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StEER Releases Details on Recent Earthquakes in Croatia and Indonesia

Published on February 3, 2021

 

Collapsed unreinforced masonry building on Strossmayer St. in Petrinja. Photo by Damir Lazarevi?.

The Structural Extreme Events Reconnaissance community, StEER, has released two new products overviewing the impacts of recent earthquakes on the built environment.

The first is a product resulting from a collaboration between EERI’s Learning From Earthquakes program and StEER to document the 29 December 2020 Petrinja, Croatia (Mw 6.4) Earthquake. This detailed Joint Reconnaissance Report, which includes field observations from colleagues near the epicenter, is available on DesignSafe:

https://doi.org/10.17603/ds2-1w0y-5080

The second release is an Event Briefing on the 15 January 2021 earthquake in Sulawesi, Indonesia, which includes contributions from colleagues who previously documented the Palu earthquake-tsunami in 2018. It is also now available on DesignSafe:

https://doi.org/10.17603/ds2-16w0-8f16