- Second International Earthquake Conference April 6-10 1987, Los Angeles, California, USA.
- Bay of Plenty earthquake: an outline of the Earthquake and War Damage Commission’s role.
- Earthquake insurance.
- Conservation of historic buildings in a seismic zone: a New Zealand perspective.
- A base-isolation design using spherically-ended rollers and telescopic shock absorbers.
- A modified approach to earthquake resistant design of torsionally coupled buildings.
- Book reviews.
- Effect of the Edgecumbe earthquake on mechanical and process equipment at the Tasman Mill.
- Liquefaction in the Buller region in the 1929 and 1968 earthquakes.
- Sliding-vibrating responses of elastic structures.
- Edgecumbe earthquake – some notes on its source, ground motions, and damage in relation to safety.
- Time and place – a reminiscence.
- Seismic design in reinforced concrete: the state of the art in New Zealand.
- Time for a break – let’s have an earthquake.
- Earthquake damage at Edgecumbe and Kawarau Electricorp substations in the Bay of Plenty earthquake
- A comparison of the behaviour of reinforced concrete beam-column joints designed for ductility and limited ductility.
- Emergency guideline for classification of risk levels of earthquake damaged reinforced concrete buildings.
- Book reviews.
- International Association for Earthquake Engineering.
- Principal New Zealand earthquakes in 1988
- Workshop on the deformation of the Wellington Region.
- Rate of movement and geometry of the southern segment of the Wellington Fault.
- Timing of the last large earthquake on the Wellington fault from the Tararua ranges to Woodville.
- Geodetic observations in the Wellington Region.
- Is strain concentrating about the Wellington fault?
- Locating shallow faults and fracture zones using engineering geophysics
- Historical aspects of the 1855 earthquake.
- Finding Wellington’s faults.
- Seismic behaviour of a reinforced concrete portal frame sustaining gravity loads.
- Design of a curved 414m long continuous concrete railway bridge to resist earthquake motions.
- Discussion – Conservation of historic buildings in a seismic zone: a New Zealand perspective, by I. Bowman.
- Errata – Sliding-vibrating response of elastic structures, Vol 21 No. 3 September 1988 pp 190-197.
- Errata – earthquake damage at Edgecumbe and Kawarau Electricorp substations in the Bay of Plenty earthquake on 2 March 1987, Vol.21 No. 4, December 1988, pp 247-254.
- 3rd US-Japan workshop on the improvement of building structural design and construction practices, July 29-August 1 1988 Tokyo, Japan.
- Normal modes of a ‘cylindrical valley’ of alluvium.
- Observation of a directed resonance in soil driven by transverse rock motion.
- An estimation method for seismic effects of reinforced concrete non-structural walls to structural frame members.
- Non-linear dynamic analysis and design concepts for RC beams under impulsive loads.
- Hysteretic restoring force characteristics of unbonded prestressed concrete structure under earthquake loads.
- United States/New Zealand/Japan/China collaborative research project on the seismic design of reinforced concrete beam-column-slab joints.
- Obituary – Professor Kiyushi Muto.
- Column strength requirements in multi-storey seismic frames.
- High voltage circuit breaker supported on a base isolating tripod for earthquake protection.
- Evaluation of ductility of structures and structural assemblages from laboratory testing.
- The use of sprayed concrete in the strengthening of earthquake risk buildings.
- Comparative analyses of a multi-storey frame and wall using the current and draft loading codes.
- Loss estimation for insurance purposes: United States practices.
- The information needs and obligations of the insurer.
- Techniques and parameters for earthquake risk assessment.
- The role of reinsurance in earthquake risk assessment.
- The role of the international reinsurance broker.
- Earthquake and business interruption: a policy for survival?
- Planning for disaster.
- An overview of earthquake insurance in Japan.
- New Zealand earthquakes in 1989.
- The December 28, 1989 Newcastle, Australia Earthquake.
- Research reduces risks.
- Progress in earth science research of benefit to the earthquake insurance industry
- How well is the insurance industry in New Zealand served by existing research and technology?
- Damage ratios for domestic buildings in the 1987 Edgecumbe earthquake
- The Lake Coleridge earthquakes of 1946.
- Capital discovery place Te aho a Maui Wellington.
- The insurance industry’s role in town planning.
- A new building control system – its nature and some implications.
- Managing the New Zealand economy at a time of natural disaster.
- The role of the state as an insurer of last resort?
- Strength and ductility in reinforced concrete frames designed with Mexican codes.
