- Earthquake hazard in Christchurch.
- Evidence for temporal clustering of large earthquakes in the Wellington region from computer models of seismicity.
- Energy dissipation and liquefaction at Port Island, Kobe.
- The estimation of structural modal parameters from the responses of the Gisborne Post Office building in recent earthquakes.
- Errata – for 30(4) pages 278 and 336.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater November 1997 to January 1998.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes November 1997 to January 1998.
- Aspects of drift and ductility capacity of rectangular cantilever structural walls.
- The dynamic properties of a pumiceous sand.
- Post-earthquake building safety evaluation procedures Preparedness checklist and response plan for territorial authorities.
- Natural disaster: finding, managing and sharing people and information.
- World Conferences on Earthquake Engineering (WCEE) Arrangements for 12WCEE in New Zealand.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater February 1998 to April 1998.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes February 1998 to April 1998.
- Damage and intensities in the magnitude 7.8 1931 Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, earthquake.
- Seismic load tests on two concrete interior beam-column joints reinforced by plain round bars designed to pre-1970s codes.
- Experimental results and dynamic parameters for the Penguin Vibration Damper (PVD) for wind and earthquake loading.
- Operational requirements for an earthquake forecasting programme for New Zealand.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater May 1998 to July 1998.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes May 1998 to July 1998.
- The seismic behaviour of small reinforced concrete beam-column knee joints.
- Brief comments on elastic flexibility of reinforced concrete frames and significance to seismic design.
- Magnitudes of New Zealand earthquakes, 1901-1993.
- Post-earthquake response: issues associated with compiling a register of engineers.
- Counting the cost: the economic effects of a major earthquake.
- Bulletin indexes.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater August 1998 to October 1998.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes August 1998 to October 1998.
- Ductility demand for uni-directional and reversing plastic hinges in ductile moment resisting frames.
- Earthquake engineering in Australia – before Meckering and after Newcastle.
- Station correction analysis for surface-wave magnitudes of New Zealand earthquakes.
- Constitution and rules of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering Incorporated.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater November 1998 to December 1998.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes November 1998 to December 1998.
- Bulletin of New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 3-year index 1996-1998.
- Attenuation of Modified Mercalli Intensity in New Zealand earthquakes.
- Out-of-plane performance of a partially filled reinforced concrete masonry wall with Ribraft (TM) floor.
- Report of the New Zealand Reconnaissance Team to the area of the 17 July 1998 tsunami at Sissano Lagoon, Papua New Guinea.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater January to March 1999.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes January to March 1999.
- Weak motion attenuation of peak ground acceleration in the North Island, New Zealand.
- Modelling and earthquake response of Gisborne Post Office site, New Zealand.
- Azimuthal and regional variations of coda waves in New Zealand.
- Projects to be funded by the Earthquake Commission Research Programme 1999/2000.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater April to May 1999. (Note: includes June 1999)
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes April to June 1999.
- A model for the attenuation of peak ground acceleration in New Zealand earthquakes based on seismograph and accelerograph data.
- The 1934 Pahiatua earthquake sequence: analysis of observational and instrumental data.
- A report of the relief organisation in Hastings arising out of the [magnitude 7.8] earthquake in Hawke’s Bay [New Zealand] on February 3, 1931.
- A progress report on the earthquake hazard centre.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater July-September 1999.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes July-September 1999.
- The ‘Eje Cafetero’ Earthquake, Colombia of January 25 1999.
- Analytical modelling of infilled frame structures – a general review.
- United States Building Code Approach to Variations in Regional Seismicity.
- World Earthquakes of Magnitude 6.0 and Greater October-December 1999.
- Significant New Zealand Earthquakes, 1999 October-December.
- NZSEE President’s page.
- Marmara Sea earthquake reconnaissance report Report of the NZSEE Reconnaissance team on the 17 August 1999 Marmara Sea, Turkey earthquake.
- The Chi-Chi, Taiwan earthquake of 21 September, 1999 Report of the NZSEE reconnaissance team.
- Brief report from the 12WCEE organising committee.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater January-April 2000.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes January-April 2000.
- Brief report on the 12th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (12WCEE) held in Auckland, New Zealand during 30 January-4 February 2000.
- Non-engineered construction in developing countries – an approach toward earthquake risk preduction (sic).
- Passive control of structures for seismic loads.
- Risk assessment and retrofit of existing buildings.
- Engineering management of lifeline systems under earthquake risk.
