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Indonesia Hazard

OpenQuake engine input model to perform hazard calculations for Indonesia

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The initial version (v2017.0.0) of the seismic hazard model for Indonesia was developed by the Team for Updating Seismic Hazard Maps of Indonesia of the National Center for Earthquake Studies, Indonesia. (Irsyam et al., 2017). The model builds on the experience collected throughout the last 15 years and on international collaborations notably with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and Geoscience Australia. The model was originally produced partly using the NSHMP software of the USGS and partly in the OpenQuake (OQ) engine. To achieve an entirely OQ implementation, part of the model has been translated from its original format into OQ.


Since the original version, an update was made to the model by the GEM hazard team, leading to the latest release (v2017.1.0), which was used in the computation of the 2023 Global Earthquake Hazard and Risk Maps. This model extends the minimum magnitude of events for crustal distributed seismicity and updates the GMPEs used for more recent ones.

How to cite this work

Irsyam, M., Natawijaya D. H., Daryono M.R., Widiyantoro S., Asrurifak M., Meilano I., Triyoso W., Hidayati S., Rudiyanto A., Sabaruddin A., Faisal L. (2017). Development of new seismic hazard maps of Indonesia 2017. In Proceedings of the19th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Seoul 2017. Irsyam M, Cummins PR, Asrurifak M, et al. Development of the 2017 national seismic hazard maps of Indonesia. Earthquake Spectra. 2020;36:112-136. doi:10.1177/8755293020951206

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The latest version (v2017.1.0) is available for direct download under a CC BY-SA 4.0 license. Users interested in this version can click the "Open Version Download" button in the right panel to access the information. If your use case does not comply with the license terms, a license can be requested by clicking on the "License Request", where a specific agreement will be provided, depending on the use case.

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The latest version is available under a Creative Commons CC BY-SA 4.0 license, which requires:

*Attribution (you must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made) *ShareAlike (derivatives created must be made available under the same license as the original)

 

Any deviation from these terms incur in license infringement. If your use case does not comply with these terms, a specific license agreement must be made tailored to your use case, in such instance please click on "License Request".

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