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- Country Risk Profiles | Global Earthquake Model Foundation | Italy
Global Earthquake Maps Country Risk Profiles GEM GLOBAL MOSAIC OF RISK MODELS Country Profiles VIEW RISK PROFILES BY COUNTRY Anchor 1 1 2 3 4 5 1 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ... 19 Type a country name to filter the table below: Afghanistan In progress View Albania Available View Algeria Available View American Samoa In progress View Andorra In progress View Angola In progress View Anguilla In progress View Antigua and Barbuda In progress View Argentina Available View Armenia Available View 1 2 3 4 5 1 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ... 19
- GEM | Trasparenza
TRASPARENZA Legge 4 agosto 2017, n.124 - articolo 1, commi 125-129. Adempimento degli obblighi di trasparenza e di pubblicità INFORMATIVA IMPORTI INCASSATI DA PUBBLICA AMMINISTRAZIONE A. Denominazione e codice fiscale del soggetto ricevente; B. Denominazione del soggetto erogante; C. Somma incassata (per ogni singolo rapporto giuridico sottostante); D. Data di incasso; E. Causale. A. FONDAZIONE GEM, codice fiscale 96059180180; B. Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Dipartimento della Protezione Civile; C. 100.000,00€ D. 13/10/2022 E. Per annualità 2022 - Convenzione 27.05.22 A. FONDAZIONE GEM, codice fiscale 96059180180; B. Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Sezione Centro Nazionale dei Terremoti (CNT); C. 12.675,00€ D. 20/12/2022 E. Trasferimento anticipo progetto Europeo ARISTOTLE-EENHSP 2022-2023 - Convenzione 01.10.22 A. FONDAZIONE GEM, codice fiscale 96059180180; B. Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Dipartimento della Protezione Civile; C. 100,000,00€ D. 16/11/2021 E. Per annualità 2021 - Convenzione 17.05.19 A. FONDAZIONE GEM, codice fiscale 96059180180; B. Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Dipartimento della Protezione Civile; C. 100,000,00€ D. 15/10/2020 E. Per annualità 2020 - Convenzione 17.05.19 A. FONDAZIONE GEM, codice fiscale 96059180180; B. Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Dipartimento della Protezione Civile; C. 100,000,00€ D. 05/12/2019 E. Per annualità 2019 - Convenzione 17.05.19 A. FONDAZIONE GEM, codice fiscale 96059180180; B. Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Dipartimento della Protezione Civile; C. 100,000,00€ D. 12/10/2018 E. Per annualità 2018 - Convenzione 25.01.17 A. FONDAZIONE GEM, codice fiscale 96059180180; B. Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Sezione Centro Nazionale dei Terremoti (CNT) C. 10.000,00€ D. 02/02/2018 E. Servizio di installazione e configurazione del software OpenQuake e relativi dataset sui server INGV per l'implementazione di un sistema di stima dell'impatto del terremoto e relative attività di ricerca del progetto ARISTOTLE
- Social Media | Global EarthQuake Model Foundation
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- Careers | Global Earthquake Model Foundation
WORK WITH US GEM is an equal opportunity employer, and we do not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of any characteristic protected by law. We offer a safe and comfortable working environment with competitive salaries based on a non-profit scale and commensurate with experience and qualifications. We offer a young, innovative and stimulating international working environment in Pavia, a university town in the North of Italy (35kms from Milan). LIST OF VACANCIES Global Earthquake Hazard and Risk Maps release event, 5th December 2018 Anchor 1 List of Vacancies Go Search Position Description Deadline Earthquake Risk Modeller To develop exposure, vulnerability, and risk models at national and regional scales. 31/07/2023
- Latest News | Global Earthquake Model Foundation | Italy
More Pavia, Italy, September 30, 2023 - The Global Earthquake Model (GEM) Foundation is poised to mark a significant milestone as it readies to openly release a number of cutting-edge global earthquake products on the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction, slated for October 13th, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. CEST. The 2023 global earthquake products were first presented during the highly successful GEM Conference: "Are we making a difference?" held in June in Bergamo, and with this release event they will become available for use by a wide range of stakeholders, from academics to engineers to disaster risk managers. Advancing Earthquake Resilience: GEM Set to Unveil Cutting-Edge Global Seismic Hazard and Risk Products on the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction TOP STORY LATEST UPDATES MORE NEWS Search Archive 1 2 3 4 5 1 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 ... 49 Advancing Earthquake Resilience: GEM Set to Unveil Cutting-Edge Global Seismic Hazard and Risk Products on the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction Strengthening Albania's Earthquake Preparedness: A Collaborative Effort GEM’s Contribution: Insights into Morocco's 6.8 Magnitude Earthquake Enhancing Disaster Resilience: GEM's Role in Malawi's Multi-Hazard Risk Project FORCE Progress Update: Forecasting and Communicating Earthquake Hazard and Risk GEM’s Vital Role in Advancing Seismic Hazard and Risk Assessment through TREAD Project