- Surface wave magnitudes of some New Zealand earthquakes 1901-1988.
- Earthquake hazard in New Zealand : some implications of the Edgecumbe Earthquake, March 1987
- Tauranga Harbour crossing, Stella Passage bridge – seismic design.
- Observations of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
- Calculating static deformations from quick-release accelerograms.
- An immediate and preliminary report on the Manjil, Iran, earthquake of 20 June 1990.
- Workshop reports – Conference on the information needs of the earthquake insurance industry in New Zealand.
- Seismic design of prestressed concrete buildings.
- P-delta effects in medium height moment resisting steel frames under seismic loading.
- Discussion – the Loma Prieta, California, earthquake of October 17, 1989: report of the NZNSEE reconnaissance team. (23(1), 1-78)
- Earthquake risk buildings – how they stand up in court.
- Vulnerability and seismic risk assessment of buildings following the 1989 Newcastle, Australia, earthquake.
- NZ contributions to the international workshop on the seismic design and retrofitting of reinforced concrete bridges, Bormio, Italy, April 2-5, 1991
- Second Conference on Tall Buildings in Seismic Regions. May 16 and 17, 1991, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
- A revision of attenuation relationships for Modified Mercalli intensity in New Zealand earthquakes
- Reduction and distribution of lateral seismic inertia forces on base isolated multistorey structures
- A simplified earthquake resistant design method for base isolated multistorey structures.
- Rubber bearings in base-isolated structures: a summary paper
- The June 28, 1991 Sierra Madre California earthquake.
- On the observation, characterisation and predictive GIS mapping of strong ground shaking for seismic zonation (a case study in the San Francisco Bay region, California).
- The seismic response of nonstructural elements in buildings.
- Earthquake engineering in regions of low seismicity.
- Recent developments in seismic design of reinforced concrete buildings in Japan.
- Discussion, and authors’ reply: Vulnerability and seismic risk assessment of buildings following the 1989 Newcastle, Australia earthquake (24(2), p116).
- Principal earthquakes in New Zealand 1991.
- Earthquake reconnaissance report. Damage to the power generation and transmission facilities in the Loma Prieta earthquake of 17 October 1989.
- Structural damage aspects of the April 22, 1991 Costa Rica earthquake.
- Some possible revisions to the seismic provisions of the New Zealand Concrete Design Code for Moment Resisting Frames.
- Performance assessment of damaged bridge bents after the Loma Prieta earthquake.
- The Earthquake and War Damage Commission – a look forward (and a look back).
- P-delta actions in seismic resistant structures.
- Discussion and authors’ reply: P-delta effects in medium height moment resisting steel frames under seismic loading. (23(4) p.305)
- Death of George Eiby.
- A tribute to George Eiby.
- N.Z. Parliament Buildings seismic protection by base isolation.
- Seismic isolation of a printing press in Wellington, New Zealand.
- Recent developments in devices for seismic isolation.
- Comparative study of four passive energy dissipation systems.
- Seismic isolation of bridges in Italy.
- Research into seismic retrofit of reinforced concrete bridge columns.
- Seismic hazard estimates for the Auckland area, and their design and construction implications.
- Two dimensional nonlinear site response analyses.
- Reconnaissance field investigation of the Landers earthquake (Ms 7.5) of June 28, 1992, San Bernadino County, California, USA.
- Microzone effects in the Hutt Valley in records from a strong-motion accelerography array.
- Evaluation of sediment properties in the Lower Hutt and Porirua areas by means of cone and seismic cone penetration tests.
- Earthquake ground shaking hazard assessment for the Lower Hutt and Porirua areas, New Zealand.
- Frequency dependent amplification of weak ground motions in Porirua and Lower Hutt, New Zealand.
- Distribution of geological materials in Lower Hutt and Porirua, New Zealand: a component of a ground shaking hazard assessment.
- A revision of the Modified Mercalli Seismic Intensity Scale.
- Technical note: Intensity of shaking generated by large shallow New Zealand earthquakes.
- Letter – The 1989 Newcastle, Australia, earthquake: the facts and the misconceptions (25(2) pp 77-144)
- Book review – Seismic design of reinforced concrete and masonry buildings.
- Principal earthquakes in New Zealand in 1992.
- Attenuation of peak ground accelerations in some recent New Zealand earthquakes.
- Christchurch seismic hazard pilot study.
- Elongation and load deflection characteristics of reinforced concrete members containing plastic hinges.
- Effect of vertical distribution of mass and translational stiffness on dynamic eccentricities for a special class of multi-storey buildings.
