Determine 2010 National Building Code of Canada seismic hazard values

Latitude and longitude values should be entered in decimal degree (DD.DDDD) or degree:minute:second (DD:MM:SS.S) format. UTM coordinates can be converted to latitude and longitude using the Canadian Spatial Reference System Service's online GSRUG application.

For more information see seismic hazard in Canada

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2010 National Building Code of Canada seismic hazard calculator










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