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Vol. 55 No. 3 (2022)
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Drivers and challenges in using low damage seismic designs in Christchurch buildings

Juliet Skidmore, Gabriele Granello, Alessandro Palermo

Seismic effects of bracing irregularity of light timber-framed buildings

Angela Liu, Minghao Li

Challenges in post-earthquake recovery of damaged and neglected buildings in Christchurch CBD

Olga Filippova, Ken Elwood, Toni Collins

Review of recently constructed concrete wall-steel frame hybrid buildings

Marie C. Pascua, Rick Henry, Charlotte Toma

Challenges of seismic detailing on the fire performance of post-tensioned timber frames

Paul D. Horne, Alessandro A. Palermo, Anthony K. Abu, Peter J. Moss

Estimating fire following earthquake risk for Wellington City, New Zealand

Finn Scheele, Biljana Lukovic, Jose Moratalla, Alexandre Dunant, Nick Horspool

Investigating the impact of design criteria on the expected seismic losses of multi-storey office buildings

Luis John, Michael B. Williamson, Timothy J. Sullivan

Evaluation of a geospatial liquefaction model using land damage data from the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake

Amelia Lin, Liam Wotherspoon, Jason Motha

Considerations on seismic hazard disaggregation in terms of occurrence or exceedance in New Zealand

Matthew J. Fox

The Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering (NZSEE) is a quarterly journal that publishes articles in all fields of earthquake engineering, including but not limited to structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, engineering seismology, social science, and reconnaissance reports from major earthquakes around the world.