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Identifies the factors that contribute to the damage caused to a region by an earthquake, including ground type and size.
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Using the history and current retrofit of the San Francisco Bay Bridge as a case study, students will use a simulation to understand the different types of bridges and will be challenged to create their own toothpick bridge.
SCI.ESC.322 (Earthquake Damage - Earth Science)
SCI.ESC.323 (Earthquake Safe Structures - Earth Science)
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