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The Buffalo-based National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research will sponsor a three-day international earthquake conference in San Francisco later this month.

The lessons of last year's Loma Prieta quake in the Bay Area will be discussed during the third U.S.-Japan Workshop of Earthquake-Resistant Lifeline Facilities and Countermeasures for Soil Liquefaction.

It will be held Dec. 17-19 in the Cathedral Hill Hotel.

The session is the third and final meeting held under an international technology transfer agreement between the center, based at the University at Buffalo, and Japan's Association for the Development of Earthquake Prediction.

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