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Title

Seismic hazard assessment in the Ibero-Maghreb region

AuthorsJiménez-Santos, María José ; García-Fernández, Mariano ; GSHAP Ibero-Maghreb Working Group
KeywordsSeismic hazard assessment
Ibero-Maghreb seismic zoning
Earthquakes
Historical seismicity
UN/IDNDR
Issue DateDec-1999
PublisherIstituto Nazionale di Geofisica
CitationAnnali di Geofisica 42(6): 1057-1065 (1999)
AbstractThe contribution of the Ibero-Maghreb region to the global GSHAP map has been the result of a fruitful cooperation among the participants in the established Working Group including representatives from Algeria, Morocco, Portugal, Spain and Tunisia and coordinated by ICTJA-CSIC, Spain. For the first time, a map of regional seismic source zones is presented, and agreement on a common procedure for hazard computation in the region has been achieved. The computed Ibero-Maghreb seismic hazard map constitutes the first step towards a uniform hazard assessment for the region. Further joint regional efforts are still needed for earthquake hazard studies based on a homogeneous regional earthquake catalogue. Ongoing initiatives in relation to seismic hazard assessment in the Mediterranean should profit both from these results and the established cooperation among different groups in the region as well as contribute to future regional studies.
Description9 pages, 4 figures, 3 tables.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.earth-prints.org/handle/2122/1375
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/10275
ISSN0365-2556
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