TCLEE Monograph 30 summarizes the observations of damage to lifeline infrastructure systems caused by the Sumatra-Andaman Island earthquake of December 26, 2004.
This report assesses the impact of Hurricane Katrina upon coastal, port, harbor, and marine infrastructure, including levees, in the states of Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi.
This report focuses on the direct physical causes and contributing
factors to the failures of the hurricane protection system during and
after Hurricane Katrina.
TCLEE Monograph 29 discusses in detail the performance of transportation infrastructure systems along the Gulf Coast during and after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
TCLEE Monograph 28 provides a record of lifeline infrastructure performance during the two most damaging U.S. earthquakes at the start of 21st century, the December 22, 2003 earthquake near San Simeon, California, and the November 3, 2002 earthquake near Denali, Alaska.