BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Andre Filiatrault, PhD, director of the
University at Buffalo's MCEER (Multidisciplinary Center for
Earthquake Engineering Research), met with media today to discuss
the 5.9 magnitude that shook parts of the eastern U.S. and
Here is a link to a university-produced video of Filiatrault's
analysis of the quake, its scientific significance and its
Filiatrault is an expert on earthquake engineering and seismic
More information about UB's MCEER is available at
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