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A key concept that is common to many assumptions inherent within seismic hazard assessment is that of tectonic similarity. This recognizes that certain regions of the globe may display similar geophysical characteristics, such as in the attenuation of seismic [..]

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A transparent and data-driven global tectonic regionalisation model for seismic hazard assessment. - Geophysical Journal International

 

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A transparent and data-driven global tectonic regionalisation model for seismic hazard assessment. - Geophysical Journal International

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