- Outreach | Global Earthquake Model Foundation
OUTREACH To sustain our efforts, GEM has trained people from more than 100 countries advancing earthquake science and engineering, and knowledge-sharing initiatives putting local experts at the forefront of regional and national initiatives in seismic hazard and risk assessments. GEM works in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific sharing knowledge, data and best practices to increase understanding of risk through social media and online channels to bring together international and local stakeholders. LATEST UPDATES Stay informed. Follow us to keep up to date with the latest developments. E-NEWSLETTER TOPIQS is GEM's bi-monthly newsletter which features the latest from GEM. SOCIAL MEDIA Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
- GEM Products | GEM Foundation
products All of GEM’s products are freely available for public, non-commercial use, but with different license restrictions. Open and free distribution of data, models and tools will continue to be at the core of GEM’s work, and will further strengthen its efforts to broaden their availability and accessibility. GEM Products and Services Strategy Flagship Products v2018.1 (PNG, PDF) Atlas 1.0 - GSHM Comprehensive Simplified Interactive Hazard Map v2018.1 (PNG, PDF) Global Vulnerability Database Global Risk Layer Interactive Exposure Map Interactive Risk Map Long-Term Support Release (3.16) Latest Engine and Manual Online training English | Español Video tutorials Toolkits Global Hazard Map Global Risk Map OpenQuake Engine Anchor 1 More Products Map List Gallery Map List Gallery Filters: 133 results found Sort by Title: A-Z Z-A Product Short Description License Type Product Type Loading... Model Northern Africa Exposure License: Version: CC BY-SA v2022 Read more This dataset introduces a new exposure model for North 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). Model Sub-Saharan Africa Vulnerability License: Version: CC BY-SA v2015 Read more Vulnerability based on the most common building classes in the region; simplified numerical models for each building class; ground motion records using local strong motion databases, local seismicity and tectonic environment; and non-linear time history analysis to evaluate structural response. Model Southern Africa Exposure License: Version: CC BY-SA v2022 Read more 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). Model Northern Africa Hazard License: Version: CC BY-NC-SA v2018.0.0 Read more 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. Model South Africa Hazard License: Version: CC BY-SA v2018.0.1 Read more The seismic hazard model for South Africa (ZAF) was developed by scientists from the Council for Geoscience, South Africa and the Indian Institute of Technology, Jammu, India. The model is described by Midzi et al. (2019). The seismic source model was developed using a newly updated catalogue and consists of zones of distributed seismicity, while the ground motion logic tree consists of two existing ground motion prediction equations (GMPEs) derived for active shallow crust. The model was originally created for the OpenQuake (OQ) engine. Filter by product type: Model Software Map Dataset Filter by model component: Hazard Exposure Vulnerability Risk Social Vulnerability Filter by license type: AGPL CC BY CC BY-SA CC BY-NC-SA Commercial By request Reset GEM Global Mosaic of Models Alaska Canada USA Hawaii California Mexico Caribbean & Central America Colombia South America South Africa North Africa West Africa Sub-Saharan Africa Europe North West Asia Middle East Arabia Indonesia Australia New Zealand Pacific Islands Papua New Guinea North East Asia Central Asia India China Philippines Japan Taiwan Korea Southeast Asia OPEN MODELS COMMERCIAL MODELS North Africa Hazard Exposure Vulnerability ----- Countries Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia, Western Sahara Dominican Republic Interactive Maps Global Maps Close Legend 1 2 3 4 5 1 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 ... 27 Haven't found a product? Send us a request
- Hazard Documentation | Global Earthquake Model Foundation | Italy
Global Earthquake Maps GEM GLOBAL MOSAIC OF HAZARD MODELS Hazard Model Documentation READ MORE The mosaic is a collection of 30 national and regional seismic hazard models covering the entire globe. It consists of hazard models developed by various institutions, within collaborative projects, and by the GEM Foundation – all described in a consistent format compatible with the OpenQuake engine . Here you can find a description of every model in the mosaic, a description of the methods used for constructing the hazard models developed by GEM (coming soon), and information about the release of models and hazard results. Anchor 1 Models Throughout the year 2019, the models used to create the Global Seismic Hazard Mosaic will become publicly available. GEM is currently preparing a release schedule that consists of four phases; the finalized schedule will be posted here. Results
