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Title

Compilation of parameterized seismogenic sources in Iberia for the share european-scale seismic source model

AuthorsNemser, E.S.; Azañón, José Miguel ; García-Fernández, Mariano ; Jiménez, M.J.; Gràcia, Eulàlia ; Moreno, Ximena
KeywordsFault
Database
SHARE
Seismogenic
Issue DateOct-2010
CitationContribución de la Geología al Análisis de la Peligrosidad Sísmica : Primera Reunión Ibérica sobre Fallas Activas y Paleosismología : Volumen de resúmenes: 201-204 (2010)
AbstractSHARE (Seismic Hazard Harmonization in Europe) is an EC-funded project (FP7) that aims to evaluate European seismic hazards using an integrated, standardized approach. In the context of SHARE, we are compiling a fully parameterized active fault database for Iberia and the nearby offshore region. The principal goal of this initiative is for fault sources in the Iberian region to be represented in SHARE and incorporated into the source model that will be used to produce seismic hazard maps at the European scale. The SHARE project relies heavily on input from many regional experts throughout the Euro-Mediterranean region. At the SHARE regional meeting for Iberia, the 2010 Working Group on Iberian Seismogenic Sources (WGISS) was established; these researchers are contributing to this large effort by providing their data to the Iberian regional integrators in a standardized format. The development of the SHARE Iberian active fault database is occurring in parallel with IBERFAULT, another ongoing effort to compile a database of active faults in the Iberian region. The SHARE Iberian active fault database synthesizes a wide range of geological and geophysical observations on active seismogenic sources, and incorporates existing compilations (e.g., Cabral, 1995; Silva et al., 2008), original data contributed directly from researchers, data compiled from the literature, parameters estimated using empirical and analytical relationships, and, where necessary, parameters derived using expert judgment. The Iberian seismogenic source model derived for SHARE will be the first regional-scale source model for Iberia that includes fault data and follows an internationally standardized approach (Basili et al., 2008; 2009). This model can be used in both seismic hazard and risk analyses and will be appropriate for use in Iberian- and European-scale assessments
DescriptionNemser, E.S. ... et al.-- Inciativa Ibérica para el Estudio de las Fallas Activas (IBERFAULT), Primera Reunión Ibérica sobre Fallas Activas y Paleosismología - Primeira Reunião Ibérica sobre Falhas Activas e Paleossismologia - First Iberian Meeting on Active Faults and Paleoseismology, 27-29 de Octubre de 2010, Sigüenza, Guadalajara, España.-- 4 pages, 1 figure
Publisher version (URL)http://home.iberfault.org/
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/82473
ISBN978-84-693-6088-0
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