Published August 30, 2003 by National Academies Press .
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As an applied science, it provides a knowledge base of great practical value for a global society whose infrastructure is built on the Earth's active crust. This book describes the growth and origins of earthquake science and identifies research and data collection efforts that will strengthen the scientific and social contributions of this.
The book cites hyperlinks to useful websites for additional information. Both Seismic Hazard Zone maps and Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zone Maps of the California Geological Survey are show-cased as effective tools in earthquake hazard reduction. "Living on an Active Earth -- perspectives on Earthquake Science" is highly recommended.5/5.
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Living on an Active Earth was over three years in preparation, and (like all National Academy publications) it has been rigorously peer-reviewed for scientific content. The book makes good use of colored maps, diagrams, and photos to convey applied seismology concepts.
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