In March of 2001 I flew into Bhuj, the city in Gujarat, India that was the center of the area devastated by the earthquake of January 26, 2001. From the air the view of Bhuj belied its true condition. From that distance the city seemed quite normal, with many tall blocks of apartments standing seemingly unharmed. On the ground, however, the scene was quite different. The first close-up view of those same large apartment blocks showed them to be leaning at crazy angles, with their first floors collapsed and their upper walls laced with cracks like a crazed china pot....
Research Article|March 01, 2002
A Rich Heritage Lost: Observations on the Effects of the Bhuj Earthquake, India
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Randolph Langenbach; A Rich Heritage Lost: Observations on the Effects of the Bhuj Earthquake, India. Seismological Research Letters ; 73 (2): 119–120. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.73.2.119
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