFIT Research Grant.
This resource features two case studies. They describe how engineers engaged with the local community following the earthquake of 2015.
Details the impact of the 7.0 Mw earthquake which struck Haiti on 12 January 2010.
Details the effects of the 7.6 Mw earthquake which struck Sumatra on 30 September 2009.
Details the initial findings following the 7.9 Mw earthquake which struck Wenchuan on 12 May 2008.
Provides observations following the 4.7 Mw earthquake which struck Lincolnshire on 27 February 2008.
Provides observations following the 4.0 Mw earthquake which struck Folkestone on 28 April 2007.