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GEM GMPEs

GEM GMPEs

Building on the most recent advances in the field, the Global Ground Motion Prediction Equations Program has gathered a distinguished international team of experts to use a unified, transparent and collaborative approach to select a harmonized suite of ground motion prediction equations (GMPE) that can be used at global and regional scale.

- Read more on the homepage of the program

- Read more on the GEM website

 

If you would like to get in touch with us, please contact carola.dialessandro[at]berkeley.edu

Group Posts

Through these posts we share our work in the context of GEM. Sometimes these are status updates, sometimes these are presentations we gave and sometimes these are reports or other documents, but it always work-in-progress.
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24.01.2014 / Hazard / GEM GMPEs
A roadmap describing the process by which maps of the principal site parameters used in GMPEs could be prepared for global application
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24.01.2014 / Hazard / GEM GMPEs
This report summarizes a list of earthquake ground motion databases that are publically available.
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24.01.2014 / Hazard / GEM GMPEs
This report presents an overview of published methods for adjusting GMPEs to include directivity effects, as well as directionality effects that are sometimes considered to be related to near-fault effects.
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24.01.2014 / Hazard / GEM GMPEs
This report presents the first stage of the GMPE project, which was a pre-selection from the over 300 empirical and simulation-based GMPEs that are currently available
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24.01.2014 / Hazard / GEM GMPEs
Report that identifies protocols for evaluating the site parameters used in GMPEs from data that are available on a global scale
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24.01.2014 / Hazard / GEM GMPEs
Experts were commissioned to make recommendations on the critical aspects of seismological predictor parameters that are used by predictive model developers to estimate ground motions for different earthquake scenarios leading to this report.
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13.06.2012 / Hazard / GEM GMPEs
After 2 years of web-meetings and electronic communication, this was the first face-to-face meeting of the full international research team. The group spent one full day of the workshop discussing the preliminary selected global GMPEs.
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