Journals

  1. Bastin, S., Bassett, K., Quigley, M.C., Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Bradley, B.A., and Jacobson, D. (2016). “Late Holocene liquefaction at sites of contemporary liquefaction during the 2010-2011 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence.” Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 106(3): 881-903, Seismological Society of America. (Article) (Link)
  2. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B. (2015). “Assessment of CPT-based methods for liquefaction evaluation in a liquefaction potential index framework.” Géotechnique 65(5): 328-336, Institution of Civil Engineers Publishing. (Article) (Link)
  3. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Quigley, M.C., and Bastin, S. (2015). “Development of magnitude-bound relations for paleoliquefaction analyses: New Zealand case study.” Engineering Geology 197: 253-266, Elsevier Publishing. (Article) (Link)
  4. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B. A. (2015). “Fines-content effects on liquefaction hazard evaluation for infrastructure during the 2010-2011 Canterbury, New Zealand earthquake sequence.” Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 76: 58-68, Elsevier Publishing. (Article) (Link)
  5. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., and Taylor, O.S. (2015). “Moving towards an improved index for assessing liquefaction hazard: lessons from historical data.” Soils and Foundations 55(4): 778-787, Elsevier Publishing, on behalf of the Japanese Geotechnical Society. (Article) (Link)
  6. Van Ballegooy, S., Green, R.A., Lees, J., Wentz, F., and Maurer, B.W. (2015). “Assessment of various CPT based liquefaction severity index frameworks relative to the Ishihara (1985) H1-H2 boundary curves.” Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 79: 347-364, Elsevier Publishing. (Article) (Link)
  7. Green, R.A., Lasley, S., Carter, M.W., Munsey, J.W., Maurer, B.W., and Tuttle, M.P. (2014). “Geotechnical aspects in the epicentral region of the 2011 Mw5.8 Mineral, Virginia, earthquake.” The 2011 Mineral, Virginia, Earthquake and Its Significance for Seismic Hazards in Eastern North America (J.W. Horton, M.C. Chapman, and R.A. Green, eds.), GSA Special Paper 509: 151-172, Geological Society of America. (Article) (Link)
  8. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B.A. (2014). “Evaluation of the liquefaction potential index for assessing liquefaction hazard in Christchurch, New Zealand.” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 140(7), 04014032, American Society of Civil Engineers. (Article) (Link) [2016 ASCE Norman Medal]
  9. Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., Cox, B., Wood, C., Wotherspoon, L., Bradley, B., and Maurer, B.W. (2014). “Select liquefaction case histories from the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence.” Earthquake Spectra 30(1): 131-153, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. (Article) (Link)
  10. Maurer, B.W., Gustafson, A.C., Bhatia, S.K., and Palomino, A.M. (2012). “Geotextile dewatering of flocculated, fiber reinforced fly-ash slurry.” Fuel 97: 411-417, Elsevier Publishing. (Article) (Link)
  11. Khachan, M., Bhatia, S.K., Maurer, B.W., and Gustafson, A.C. (2012). “Dewatering and utilization of fly ash slurries using geotextile tubes.” Indian Geotechnical Journal 42(3): 194-205, Springer. (Article) (Link)

