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Middle East Hazard

Overview

The Middle East (MIE) is covered by the hazard model developed within the 2014 Earthquake Model of the Middle East (EMME) Project. The model covers the following countries: Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Georgia, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Syria and Turkey (Danciu et al., 2016; Danciu et al., 2017; and ?e?etyan et al., 2018). The model was originally developed for the OpenQuake (OQ) engine. EMME products, data and results are available and documented through the web-platform of the European Facilities for Earthquake Hazard and Risk

How to cite this work

L. Danciu, Ö. Kale, and S. Akkar, “The 2014 Earthquake Model of the Middle East: ground motion model and uncertainties”, Bull Earthquake Eng (2018) 16:3497–3533. L. Danciu et al., “The 2014 Earthquake Model of the Middle East: seismogenic sources”, Bull Earthquake Eng (2018) 16:3465–3496. K. Sesetyan et al., ""The 2014 seismic hazard model of the Middle East: overview and results"", Bull Earthquake Eng (2018) 16:3535–3566"

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