- Seismic design and retrofit of bridges.
- Advances in seismic risk management in developing countries.
- Design for low/moderate seismic risk.
- Performance based seismic design.
- Geotechnical factors in seismic design of foundations state-of-the-art report.
- Seismic hazard evaluation.
- Active, semi-active and hybrid control of structures.
- Understanding torsional phenomena in ductile systems
- Direct displacement-based seismic design of concrete buildings.
- Comparative preparedness in New Zealand and the Philippines for response to, and recovery from, volcanic eruptions: case studies from the 1991 Pinatubo eruption and the 1995-6 eruptions of Ruapehu.
- Quantifying the hazard of large subduction thrust earthquakes in Hawke’s Bay.
- Addendum Figures for Paul Somerville’s 12WCEE state-of-the-art paper ‘Seismic hazard evaluation’ published in Vol. 33, No. 3, September 2000, pp 325-346.
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater April 18-August 2000.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes May-August 2000.
- Improving the Resistance of Structures to Earthquakes
- Seismic Pounding of a Case of Adjacent Multiple-Storey Buildings of Differing Total Heights Considering Soil Flexibility Effects
- Preparation of the New Zealand Earthquake Catalogue for a Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis
- Seismic Behaviour and Retrofit of Pre-1970′s As-Built Exterior Beam-Column Joints Reinforced by Plain Round Bars
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater, September-December 2000.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes, September-December 2000.
- Liquefaction at the Imperial Valley Wildlife Site
- Influence of Loading History on the Response of a Reinforced Concrete Beam
- The 1942 Wairarapa, New Zealand Earthquakes: Analysis of Observational and Instrumentational Data
- Earthquake Building Damage in Developing Countries: A Review of Recent Reconnaissance Reports
- World earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater, January to March 2001.
- Significant New Zealand earthquakes, January-March 2001.
- Non-linear analysis of reinforced concrete knee joints using strut-and-tie computer models
- Damage ratios for domestic property in the magnitude 7.2 1968 Inangahua, New Zealand, earthquake
- Seismic ratings for degrading structural systems
- From natural to cultural disaster: Consequences of the post-earthquake rehabilitation process on the cultural heritage in Marathwada Region, India
- NZ Society for Earthquake Engineering Reconnaissance Team to Seattle, USA: The February 28, 2001 Nisqually Earthquake
- Earthquake hazard and risk assessment study for the Canterbury Region, South Island, New Zealand: Outline of programme development
- Earthquake source identification and characterisation for the Canterbury Region, South Island, New Zealand
- Probabilistic seismic hazard assessment of the Canterbury Region, New Zealand
- Damage Ratios for Low-Rise Non-Domestic Brick Buildings in the Magnitude 7.1 Wairarapa, New Zealand Earthquake of 24 June 1942
- Reinforced Concrete Building Performance in the Mw 7.8 1931 Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand Earthquake
van de Vorstenbosch, G.
- Strut-and-Tie Computer Modelling of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Portal Frames N.H.T. to Concrete Bridge Portal Frames
- A Comparison of the Seismic Design Requirements in the New Zealand Loadings Standard with Other Major Design Codes
- The Roball – a New Seismic Isolation Device
- Social and Economic Consequences of Historic Caldera Unrest at the Taupo Volcano, New Zealand and the Management of Future Episodes of Unrest
- On the Lateral Force Distribution Among Structural Walls in Multistorey Buildings
- The Wainuiomata “Local Effects” Seismograph Network
- Guided Love- and Rayleigh-Waves in Parkway Valley, Wainuiomata, N.Z.
