Brendon A Bradley
Brendon A Bradley
Professor of Earthquake Engineering, University of Canterbury
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National seismic hazard model for New Zealand: 2010 update
M Stirling, G McVerry, M Gerstenberger, N Litchfield, R Van Dissen, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 102 (4), 1514-1542, 2012
Near-source strong ground motions observed in the 22 February 2011 Christchurch earthquake
BA Bradley, M Cubrinovski
Seismological Research Letters 82 (6), 853-865, 2011
A generalized conditional intensity measure approach and holistic ground‐motion selection
BA Bradley
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 39 (12), 1321-1342, 2010
Geotechnical aspects of the 22 February 2011 Christchurch earthquake
M Cubrinovski, B Bradley, L Wotherspoon, R Green, J Bray, C Wood, ...
Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 44 (4), 205-226, 2011
Soil liquefaction effects in the central business district during the February 2011 Christchurch earthquake
M Cubrinovski, JD Bray, M Taylor, S Giorgini, B Bradley, L Wotherspoon, ...
Seismological Research Letters 82 (6), 893-904, 2011
Geotechnical reconnaissance of the 2010 Darfield (New Zealand) earthquake
M Cubrinovski, R Green, J Allen, S Ashford, E Bowman, BA Bradley, ...
University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2010
Critical parameters affecting bias and variability in site‐response analyses using KiK‐net downhole array data
J Kaklamanos, BA Bradley, EM Thompson, LG Baise
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 103 (3), 1733-1749, 2013
A New Zealand‐specific pseudospectral acceleration ground‐motion prediction equation for active shallow crustal earthquakes based on foreign models
BA Bradley
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 103 (3), 1801-1822, 2013
Recurrent liquefaction in Christchurch, New Zealand, during the Canterbury earthquake sequence
MC Quigley, S Bastin, BA Bradley
Geology 41 (4), 419-422, 2013
A ground motion selection algorithm based on the generalized conditional intensity measure approach
BA Bradley
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 40, 48-61, 2012
Empirical building fragilities from observed damage in the 2009 South Pacific tsunami
S Reese, BA Bradley, J Bind, G Smart, W Power, J Sturman
Earth-Science Reviews 107 (1-2), 156-173, 2011
Strong ground motion characteristics observed in the 4 September 2010 Darfield, New Zealand earthquake
BA Bradley
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 42, 32-46, 2012
Evaluation of the liquefaction potential index for assessing liquefaction hazard in Christchurch, New Zealand
BW Maurer, RA Green, M Cubrinovski, BA Bradley
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 140 (7), 04014032, 2014
Ground motion and seismic source aspects of the Canterbury earthquake sequence
BA Bradley, MC Quigley, RJ Van Dissen, NJ Litchfield
Earthquake Spectra 30 (1), 1-15, 2014
Correlation of significant duration with amplitude and cumulative intensity measures and its use in ground motion selection
BA Bradley
Journal of Earthquake Engineering 15 (6), 809-832, 2011
Error estimation of closed‐form solution for annual rate of structural collapse
BA Bradley, RP Dhakal
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 37 (15), 1721-1737, 2008
Select liquefaction case histories from the 2010–2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence
RA Green, M Cubrinovski, B Cox, C Wood, L Wotherspoon, B Bradley, ...
Earthquake Spectra 30 (1), 131-153, 2014
Prediction of spatially distributed seismic demands in specific structures: Ground motion and structural response
BA Bradley, RP Dhakal, GA MacRae, M Cubrinovski
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 39 (5), 501-520, 2010
The 2010–2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence: Environmental effects, seismic triggering thresholds and geologic legacy
MC Quigley, MW Hughes, BA Bradley, S van Ballegooy, C Reid, ...
Tectonophysics 672, 228-274, 2016
Seismic loss estimation for efficient decision making
BA Bradley, RP Dhakal, M Cubrinovski, GA MacRae, DS Lee
University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering., 2008
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