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 The [[https://​www.globalquakemodel.org/​openquake/​about/​ | OpenQuake-engine]] was used in the estimation of losses, utilizing the [[hazard:​|hazard model]], [[risk:​exposure:​|exposure and physical vulnerability]] models presented in the corresponding sections. An event-based Monte Carlo simulation with 50.000 synthetic catalogues, or stochastic event sets (SES), representative of the seismicity of the region over a period of one year were generated for each country. For each rupture, a ground motion field is generated taking into account the inter- and intra-event variability suggested in the GMPE. In addition, the uncertainties coming from the selection of GMPEs are included through the use of logic trees for the different tectonic region types. The [[https://​www.globalquakemodel.org/​openquake/​about/​ | OpenQuake-engine]] was used in the estimation of losses, utilizing the [[hazard:​|hazard model]], [[risk:​exposure:​|exposure and physical vulnerability]] models presented in the corresponding sections. An event-based Monte Carlo simulation with 50.000 synthetic catalogues, or stochastic event sets (SES), representative of the seismicity of the region over a period of one year were generated for each country. For each rupture, a ground motion field is generated taking into account the inter- and intra-event variability suggested in the GMPE. In addition, the uncertainties coming from the selection of GMPEs are included through the use of logic trees for the different tectonic region types.
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 +The present section presents a summary of the different risk metrics at regional scale. For additional data for a specific country, users can follow the corresponding links:
  
 ^ Country loss estimations ​       ^ ^ Country loss estimations ​       ^
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