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Monthly Journal of California Geology : Vacaville-Winters Earthquake 1892, 1983 Coalinga Earthquake, and more, 1987, California Geology, 40 (4) : 73-96 with multiple illustrations.

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  • The 1983 Coalinga earthquake occurred on May 2 at exactly 23:42 in . The measured 6.2 on the and had a maximum of VIII (). The earthquake was caused by an unknown fault buried under the surface.

    The California Seismic Safety Commission was tasked with conducting a specific comprehensive investigation into the 1983 Coalinga earthquake, providing funding and expert technical assistance to the people of Coalinga for planning and reconstruction, and preparing and publishing a comprehensive report on the Coalinga earthquake. Coalinga recovered 98 percent of their expenses in repairing and rebuilding public buildings at a time when an 85 percent recovery rate was considered the standard success rate. In September 2006, the California Seismic Safety Commission was renamed the Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission in honor of the then recently deceased California politician . In addition, the commission member's per diem expenses were raised from $50 to $100 per day and their duties specific to the 1983 Coalinga earthquake were deleted before the comprehensive report was prepared.

  • Discussing the 1983 Coalinga earthquake that detroyed most of downtown Colinga and what has been done to guard against future earthquake disasters.

    The 1983 Coalinga earthquake occurred on May 2 at exactly 23:42 in . The measured 6.2 on the and had a maximum of VIII (). The earthquake was caused by an unknown fault buried under the surface.

  • The California Seismic Safety Commission was tasked with conducting a specific comprehensive investigation into the 1983 Coalinga earthquake, providing funding and expert technical assistance to the people of Coalinga for planning and reconstruction, and preparing and publishing a comprehensive report on the Coalinga earthquake. Coalinga recovered 98 percent of their expenses in repairing and rebuilding public buildings at a time when an 85 percent recovery rate was considered the standard success rate. In September 2006, the California Seismic Safety Commission was renamed the Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission in honor of the then recently deceased California politician . In addition, the commission member's per diem expenses were raised from $50 to $100 per day and their duties specific to the 1983 Coalinga earthquake were deleted before the comprehensive report was prepared.

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The California Seismic Safety Commission was tasked with conducting a specific comprehensive investigation into the 1983 Coalinga earthquake, providing funding and expert technical assistance to the people of Coalinga for planning and reconstruction, and preparing and publishing a comprehensive report on the Coalinga earthquake. Coalinga recovered 98 percent of their expenses in repairing and rebuilding public buildings at a time when an 85 percent recovery rate was considered the standard success rate. In September 2006, the California Seismic Safety Commission was renamed the Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission in honor of the then recently deceased California politician . In addition, the commission member's per diem expenses were raised from $50 to $100 per day and their duties specific to the 1983 Coalinga earthquake were deleted before the comprehensive report was prepared.