- Aseismic pile foundation design analysis.
- Seismic amplification determined from microtremor monitoring at alluvial and rock sites in Newcastle.
- Strengthening of the Wellington Town Hall.
- A report on the symposium on practical lessons from the Loma Prieta earthquake held March 22-23 1993, San Francisco.
- An evaluation of the New Zealand code torsional provision.
- Lifelines in earthquakes – a case study based on Wellington.
- Reconnaissance report on the Weber earthquake – 13 May 1990.
- Approved projects to be funded by the EQC research programme 1993/94
- Book review – The earth was raised up in waves like the sea…
- Earthquake of 7 December 1988, Spitak, Armenia: Report of the NZNSEE team visit of 1989.
- The Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake: Preliminary report of the NZNSEE reconnaissance team.
- Reconnaissance report on the Ormond earthquake – 10 August 1993.
- Ormond earthquake – 10 August 1993: Report on visit to examine the effects on bridging.
- Ormond earthquake: Liquefaction reconnaissance report.
- Myths and fallacies in earthquake engineering – conflicts between design and reality.
- Improvements to lead-extrusion damper technology.
- Peak ground accelerations recorded in the 1968 Inangahua earthquake and some attenuation implications.
- Vertical lateral load resisting elements for low to medium rise buildings – information for architects.
- Errata – Strengthening of the Wellington Town Hall, Vol 26(2) pp 185-191, Jury, R.D. AND An evaluation of the New Zealand code torsional provision, Vol 26(2), pp194-207, Tso, W.K. and Wong, C.M.
- Book review: Response spectrum method in seismic analysis and design of structures, by Ajaya Kumar Gupta.
- Highlights of 30 years of strong-motion recording in New Zealand.
- The August 8, 1993 Guam earthquake.
- Liquefaction: ejecta samples from the 1993 Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake.
- Seismic design of glulam structures.
- Changes to disaster insurance in New Zealand.
- World seismic safety initiative – an IAEE undertaking.
- Principal earthquakes in New Zealand in 1993.
- The Hokkaido-Nansei-Oki earthquake. Final report of the NZNSEE reconnaissance team.
- Brief report on the January 17 1994 Northridge earthquake in Los Angeles.
- Book review – Earthquake and Volcanic Eruptions: a handbook of risk assessment, by H. Tiedemann.
- Book review – An introduction to seismic isolation, by R.I.Skinner, W.H.Robinson and G.H.McVerry.
- Obituary – Emilio Rosenblueth.
- Ductile behaviour of reinforced masonry columns.
- On the performance of inelastically responding asymmetric structures designed by the modal response spectrum method of NZS 4203:1992.
- Impact between buildings during earthquakes.
- The seismic analysis of sandy sites.
- A decomposition of strong ground motion.
- Dynamic analysis of structures.
- The Fiordland earthquake of 10 August 1993: a reconnaissance report covering tectonic setting, peak ground acceleration, and landslide damage.
- Past earthquake timing and magnitude along the Inglewood fault, Taranaki, New Zealand.
- Book review – Earthquake protection, by A. Coburn and R. Spence.
- Book review – Simplicity and confidence in seismic design, by T. Paulay.
- The ground acceleration of historical earthquakes.
- Liquefaction at Kaiapoi in the 1901 Cheviot, New Zealand, earthquake.
- Damage and intensities in the magnitude 7.8 1929 Murchison, New Zealand, earthquake.
- Response of low-rise buildings to moderate ground shaking, particularly the May 1990 Weber earthquake.
- Reconnaissance report on highway damage from the 18 June 1994, Arthurs Pass earthquake.
- Ground shaking intensity and damage at Lake Coleridge power station in the 18 June 1994 Avoca River earthquake.
- Northridge earthquake reconnaissance report.
- Principal earthquakes in New Zealand in 1994.
- Liquefaction potential and piezocone response.
- Seismic restraint of building contents.
- Evaluation of seismic design parameters for the Museum of New Zealand site.
- Damage ratios for houses and microzoning effects in Napier in the magnitude 7.8 Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand earthquake of 1931.
- A look into Eurocode 8: the unified European code for the design of earthquake resistant structures.
- Seismic bearing capacity with variable shear transfer.
- Disaster recovery – what happens next?
- Projects to be funded by the Earthquake Commission research programme 1995/96.
- The seismic resistance of unreinforced masonry cantilever walls in low seismicity areas.
- A development in the modelling of far-field intensities for New Zealand earthquakes.
