Hazard Model Name

This table summarises the main characteristics of the original implementation of this model

1 Datasets availability
1.1 Earthquake catalogue
1.2 Geological database
1.3 Strong-motion database
1.4 Site characterization database
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2 Methodology for model development
2.1 Scientific participation (SSHAC levels) and review process
2.2 Documentation describing model preparation
2.3 Codes used for model preparation
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3 PSHA input model
3.1 Seismic Source Model
3.1.1 Area sources
3.1.2 Grid sources
3.1.3 Crustal faults
3.1.4 Subduction faults
3.1.5 Non-parametric ruptures
3.1.6 Magnitude-area scaling relationships
3.2 Ground Motion Model
3.2.0 Tectonic regionalisation
3.2.1 Models for active shallow seismicity
3.2.2 Models for subduction interface
3.2.3 Models for subduction intraslab
3.2.4 Models for stable continental regions
3.2.5 Models for deep non-subduction sources
3.2.6 Models for volcanic areas
3.3 Site Response Model
3.3.1 Based on GMPEs
3.3.2 Based on site-response analysis
3.4 Epistemic uncertainties
3.4.1 Seismic Source Model
3.4.2 Ground Motion Model
3.4.3 Site Response Model
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4 Hazard Input Description
4.1 Hazard input document
4.2 Input files
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5 Calculation
5.1 Software
5.2 Results
5.2.1 Hazard curves
5.2.2 Hazard maps
5.2.3 Uniform hazard spectra
5.2.4 Disaggregation
5.2.5 Stochastic event sets
5.2.6 Ground motion fields
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