24-26 August 2018
Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA
Resiliency of infrastructure and specifically critical lifeline infrastructure to high-level seismicity (large earthquakes) are often an integral part of design, construction, and execution. Today, however, infrastructure in many parts of the country, particularly the Central USA, face threat from low-level seismicity which, due to their recurrence pattern, appear to be impacting structures in complex ways that cannot be readily explained. Damages are real and the need to monitor infrastructure health is real. Geophysical methods can help in monitoring both above and below the ground. This forum explored symbiosis between geophysics and design and maintenance of lifelines.
Oklahoma State University (OSU) – Stillwater Campus
Student Union, 2nd floor ballroom
100 S. Hester St.
Stillwater, OK 74078