- A procedure for modelling near-field earthquake intensities.
- Insights and challenges associated with determining seismic design forces in a loading code.
- Recent research and applications of seismic isolation in New Zealand.
- Damage ratios for plant, equipment and stock in the 1987 Edgecumbe, New Zealand, earthquake.
- Seismic hazard in Australia and New Zealand.
- Developing a common Australasian earthquake loading standard.
- A note on the Arthur’s Pass earthquake, 18 June 1994.
- Damage to State Highway 73 from the 29th May 1995, Arthur’s Pass earthquake.
- Restoration of road and rail transportation following the great Hanshin earthquake of 17 January 1995.
- Book review: Siting in earthquake zones, by J.G.Z.Q. Wang and K.T. Laws.
- Lessons for New Zealand lifelines organisations from the 17 January 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake.
- Principal earthquakes in New Zealand in 1995.
- Discussion – The seismic resistance of unreinforced masonry cantilever walls in low seismicity areas, by N.T.K. Lam, J.L. Wilson and G.L. Hutchinson, 28(3) pp 179-195.
- An analysis of the failure of the columns of a 600 metre length of the Hanshin elevated expressway during the Great Hanshin Earthquake of 17 January 1995.
- Liquefaction susceptibility based on dissipated energy: a consistent design methodology.
- The modified Mercalli earthquake intensity scale – revisions arising from recent studies of New Zealand earthquakes.
- Recent developments in earthquake hazard mitigation in the United States.
- New Zealand National Society for Earthquake Engineering earthquake reconnaissance scheme.
- US-Japan workshop on geotechnical aspects of recent earthquakes.
- Geotechnical earthquake engineering in New Zealand summary of ongoing research.
- Case study: Christchurch Government Buildings strengthening and refurbishment.
- Earthquake risk (prone) buildings – the Gisborne experience.
- Earthquake resistant design of foundations.
- Preliminary paleoearthquake investigations of active faults on Awaji Island, Japan, in relation to the 1995 Great Hanshin (Kobe) Earthquake.
- Seismic design for torsional response of ductile buildings.
- The fundamentals of an earthquake standard.
- A note on the Hanmer Springs earthquake, Thursday 29/08/1996.
- Workshop on seismic hazard mitigation of non-engineered structures National Geophysics Research Institute Hyderabad, India 2-8 June 1996.
- Rules of the New Zealand National Society for Earthquake Engineering.
- Intraplate seismicity and zonation.
- Earthquake design and performance of steel structures.
- Unreinforced masonry structures – an Australian overview.
- Displacement-based seismic assessment of existing reinforced concrete buildings.
- The strengthening of Auckland Town Hall.
- Post-earthquake co-ordination of technical resources: the need for a unified approach.
- Short note – Emergency Services Review.
- Letter – re Earthquake risk (prone) buildings – the Gisborne experience, by J.D.Wells, 29(3), September 1996.
- Principal earthquakes in New Zealand in 1996.
- The City of Los Angeles experience during the 1994 Northridge earthquake: managing resources and information.
- Observation and synthesis of spatially-incoherent weak-motion wavefields at Alfredton basin, New Zealand.
- Earthquake insurance loss assessments for regions of Australia.
- Prediction of insurance loss from earthquakes.
- Seismic design within architectural education.
- 11th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering – Acapulco, Mexico, June 1996.
- Bulletin of the New Zealand National Society for Earthquake Engineering Twenty-five year index Volume 1 (1968) to Volume 25 (1992).
- NZNSEE President’s page.
- Seismic response of bridge knee joints having columns with interlocking spirals.
- Attenuation of peak ground accelerations in New Zealand earthquakes.
- NZNSEE 1997 Conference feature session on last decade report by session chairman.
- A decade of progress in seismology since the Edgecumbe earthquake.
- Recent developments in earthquake geotechnical engineering.
- A decade of progress since the Edgecumbe earthquake – buildings.
- Developments in seismic design procedures for bridges in New Zealand.
- A decade of progress since the Edgecumbe earthquake: risk and insurance.
- Lifelines engineering – a long way in a decade.
- Projects to be funded by the Earthquake Commission research programme 1997/98.
- A static force-based procedure for the seismic assessment of existing reinforced concrete moment resisting frames.
- Vulnerability of different classes of low-rise buildings in the 1987 Edgecumbe, New Zealand, earthquake.
- The Tikokino earthquake of 11 April 1993: movement at the plate interface in southern Hawkes Bay.
- A review of code provisions for torsional seismic effects in buildings.