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hazard_rt1 [2016/03/24 10:15]
Julio Garcia
hazard_rt1 [2016/03/25 13:42]
Julio Garcia
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 ===== Methodology ===== ===== Methodology =====
  
-The first step was the consolidation of existing seismic hazard knowledge in the region. Seismic hazard studies (at national and regional level) were appraised for consistency and overall characteristics, with many then adapted ​into the OpenQuake-engine ​format as a means of standardising ​ the model structure.+The first step was the consolidation of existing seismic hazard knowledge in the region. Seismic hazard studies (at national and regional level) were appraised for consistency and overall characteristics ​and many of them implemented ​into the OpenQuake-engine.
 Local experts helped to guide this process during a meeting held at the Colombian Geological Survey (CGS), Bogota, in July 2014 by sharing their knowledge and experiences of hazard modelling in their regions and identifying key issues and limitations. ​ Local experts helped to guide this process during a meeting held at the Colombian Geological Survey (CGS), Bogota, in July 2014 by sharing their knowledge and experiences of hazard modelling in their regions and identifying key issues and limitations. ​
  
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 ===== Main Results achieved within RT1  ===== ===== Main Results achieved within RT1  =====
-Created a harmonized compilation for some of the recent national hazard models (see Table and Figures below). This compilation demonstrates the need for a harmonized modeling of hazard at the continental level and will be used as a starting point for the construction of the new hazard model for the South America continent. 
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 +A harmonized compilation for some of the recent national hazard models (see Table and Figures below) was created. This compilation demonstrates the need for a harmonized modelling of hazard at a continental level and was used as a starting point for the construction of the new hazard model for the South America continent.
  
 =====  List of PSHA models considered and/or implemented ​ ===== =====  List of PSHA models considered and/or implemented ​ =====
-The next Table and Figure summarises ​the models analysed and their main characteristics. ​+ 
 +The next Table and Figures summarise ​the models analysed and their main characteristics.\\ 
 ^  Region ​   ^  Year  ^  Authors/​Institution ^  Source typology ​ ^  Logic tree  ^ Availability ^ Additional info                              ^ ^  Region ​   ^  Year  ^  Authors/​Institution ^  Source typology ​ ^  Logic tree  ^ Availability ^ Additional info                              ^
 ^   ::: ​     ^  :::   ​^ ​  ​Contact person ​    ​^ ​ Area/​Grid/​Fault ​ ^   ​ERF/​GMPE ​  ​^ ​   :::       ​^ ​    ::: ​                                     ^ ^   ::: ​     ^  :::   ​^ ​  ​Contact person ​    ​^ ​ Area/​Grid/​Fault ​ ^   ​ERF/​GMPE ​  ​^ ​   :::       ​^ ​    ::: ​                                     ^
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 ===== National PSHA models ===== ===== National PSHA models =====
-National PSHA models considered within RT1: left) shallow crust zones, right) subduction zones [interface and in-slab]. For Chile and Brazil the main and most updated bibliographic ​reference ​are cited (see Table above).+National PSHA models considered within RT1: left) shallow crust zones, right) subduction zones [interface and in-slab]. For Chile and Brazil the main and most updated bibliographic ​references ​are cited (see Table above).
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