HomeConvergence Multidisciplinary Student Journalvol. 1 no. 1 (2015)

Liquefaction Potential of Soil Deposits in an Urban Barangay of Cagayan de Oro City

Cresmer J. Catarong | Alyssa A. Rosales | Mary Windelyn Carpo | Lorenze Yvette Loja | Dunn Khristoffer Villasista | Nica Angela Manon-og



Earthquakes cannot be totally predicted. Mitigation is the best way to cope with the impending threats. One of these measures is the establishment of liquefaction susceptibility of soil. Usually, in the account of previous events, this is only done as post-study analysis for earthquake occurrences. However, this can also be used as a preventive measure or at least mitigate the hazards of earthquakes.