- GEM | Who We Are
who we are The GEM Foundation is a non-profit, public-private partnership that drives a global collaborative effort to develop scientific and high-quality resources for transparent assessment of earthquake risk and to facilitate their application for risk management around the globe. Assisted by an initiative of the OECD's Global Science Forum, GEM was formed in 2009 as a non-profit foundation in Pavia, Italy, funded through a public-private sponsorship with the vision to create a world that is resilient to earthquakes . GEM’s mission is to become one of the world’s most complete sources of risk resources and a globally accepted standard for seismic risk assessment; and to ensure that its products are applied in earthquake risk management worldwide. Openness Open data, open software, transparent processes, freely accessible to the public Collaboration Public-private partnership, inclusiveness, working together across geographies and disciplines Credibility Commitment to scientific credibility, trusted by local and global partners and peers Public Good Motivated by the welfare of the public, works to serve the public good CORE PRINCIPLES GEM builds capacity to assess and manage risk through open, transparent and collaborative seismic risk assessment at local, national, regional and global scales. Using state-of-the-art tools, GEM is committed to share and advocate open, reliable earthquake risk information to support sound disaster risk-reduction planning at various levels.
- Products and Services Strategy document | Global Earthquake Model Foundation
- Future Work | GEM Foundation
Future Work Since 2009, GEM has led a global effort to improve the state of practice of earthquake hazard and risk assessment. GEM has developed open global databases, models and the OpenQuake software, and developed capacity for risk assessment worldwide. What role will GEM play as the risk landscape and associated demand evolve between now and 2030? Brochure OUR GOAL Integrated risk and resilience solutions With loss from natural catastrophic events projected to reach up to $2trn by 2030 (RMS, 2022) due to increasing global population, rapid urbanisation and extreme weather events, GEM’s strategic plan roadmap to 2030 aims to deliver integrated risk and resilience solutions in line with the Sendai Framework and Sustainable Development Goals to address this challenge. APPROACH & STRATEGY Key elements Maintain earthquake expertise and global leadership Develop and support user groups for key products Expand organisational and scientific partnerships Strengthen product and services development Advance core capability toward multi-hazard, future-risk models and maps Integrate risk and resilience solutions for downstream users ROADMAP TO 2030 TARGETS toward integrated risk and resilience solutions Earthquakes and secondary hazards Advanced earthquake and secondary earthquake hazards modelling Future exposure, vulnerability and risk Country and global portfolio loss assessment Multi-hazard and systemic risk assessment Multi-hazard risk modelling: earthquake, flood, severe wind, wildfire Cascading risk: infrastructure networks and critical facilities Multi-hazard risk assessments at urban to national scale Integrated risk and resilience solutions Hazard and risk metrics and indicators for risk managers and policy makers Multi-hazard, future-risk models and maps Hazard and risk information for downstream users COLLABORATION FRAMEWORK working within the disaster risk reduction ecosystem A schematic of GEM’s place within the disaster risk reduction ecosystem. It illustrates GEM’s relationships to product users and stakeholders in the broader disaster risk reduction community. Framing the ecosystem are the global drivers and GEM principles, which guide GEM’s overall direction and strategy toward its goal of a world that is resilient to earthquakes and other hazards. HOW TO SUPPORT OUR WORK various ways to support our work GEM offers flexible mechanisms to enable potential partners to contribute to its ongoing and future work programs. Partners and collaborators can enter into sponsorships, project partnerships and service agreements, and can select the level of engagement based on their needs and requirements. Get Involved Sponsorship Projects Donation Technical Cooperation & Research Bespoke Products & Services STRATEGIC PLAN AND ROADMAP TO 2030 Download GEM’s overall objective to 2030 is to develop capabilities and to serve the broader need for integrated risk assessment for resilience and sustainability due to globally increasing vulnerability and exposure of populations to natural hazards, including from climate change. To get a complete view of our future programs, download our brochure.
