I’ve already included the notes to help write this paper, and there are also link for details information on that. So, you just need to follow these observations that I have put in order and use them to help you write the report. Below are the notes, instruction, and requirements for the report.Questions: fault rupture (distance to major fault, or faults, that are closest to your home),ground shaking intensity,earthquake-induced landslide potentialliquefaction susceptibility if near a body of water, such as the coast, then include tsunami potential AnswersI lived in San Jose, California which makes The Hayward and Calaveras Faults are the closest faults to where I lived which located less than 10 miles away from my house. The Hayward Fault running about 70 kilometers from Fremont to Point Pinole.The shaking intensity of the Hayward Fault has a magnitude of 6.8 + and considered as the Nation’s most dangerous fault. The shaking intensity of it could become violent and can destroy buildings. Significant portions of the Berkeley hills experienced earthquake-induced landslide potential. Soft muds are where high liquefaction susceptibility occurred. It built shook much more intensely on stronger soil than neighboring areas.Liquefaction during large earthquakes like Hayward Fault generally disrupts pipelines and road networks and can also cause buildings to settle and move downhill.There is no tsunami potential near my house.Helpful links:https://www.kqed.org/science/21247/napa-quake-forc…https://www.sfgate.com/science/article/Bay-Area-ea…https://maps.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/informationwa…https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R5oX0eZ_t5UX1S…
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Final Exam – 110 points!
Required Format for Seismic Hazard Analysis and Personal Earthquake
Preparedness Plan



Doubled-spaced, 12 point font
Do not exceed 1600 words (roughly 1 page of text for introduction and seismic
hazard analysis; then approximately 1/2 page of text for each of the 7 steps of
preparedness plan, and 1/2 page for implementation plan)
Title page, summary at beginning, graphics or figures, and reference list are not
included in text/page limit.
Organization
Page 1. Title with Name at the top of page 1, followed 1 paragraph summary of
Entire Plan (100-200 words-long) – this is a summary of entire report!
Use following section organization with the appropriate heading for each section.
Section I. Seismic Hazard Analysis
Page 2 – (1) clearly state objective of report with accompanying justification, relevance
to personal situation and importance; (2) statement of your location within the
context of the locations of the major faults of the San Andreas Fault system, (3)
earthquake forecast probability on fault zones over the next 30 years near your
location based on UCERF3 model; (4) seismic hazard numerical rating for your
location from Temblor website, and its overall meaning, (5) analysis of individual
seismic hazards for your location, including each of the five criteria presented in
Unit IV, and scientific justification of the rating of each criteria, and (6) results of
ABAG structural safety quiz of your home, two or three sentence-long summary
of the results page.
– 1 page, double-spaced, no more. Include a minimum of 3 graphics/figures, but
are not included in page limit.
Pages 3 and 4. Figures 1, 2 and 3 associated with seismic hazard analysis section.
Section II. Seven Step Plan
Each Step description should be on its own page and approximately 1/2 page long,
roughy 150-160 words, and begin with a two or three sentence-long introduction,
describing the objectives and reasoning for the specific step, followed by a 5 to 7
sentence-long description of the tasks that have been completed in the step, and
current status of completion or lack thereof, plus a graphic/figure associated with the
main task of the step on lower half of page. Students need to personalize these
steps as much as possible.
Page 5. Step I of Preparedness Plan – Brief description of objectives and reasoning for
actions to be completed based on Beat the Quake score, including primary
reasons for the numerical rating you received out of the possible score of 18.
Next, discuss the work/items completed so far, and those to be completed in the
future- 1-2 paragraphs, approximately 7-10 sentences, double-spaced, no more,
occupying top half of the page; 1 graphic/figure on lower half of page.
Page 6.
Step II of Preparedness Plan – Brief description of objectives and
reasoning for actions to be completed, discussion of work/items completed so far
and a few to be completed in the future – 1-2 paragraphs, approximately 7-10
sentences, double-spaced, no more, occupying top half of the page; 1
graphic/figure on lower half of page.
Page 7.
Step III of Preparedness Plan – Brief description of objectives and
reasoning for actions to be completed, discussion of work/items completed so far
and a few to be completed in the future – 1-2 paragraphs, approximately 7-10
sentences, double-spaced, no more, occupying top half of the page; 1
graphic/figure on lower half of page.
Page 8
Step IV of Preparedness Plan – Brief description of objectives and
reasoning for actions to be completed, discussion of work/items completed so far
and a few to be completed in the future – 1-2 paragraphs, approximately 7-10
sentences, double-spaced, no more, occupying top half of the page; 1
graphic/figure on lower half of page.
Page 9
Step V of Preparedness Plan – Brief description of objectives and
reasoning for actions to be completed, discussion of work/items completed so far
and a few to be completed in the future – 1-2 paragraph, approximately 7-10
sentences, double-spaced, no more, occupying top half of the page; 1
graphic/figure on lower half of page.
Page 10
Step VI of Preparedness Plan – Brief description of objectives and
reasoning for actions to be completed, discussion of work/items completed so far
and a few to be completed in the future – 1-2 paragraph, approximately 7-10
sentences, double-spaced, no more, occupying top half of the page; 1
graphic/figure on lower half of page.
Page 11
Step VII of Preparedness Plan – Brief description of objectives and
reasoning for actions to be completed, discussion of work/items completed so far
and a few to be completed in the future – 1-2 paragraph, approximately 7-10
sentences, double-spaced, no more, occupying top half of the page; 1
graphic/figure on lower half of page.
Page 12
Implementation Plan – self-evaluation of current status of preparedness
plan, based on ABAG Quiz and Beat the Quake Game, and your statements
provided in Steps I through VII in this report, and a statement on current status of
home inventory (see Why your disaster kit needs a home inventory). Describe
your action plan for implementing all steps, I-VII, in the near future with a clear
timetable for completion – 1/2 page – double-spaced, no more, no graphic/figure
required.
In summary, each step page should be described in a half page of double-spaced text on the
top of the page, followed by a graphic on lower half of the page.
Section III. References Cited
Page 13
List of between 4 and 7 references used in generating this report (all
of which have already been provided to students in Units III and IV of the
class)
Scoring Rubric on next page.

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