Impact of directivity on probabilistic seismic hazard calculations in New Zealand

G. Weatherill
Directivity of ground motion in the near-field region of large earthquakes is a well-observed phenomenon whose impacts can be particularly detrimental to structures that sit close to an earthquake rupture. Predictive models of this phenomenon and its amplifying effect on ground motion have been available for more than 20 years, with recent projects such as the Next Generation Attenuation West 2 (NGA-West2) yielding several advanced models for application in probabilistic seismic hazard analysis (PSHA). Despite...
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