- OpenQuake | Global Earthquake Model Foundation
openquake OpenQuake (OQ) - comprised of the engine, platform and tools - caters to a variety of users, from modellers and researchers to emergency planners - OpenQuake is used for a wide range of purposes for disaster risk reduction and management. OQ Data & Tools OQ Training OQ Tutorials OQ Engine OQ Platform Anchor 1 Get started with the OQ Engine: read on below or visit our OQ GitHub website . The OpenQuake Engine is the Global Earthquake Model Foundation’s (GEM) state-of-the-art, open-source software collaboratively developed for earthquake hazard and risk modelling. It runs on operating systems such as Linux, macOS and Windows; and can be deployed on laptops, desktops, standalone servers and multi-node clusters. The functionality to analyze hazard and risks at specific site, city, country or regional level makes the OpenQuake Engine a powerful and dynamic tool for assessing the potential impacts of earthquakes at any location in the world. Instructions For modellers, researchers, scientists and engineers 01 Download the latest user manual . 02 Download the latest version of the 03 Follow the installation guide here . OpenQuake Engine For developers 01 Follow the instructions here . Related Documentation OpenQuake engine manual OpenQuake engine installation guide OpenQuake Engine: An Open Hazard (and Risk) Software for the Global Earthquake Model OpenQuake Ground Motion Toolkit - UserGuide OpenQuake Hazard component testing procedures OpenQuake Hazard Modeller's Toolkit - UserGuide OpenQuake Underlying Hazard Science OpenQuake Underlying Risk Science Join the OpenQuake Forum Check OQ Engine's Project Status here. OQ Engine Key Features HAZARD Classical PSHA*: hazard curves, hazard maps, uniform hazard spectra (UHS), disaggregation Event-based hazard : stochastic earthquake event sets and ground motion fields, hazard curves, hazard maps Scenario hazard: single event - stochastically generated ground motion fields Additional features: 5 typologies for modeling seismic sources 100+ GMPEs implemented and tested Tools for harmonizing catalogs, creating seismogenic input files, analyzing strong motions and GMPEs PHYSICAL RISK Classical PSHA-based: asset-specific loss exceedance curves, average annual loss, loss maps, building typology disaggregation Event-based risk: event loss tables, loss exceedance curves - asset specific and aggregated, average annual loss, loss maps, loss disaggregation Scenario hazard: loss statistics, loss maps Scenario damage: collapse maps, damage distribution per asset and building typology Single software Combines hazard and risk in a single software Compatibility Compatible with various existing hazard, vulnerability and exposure models Calculations Calculates scenario and probabilistic hazard and risk analysis Different Scales Supports calculations at different scales Uncertainties Accounts for wide spectrum of uncertainties Typologies Large set of source typologies for modelling faults as well as distributed seismicity Logic Tree Logic tree support (representing epistemic uncertainty) Explicit Uncertainty Explicit representation of uncertainty, including separation of epistemic from aleatory Pre-computed data Runs risk calculations for precomputed hazard curves and ground motion fields OQ Engine Calculators and Outputs OQ Platform The OpenQuake Platform is a website that allows the community to explore, manipulate and visualize the datasets and models and to use tools that GEM produces. The platform also allows users to contribute, share and discuss new findings and results with the GEM community. Share your outputs - datasets, maps, models - to the GEM OpenQuake community through the Platform. The OpenQuake Platform hosts a number of national, regional and global models. Follow the instructions below to access data from GEM and the OQ community. For users who only need outputs such as datasets, layers or maps, you can simply register for free and browse the Platform for the data that you need. To start sharing your data, follow the instructions below. Sign in or register here . Click Layers > Upload Layers Create maps based on GEM’s existing datasets or create one based on your uploaded Layer. Click Maps > Create Maps Save and Publish your map to share with the OpenQuake community. To start browsing and downloading data, follow the instructions below. Sign in or register here . In the Search box, type the name of the map or dataset you’re looking for. Look for your item from the search results, click to Download. To customize or create your own maps, click Maps > Create Maps Click the Add Layer icon and select from the available layers from the dropdown list. Save and Publish your map. Download your map. Sign in Register Openquake: Tools and Data GEM works on a wide range