Conferences

  1. Maurer, B.W., Bradley, B.A., and van Ballegooy, S. (2017). “Predicting liquefaction in near-real-time (NRT): an assessment of geospatial vs. geotechnical models during the Canterbury earthquakes.” New Zealand Centre for Earthquake Resilience (QuakeCoRE) Annual Meeting, Sept 3-6; Taupo, New Zealand. (Poster)
  2. Motha, J., Bradley, B.A., Polak, V., Thompson, E., Wald, D., Maurer, B.W., and van Ballegooy, S.(2017). “Coupling ground motion simulation with regional modelling for rapid impact assessment.” New Zealand Centre for Earthquake Resilience (QuakeCoRE) Annual Meeting, Sept 3-6; Taupo, New Zealand. (Poster)
  3. Maurer, B.W. (2017). “Field testing liquefaction models based on geospatial vs. geotechnical data.” 6th International Young Geotechnical Engineers Conference: Unearth the Future, Connect Beyond, Sept 16-17; Seoul, Korea. International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. (Paper)
  4. Green, R.A., Upadhyaya, S., Wood, C., Maurer, B.W., Cox, B.R., Wotherspoon, L., Bradley, B.A., and Cubrinovski, M. (2017). “Relative efficacy of CPT- versus Vs – based simplified liquefaction evaluation procedures.” 19th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, 1521-1524; Sept 17-22; Seoul, Korea. International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. (Paper)
  5. Maurer, B.W., van Ballegooy, S., and Bradley, B.A. (2017). “Fragility functions for performance-based damage assessment of soil liquefaction.” Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Performance-Based Design in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering (PBD-III), July 7-10; Vancouver, Canada. (Paper)
  6. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., van Ballegooy, S., and Wotherspoon, L. (2017). “Assessing liquefaction susceptibility using the CPT soil behavior type index.” Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Performance-Based Design in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering (PBD-III), July 7-10; Vancouver, Canada. (Paper)
  7. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., van Ballegooy, S., Bradley, B.A., and Upadhyaya, S. (2017). “Performance comparison of probabilistic and deterministic liquefaction triggering models for hazard assessment in 23 global earthquakes.” Geo-Risk 2017: Reliability-based design and code developments (J. Huang, G.A. Fenton, L. Zhang, and D.V. Griffiths, eds.), Geotechnical Special Publication 283: 31-42. American Society of Civil Engineers. (Paper)
  8. Maurer, B.W., van Ballegooy, S., and Bradley, B.A. (2017). “Probabilistic prediction of severity of liquefaction surface manifestation using geotechnical and geospatial models.” Earthquake Engineering Research Institute 69th Annual Conference: The really big one, road to resilience, March 7-10; Portland, Oregon. (Poster)
  9. Green, R.A. and Maurer, B.W. (2016). “Evaluating risk due to liquefaction: lessons learned from recent earthquakes and new developments.” First International Symposium on Soil Dynamics and Geotechnical Sustainability, Aug 7-9; Hong Kong; Chinese Civil Engineering Society. (Paper)
  10. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B.A. (2016). “Lessons in liquefaction hazard assessment resulting from the Canterbury, New Zealand, earthquake sequence.” Geotechnical and Structural Engineering Congress, Feb 14-17; Phoenix, USA. American Society of Civil Engineers. (Abstract)
  11. Green, R.A., Lasley, S., and Maurer, B.W. (2016). “Magnitude scaling factors.” Geotechnical and Structural Engineering Congress, Feb 14-17; Phoenix, USA. American Society of Civil Engineers. (Abstract)
  12. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., and Haskell, A.C. (2016). “Reassessing the magnitudes of the 1811-1812 New Madrid earthquakes: development of a probabilistic framework for interpreting paleoliquefaction evidence.” Seismological Research Letters,87(1): 249. Seismological Society of America. (Abstract) [Best Student Presentation Award]
  13. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B.A. (2015). “Calibrating the liquefaction severity number (LSN) for varying misprediction economies: a case study in Christchurch, New Zealand.” 6th International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Nov 2-4; Christchurch, New Zealand; Paper No. 491. International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. (Paper)
  14. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B.A. (2015). “Investigating the influence of post-liquefaction strain potential on the accuracy of Liquefaction Severity Number (LSN) hazard assessments.” 10th Pacific Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Nov 6-8; Sydney, Australia; Paper No. 796. Australian Earthquake Engineering Society. (Paper)
  15. Green, R.A., Maurer, B.W., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B.A. (2015). “Assessment of the relative predictive capabilities of CPT-based liquefaction evaluation procedures: Lessons learned from the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence.” 6th International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Nov 2-4; Christchurch, New Zealand; Paper No. 796. International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. (Keynote Paper)
  16. Maurer, B.W. and Green, R.A. (2015). “Magnitude estimation of the 1886 Charleston, SC earthquake: a systems approach integrating regional paleoliquefaction data.” Seismological Research Letters,86(2A): 519, Seismological Society of America. (Abstract) [Best Student Presentation Award]
  17. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B.A, (2014). “Assessment of aging correction factors for liquefaction resistance at sites of recurrent liquefaction.” 10th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering, July 20-26, Anchorage, USA. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (distributor). (Paper)
  18. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Bradley, B.A, and Cubrinovski, M. (2014). “Evaluating the efficacy of paleoliquefaction analysis techniques using modern analogs.” Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 46(3): 23; GSA Southeastern Section 63rd Annual Meeting, 10-11 April, Blacksburg, USA. (Paper)
  19. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Bradley, B., and Cubrinovski, M. (2014). “What new liquefaction can teach us about old earthquakes: evaluating the efficacy of paleoliquefaction analytics using modern analogs.” ASCE Geo-Congress, 23-26 Feb, Atlanta, USA. American Society of Civil Engineers. (Poster) [Best Student Poster Award]
  20. Green, R.A., Maurer, B.W., Wotherspoon, L., Cubrinovski, M., Quigley, M., Bastin, S. (2013). “Use of liquefaction observations in New Zealand for interpreting paleoliquefaction features in the NMSZ.” Seismological Research Letters,84(1): 153, Seismological Society of America. (Abstract)
  21. Maurer, B.W., Green, R.A., Cubrinovski, M., and Bradley, B. (2013). “Evaluation of the liquefaction potential index (LPI) for assessing liquefaction hazard: a case study in Christchurch, New Zealand.” ASCE Geo-Congress, 3-6 March, San Diego, USA. American Society of Civil Engineers. (Poster) [Best Student Poster Award]
  22. Bhatia, S.K., Maurer, B.W., Khachan, M., Grzelak, M.D, and Pullen, T.S. (2013). “Performance indices for unidirectional flow conditions considering woven geotextiles and sediment slurries.” Sound Geotechnical Research to Practice: Honoring Robert D. Holtz II (A.W. Stuedlein and B.R. Christopher, eds.), Geotechnical Special Publication 230: 319-333. American Society of Civil Engineers. (Paper)
  23. Maurer, B.W. and Green, R.A. (2013). “An Ishihara-inspired liquefaction potential index (LPI) for assessing liquefaction hazard.” 5th International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering: From Case History to Practice, in Honour of Prof. Kenji Ishihara, 17-19 June; Istanbul, Turkey. International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. (Extended Abstract)
  24. Green, R.A., Lasley, S., and Maurer, B.W. (2013). “Liquefaction and resulting implications from the 2011 Central Virginia earthquake.” 5th International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering: From Case History to Practice, in Honour of Prof. Kenji Ishihara, 17-19 June; Istanbul, Turkey. International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. (Extended Abstract)
  25. Green, R.A., Lasley, S., and Maurer, B.W. (2012). “Implications of observed liquefaction during the 2011 Central Virginia earthquake on regional paleoliquefaction studies.” Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 44 (7): 382; GSA Annual Meeting, Nov 4-7, Charlotte NC, USA. (Abstract)
  26. Grzelak, M.D., Maurer, B.W., Pullen, T.S., Bhatia, S.K., and Ramarao, B.V. (2011). “A comparison of test methods adopted for assessing geotextile tube dewatering performance.” Advances in Geotechnical Engineering (J. Han and D.A. Alzamora, eds.), Geotechnical Special Publication 211: 2141-2151. American Society of Civil Engineers. (Paper)
  27. Khachan, M.M., Bader, R.A., Bhatia, S.K., and Maurer, B.W. (2011). “Comparative dewatering performance of slurries conditioned with synthetic polymers vs. eco-friendly polymers.” Advances in Geotechnical Engineering (J. Han and D.A. Alzamora, eds.), Geotechnical Special Publication 211: 3050-3058. American Society of Civil Engineers. (Paper)
  28. Bhatia, S.K. and Maurer, B.W. (2010). “Geotextile tube dewatering: a sustainable solution for sediment and waste dewatering.” 6th International Conference on Environmental Geotechnics: Environmental Geotechnics for Sustainable Development, 954-960; Nov 8-12; New Delhi, India. International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering. (Paper)

