Exposure & Vulnerability

GEMECD - Consequences Database

GEMECD - Consequences Database

We are working on the development of global GIS relational database for earthquake consequences. This database will serve to inform users on consequences from past events, as a benchmarking tool for analytical loss models and to support the development of tools to create vulnerability data appropriate to specific countries, structures, or building classes. You can check out our project website http://gemecd.org/ for more information.

 

To get in touch with us, send an email to project coordinator Emily So at ekms2@cam.ac.uk

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.
We are very much interested in receiving your feedback and ideas, so please do comment on our posts and/or rate the comments of others.
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21.03.2013 / Exposure & Vulnerability / GEMECD - Consequences Database
Download a summary report of second year activities (november 2011-2012), describing continued activities from year 1, but also the website that was development for data collaboration and much more. After reading, do leave your comments!
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21.03.2013 / Exposure & Vulnerability / GEMECD - Consequences Database
Download here a summary report of first year activities, describing data collection, work on Shakemaps and database development. After reading, do comment here in Nexus for any question or remark.
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28.02.2012 / Exposure & Vulnerability / GEMECD - Consequences Database
The GEMECD project has now shared its Deliverable 2 report entitled “Guidelines for the collection of consequence data”. The GEMECD on-line database is currently being developed on the basis of these guidelines.
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04.08.2011 / Exposure & Vulnerability / GEMECD - Consequences Database
The aim of this paper is to provide an overview and justification for the selection of earthquakes included in the Global Earthquake Model Earthquake Consequences Database (GEMECD).
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