of open-source source (software) tools to allow you to calculate, share and explore earthquake risk. Most of these are already embedded in the platform , but others are released as stand-alone applications. All 0 Software Building Classification Tool (v.2017) License: AGPL Version: Read more The 'Building classification tool' aims to create a detailed inventory of the most frequent building typologies in the world. Software Catalogue Toolkit (v.2018) License: AGPL Version: Read more Open source toolkit for the compilation and harmonisation of earthquake catalogues. Software GEM's IRMTK QGIS plugin (v.2020) License: AGPL Version: Read more This QGIS plugin allows users to drive OpenQuake Engine calculations of physical hazard and risk, and to load the corresponding outputs as QGIS layers. Software GMPE Strong Motion Modeller's Toolkit (v.2020) License: AGPL Version: Read more Python and OpenQuake-based Toolkit for Analysis of Strong Motions and Interpretation of GMPEs Software Glossary for GEM Taxonomy (v.2018) License: AGPL Version: Read more An online tool that explains around 400 terms contained in the GEM Building Taxonomy v 2.0 and nearly 700 images. Product Group Sub Product Group Product Type License Type Building Classification Tool (v.2017) Building Classification Tool (v.2017) Software AGPL Catalogue Toolkit (v.2018) Catalogue Toolkit (v.2018) Software AGPL GEM's IRMTK QGIS plugin (v.2020) GEM's IRMTK QGIS plugin (v.2020) Software AGPL GMPE Strong Motion Modeller's Toolkit (v.2020) GMPE Strong Motion Modeller's Toolkit (v.2020) Software AGPL Glossary for GEM Taxonomy (v.2018) Glossary for GEM Taxonomy (v.2018) Software AGPL Hamlet: Hazard Model Evaluation and Testing (v.2020) Hamlet: Hazard Model Evaluation and Testing (v.2020) Software AGPL Hazard Modeller's Toolkit (v.2020) Hazard Modeller's Toolkit (v.2020) Software AGPL IDCT Direct Observation Tool (v.2018) IDCT Direct Observation Tool (v.2018) Software AGPL OpenQuake TaxTweb Software AGPL OpenQuake OpenQuake Engine Latest Software AGPL OpenQuake Risk Input Preparation Toolkit Software AGPL OpenQuake OpenQuake Engine 3.11 Software AGPL OpenQuake Vulnerability Modellers ToolKit Software AGPL OpenQuake OpenQuake Platform Software AGPL Openquake OpenQuake Model Building Toolkit Software AGPL Risk Modeller's Toolkit (v.2020) Risk Modeller's Toolkit (v.2020) Software AGPL Sort by arrow&v Order by arrow&v View: Table Blocks 1 2 3 4 1 ... 1 2 3 4 ... 4 Openquake: Training The OpenQuake online training is designed for an audience with a diverse background and expertise and covers the main concepts of earthquake risk assessment, along with the basic features of the engine. The training activities have been tailored for beginner users, and are divided into four modules that cover different types of calculations using the OpenQuake-engine. Each module is approached from a technical and practical perspective. It includes a theoretical introduction, followed by step-by-step examples that help to consolidate the concepts, as well as exploring the OpenQuake tools for each type of calculation. Modules Module I: OpenQuake introduction https://www.training.openquake.org/oq-introduction Module II: Earthquake scenarios https://www.training.openquake.org/eq-scenarios Module III: Classical PSHA https://www.training.openquake.org/psha Module IV: Event-based analysis https://www.training.openquake.org/event-based Openquake: Tutorials OQ Engine Video Tutorials on seismic hazard and risk analysis available in English and Spanish. English https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J46boursIRc&list=PL08aqbvcszvQxT_HMoSk0XisLw1twc3V4 Español https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rbDm-wiwbw&list=PL08aqbvcszvT6YG353CnIyL9d7gdZblBX OpenQuake - Software Installation and Demos OpenQuake Introduction - A software for Seismic Hazard and Risk Assessment OpenQuake - Ground Motion Fields: Theoretical Background OpenQuake - Scenario Damage and Loss: Theoretical Background OpenQuake - Scenario Damage and Loss: Hands-on exercise OpenQuake - Classical PSHA: Theoretical Background OpenQuake - Classical PSHA: Hands-on Exercise OpenQuake - Event-based Risk: Theoretical Background OpenQuake - Event-Based Risk: Hands-on Exercise OpenQuake - Volcanic Risk Scenarios: Theory and Hands-On Exercise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leF4aQXGdjk&t=1013s Learn the basics to perform volcanic risk scenarios using the OpenQuake engine. In this video we cover the main components of a seismic risk model and discuss how their modelling assumptions and products may be useful for volcanic risk assessment. We include a hands-on exercise using the software to calculate volcanic risk and the QGIS OpenQuake plug-in to export and visualize results, like total losses and loss maps for the El Ruiz Volcano.