- Development of a Volcanic Hazard Model for New Zealand: First Approaches from the Methods of Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis
- Historical Incidence of Modified Mercalli Intensity in New Zealand and Comparisons with Hazard Models
- Effects of Microzoning and Foundations on Damage Ratios for Domestic Property in the Magnitude 7.2 1968 Inangahua, New Zealand Earthquake
- Seismic Displacement Capacity of Ductile Reinforced Concrete Building Systems
- Post-Earthquake Repair and Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete Beam-Column Connections (Theoretical Experimental Investigation)
- Improving Linkages between Earthquake Engineering Research and Practice
- International Visions and Goals for the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
- Seismic Design Implications of Revisions to the National Building Code of Canada
- Australian Earthquake Engineering:Achievements, Challenges and Obstacles
- Challenges for the Application of Earthquake Engineering in the Pacific Islands
- The Seismic Response of Elevated Liquid Storage Tanks Isolated by Lead-Rubber Bearings
- Some Controversial Aspects of the Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Building Structures
- The Magnitude 8.3 June 23 2001 Southern Peru Earthquake and Tsunami: Reconnaissance Team Report
- The Implementation of Seismic Isolation in the Retrofit of a Large Wharf
- Seismic Performance of External Reinfoced Concrete Beam-Column Joints
- The MW7.2 Fiordland Earthquake of August 21, 2003: Background and Preliminary Results
- Earthquake Risk Reduction Actions for New Zealand
- Criteria for Strengthening Buildings: Cost-Benefit Analysis is Misleading
- In Search of Elegance
- Does Capacity Design Do the Job? an Examination of Higher Mode Effects in Cantilever Walls
- Effect of Vertical Shaking on the Displacement of Earth Retaining Structures
- Results of a Reconnaissance Trip to Mt. Etna, Italy: the Effects of the 2002 Eruption of Etna on the Province of Catania
- Estimating Earthquake and Landslide Tsunami Hazard for the New Zealand Coast
de Lange, W.P.
- Understanding the Complexities of Designing Diaphragms in Buildings for Earthquakes
- Establishing the Linkages between Structural Engineering and Risk Management
- Site Effects and SPAC Results for Three Sites in Wainuiomata
- Response of Seismically Isolated Buildings with Buffers Subjected to Near-source Ground Motions and Possible Alternative Isolation Systems
- The Prediction of Building Performance During Earthquakes – an Art or a Science?
- The 2003, Mw 7.2 Fiordland Earthquake, and its Near-Source Aftershock Strong Motion Data
- Microzoning effects on damage in two major New Zealand earthquakes
- Experimental response of framed masonry structures designed with new reinforcing details
- Base isolation of an existing 10-storey building to enhance earthquake resistance
- 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering
- Risk of casualties in New Zealand earthquakes
- Seismic design and behaviour of external reinforced concrete beam-column joints incorporating 500E grade steel reinforcing
- Temporal variations of the earthquake data in the catalogue of seismicity of New Zealand
- Retrofit of seismically isolated structures for near field ground motion using additional viscous damping
- Survey of impacts on the Andaman Coast, Southern Thailand following the Great Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake and Tsunami of December 26, 2004
- GIS-based emergency and evacuation planning for volcanic hazards in New Zealand
- Seismic retrofit of buildings: A Greek perspective
- New Zealand acceleration response spectrum attenuation relations for crustal and subduction zone earthquakes
- Base-isolated building connected to adjacent building using viscous dampers
- The RoGlider – a sliding bearing with an elastic restoring force
- A RoBall with an elastic restoring force
- Financial risk assessment methodology for natural hazards
- Economic payback of improved detailing for concrete buildings with precast hollow-core floors
- Controversial aspects in seismic assessment and retrofit of structures in modern times: understanding and implementing lessons from ancient heritage
- Earthquakes that have initiated the development of earthquake engineering
- From brittle to ductile: 75 years of seismic design in New Zealand
- Decision tools for earthquake risk management, including net present value and expected utility
- Letter to editor Re. Paper by Dhakal, Khare and Mander “Economic Payback of Improved Detailing for Concrete Buildings with Precast Hollow-Core Floors” 39(2):106-119
- Authors’ response to comments on Paper by Dhakal, Khare and Mander “Economic Payback of Improved Detailing for Concrete Buildings with Precast Hollow-Core Floors” 39(2):106-119
- Earthquake design of rectangular underground structures
- Inelastic demand spectra for bi-linear seismic isolation systems based on nonlinear time history analyses and the response of lead-rubber bearing isolation systems subjected to near-source ground motions
- Preliminary reconnaissance report for the Kashmir earthquake of 8 October 2005
- 5-Year Index: 2002-2006
- Experimental development, tradeoff analysis and design implementation of high force-to-volume damping technology
- Seismic strengthening of columns by adding new concrete
- Proposed macro-model for the analysis of infilled frame structures
- Letter to the Editor
- Performance of cylindrical liquid storage tanks in Silakhor, Iran earthquake of march 31, 2006
- Base isolation of timber-framed buildings
- Modelling ground motion in the Hutt Valley, New Zealand
- Revised isoseismal maps for the 1956 Bay of Plenty and 1987 Edgecumbe, New Zealand, earthquakes – implications for seismic hazard and risk