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  • Recovery Potential - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-SA GEM's scientific framework for analyzing and understanding the recovery potential of a community from the impact of an earthquake v2020 Recovery Potential Overview The Global Recovery Map describe the reconstruction and recovery potential of communities, countries from damaging earthquake events. How to cite this work Read more C Burton, M. Toquica (September 2020). Global Earthquake Model (GEM) Social Vulnerability Map (version 2020.1) DOI: https://doi.org/10.13117/GEM-RECONSTRUCTION-RECOVERY-MAP. This work is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution - Non Commercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA). License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution, Share-Alike and Commercial use provided the by-products are shared under the same conditions as the original license Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Maintained by GEM Product Type Map Availability Now License CC BY-SA Related publications

  • Global hazard viewer (v.2018) - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-NC-SA ​ v2018 Global hazard viewer (v.2018) Overview ​ How to cite this work Read more License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution and Share-Alike but not for commercial use Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Maintained by GEM Product Type Global map (analog) Availability Now License CC BY-NC-SA Related publications

  • GEM's IRMTK QGIS plugin (v.2020) - Global Earthquake Model

    Products AGPL ​ ​ GEM's IRMTK QGIS plugin (v.2020) Overview This QGIS plugin allows users to drive OpenQuake Engine calculations of physical hazard and risk, and to load the corresponding outputs as QGIS layers. How to cite this work Read more License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution, Share-Alike and Commercial use provided the by-products are shared under the same conditions as the original license Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Maintained by GEM Product Type Software Availability Now License AGPL Related publications

  • Global risk viewer v2021 - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY ​ v2021 Global risk viewer v2021 Overview AAL buildings and human mortality How to cite this work Read more License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Maintained by GEM Product Type Global map (analog) Availability 2021 License CC BY Related publications

  • Africa Exposure Model - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-SA the latest exposure data for the African continent v2022 Africa Exposure Model Overview This dataset introduces a new exposure model for the entire African continent using national and global datasets with a uniform approach across the continent, developed for a baseline year (2020) and six future years (2025, 2030, 2035, 2040, 2045, and 2050). How to cite this work Read more Paul, Nicole, Vitor Silva, and Desmond Amo-Oduro. (2022). "Development of a uniform exposure model for the African continent for use in disaster risk assessment." International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2022.102823 License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution, Share-Alike and Commercial use provided the by-products are shared under the same conditions as the original license Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Maintained by GEM Product Type Model Availability Now License CC BY-SA Related publications

  • Southern Africa Exposure - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-SA the latest exposure data for the African continent v2022 Southern Africa Exposure Overview This dataset introduces a new exposure model for South African countries using national and global datasets with a uniform approach across the continent, developed for a baseline year (2020) and six future years (2025, 2030, 2035, 2040, 2045, and 2050). How to cite this work Read more Paul, Nicole, Vitor Silva, and Desmond Amo-Oduro. (2022). "Development of a uniform exposure model for the African continent for use in disaster risk assessment." International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2022.102823 License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution, Share-Alike and Commercial use provided the by-products are shared under the same conditions as the original license Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products South Africa Hazard Western Africa Vulnerability Central Africa Exposure Western Africa Exposure South Africa Vulnerability Northern Africa Hazard Eastern Africa Exposure Western Africa Hazard Northern Africa Vulnerability Northern Africa Exposure Maintained by GEM Product Type Model Availability Now License CC BY-SA Related publications

  • New Zealand Exposure - Global Earthquake Model

    Products See license information Exposure data for Admin level 1 for population, commercial, industrial and residential buildings ​ New Zealand Exposure Overview ​ How to cite this work Read more License Information and How to Access Read more Please request a fee-free license for public-good, non-commercial application by clicking the Public Use Request button. Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products New Zealand Hazard New Zealand Vulnerability Maintained by GEM Product Type Model Availability Coming soon License See license information Related publications What Drives Seismic Risk in New Zealand? Insights from a next generation loss model Read More Appraising the PSHA earthquake source models of Japan, New Zealand, and Taiwan Read More

  • Alaska Vulnerability - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-SA Vulnerability curves for all building classes ​ Alaska Vulnerability Overview ​ How to cite this work Read more License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution, Share-Alike and Commercial use provided the by-products are shared under the same conditions as the original license Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Alaska Exposure Alaska Hazard Maintained by GEM Product Type Model Availability Now License CC BY-SA Related publications

  • Western Africa Hazard - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-NC-SA developed internally by GEM encompassing the whole Atlantic side of the Africa continent v2018.0.0 Western Africa Hazard Overview The Western Africa model (WAF) was developed internally by GEM. The model encompasses the whole Atlantic side of the Africa continent. An ad-hoc homogenised earthquake catalogue was developed based on globally available information, which was used as primary base for seismic occurrence analysis and the subsequent development of the source zonation model. How to cite this work Read more License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution and Share-Alike but not for commercial use Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Western Africa Vulnerability Western Africa Exposure Maintained by GEM Product Type Model Availability Now License CC BY-NC-SA Related publications Probabilistic seismic hazard assessment of southern part of Ghana Read More

  • Northern Africa Hazard - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-NC-SA the model extends from Morocco to Egypt along the Mediterranean coastline v2018.0.0 Northern Africa Hazard Overview The Northern Africa model (NAF) was developed by GEM and is described in Poggi et al. (2020). The model extends from Morocco to Egypt along the Mediterranean coastline. The model consists of a combination of distributed seismicity and faults sources, the former calibrated on occurrence analysis of publicly available earthquake catalogue information, and the latter derived from a thorough evaluation of information from both geological literature and direct analysis of GPS velocity fields. How to cite this work Read more V. Poggi, J. Garcia-Pelaez, R. Styron, M. Pagani, R. Gee. GEM Foundation License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution and Share-Alike but not for commercial use Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Northern Africa Vulnerability Maintained by GEM Product Type Model Availability Now License CC BY-NC-SA Related publications Updated Seismic Hazard Assessment of Tunisia Read More

  • Middle East Hazard - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-SA ​ v2016.0.0 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 Read more 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" License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution, Share-Alike and Commercial use provided the by-products are shared under the same conditions as the original license Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Middle East Exposure Middle East Vulnerability Maintained by ETH Product Type Model Availability Now License CC BY-SA Related publications Development of a Probabilistic Earthquake Loss Model for Iran, Bulleting of Earthquake Engineering Read More Comparison between outcomes of the 2014 Earthquake Hazard Model of the Middle East (EMME14) and national seismic design codes: The case of Iran Read More The 2014 Earthquake Model of the Middle East: ground motion model and uncertainties Read More

  • Middle East Vulnerability - Global Earthquake Model

    Products CC BY-SA Vulnerability curves for all building classes ​ Middle East Vulnerability Overview ​ How to cite this work Read more License Information and How to Access Read more Open By Attribution, Share-Alike and Commercial use provided the by-products are shared under the same conditions as the original license Technical description Read more View Request a demo Subscribe Documentation Public use request Brochure PNG Map PDF Map Contributors Commercial use request Contact us Related products Middle East Exposure Middle East Hazard Maintained by GEM Product Type Model Availability Now License CC BY-SA Related publications Development of a Probabilistic Earthquake Loss Model for Iran, Bulleting of Earthquake Engineering Read More Comparison between outcomes of the 2014 Earthquake Hazard Model of the Middle East (EMME14) and national seismic design codes: The case of Iran Read More The 2014 Earthquake Model of the Middle East: ground motion model and uncertainties Read More

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