Preliminary common-form ground-motion models for shallow crustal earthquakes and their use in ergodic and partially-ergodic seismic hazard calculations in New Zealand

Chris Van Houtte
A key aspect of seismic hazard assessment is the prediction of the ground motion distribution from seismic sources. The prediction can either be made using an empirical ground-motion model, sometimes referred to as a ground-motion prediction equation, or using semi-physical, semi-empirical ground-motion simulations. The choice of technique, and model within each technique, often has a very large effect on the results, which renders the final hazard results uncertain. This type of uncertainty is often referred...
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