Reports

  1. Green, R.A., Maurer, B.W., and Haskell, A. (2017). “Development of probabilistic magnitude-bound curves for the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) for paleoliquefaction studies.” U.S. Geological Society Technical Report G14AP00046, 102pp. United States Geological Survey. (Report)
  2. Green, R.A., Maurer, B.W., Bradley, B.A., Wotherspoon, L., and Cubrinovski, M. (2014). “Implications from liquefaction observations in New Zealand for interpreting paleoliquefaction data in the central eastern United States.” U.S. Geological Society Technical Report G12AP20002, 97pp. United States Geological Survey. (Report)

Other Publications and Scholarly Works

  1. Maurer, B.W. and Green, R.A. (2016). “Standardized, objective, and economy-focused performance assessment of liquefaction damage indices.” United States – New Zealand – Japan International Workshop on Liquefaction-Induced Ground Movements Effects, 2-4 Nov, Berkeley, USA. (Workshop White Paper)
  2. Green, R.A. and Maurer, B.W. (2016). “Use of volumetric strain in liquefaction damage index frameworks.” United States – New Zealand – Japan International Workshop on Liquefaction-Induced Ground Movements Effects, 2-4 Nov, Berkeley, USA. (Workshop White Paper)
  3. Maurer, B.W. and Bhatia, S.K. (2012). “Do floc characteristics influence geotextile tube dewatering performance?” Geosynthetics, 30(3): 46-49, Industrial Fabrics Association International. (Trade Publication Article)
  4. Maurer, B.W. and Bhatia, S.K. (2011). “Flocculation and filtration in the geotextile tube environment.” Annual Nunan Research Day and Poster Symposium, 8 April 2011, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY. (College Poster Symposium) [Best Poster Award]
  5. Maurer, B.W. and Bhatia, S.K. (2010). “A comparison of test methods adopted for assessing geotextile tube dewatering performance.” Annual Nunan Research Day and Poster Symposium, 8 April 2011, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY. (College Poster Symposium)