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Building Up

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A lively, informal look at prior earthquake research conducted by NSF's NEESWood project featuring a full-size, three-bedroom house built on an indoor "shake table" at the University at Buffalo. The follow-up shake test on July 14, 2009, was the world's largest, shaking a condominium building.

Credit: National Science Foundation; University at Buffalo; FEMA

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Jun 05, 2009
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Last Updated: Jun 05, 2009