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 ====== The NIED 2012 Seismic Hazard Model for Japan ====== ====== The NIED 2012 Seismic Hazard Model for Japan ======
  
-<color red/​white>​The GEM hazard team is currently working in close collaboration with NIED scientists at the implementation of the 2012 (Model 2) PSHA Model for Japan. A proper implementation of this model requires ​major changes to the hazard component of the OpenQuake-engine ​that will be added in 2015.</​color>​+<color red/​white>​The GEM hazard team is currently working in close collaboration with NIED scientists at the implementation of the 2012 (Model 2) PSHA Model for Japan. A proper implementation of this model requires ​structural ​changes to the hazard component of the OpenQuake-engine. These improvements ​will be added in 2015.</​color>​
  
-The Japan national ​model is well described in the online ​report ​prepared by the +The Japan national ​models are described in the online ​reports ​prepared by the 
 <​html><​a href="​http://​www.bosai.go.jp/​e/"​ target="​_blank">​National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention (NIED)</​a></​html>,​ downloadable from the <​html><​a href="​http://​www.bosai.go.jp/​e/"​ target="​_blank">​National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention (NIED)</​a></​html>,​ downloadable from the
-Japan Seismic Hazard Information Station [[http://​www.j-shis.bosai.go.jp/​en/​ | website]]+Japan Seismic Hazard Information Station [[http://​www.j-shis.bosai.go.jp/​en/​ | website]]. The report for the 2012 version is only available in Japanese; the most recent report available in english is the one describing the 2009 model [[japan_2012_intro#​References | Fujiwara et al. (2009)]].
  
 ===== The seismic source model ===== ===== The seismic source model =====
-The NIED 2012 seismic source model consists of a single model containing ​different source typologies:​ +The NIED 2012 seismic source model contains ​different source typologies:​ 
-  * Rectangular faults  +  * Rectangular faults ​[Type 1] 
-  * Non-rectangular faults +  * Non-rectangular faults ​[Type 2] 
-  * Discretised rectangular faults  +  * Discretised rectangular ​source ​faults ​[Type 3] 
-  * Gridded seismicity +  * Discretised rectangular ruptures without specified fault sources [Type 4] 
-  * Zoning areas+  * Zoning areas 
    
  
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 This table summarises the main characteristics of the original implementation of this model  This table summarises the main characteristics of the original implementation of this model 
  
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 ^ 1          ^ Datasets availability ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                    || ^ 1          ^ Datasets availability ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ||
 | 1.1        | Earthquake catalogue ​                                                                                 | This model is built using many catalogues most of them available (e.g. Utsu catalogue, JMA catalogue) ​                             | | 1.1        | Earthquake catalogue ​                                                                                 | This model is built using many catalogues most of them available (e.g. Utsu catalogue, JMA catalogue) ​                             |
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