14.10.2015 / Exposure & Vulnerability / GEM Vulnerability (physical)
GEM provided a peer review of the highrise guidelines. This document presents the author replies and presents the changes.More →
27.04.2015 / Hazard / GEM Faulted Earth
This post complements the earlier post of the Report "The Himalayan Frontal Thrust: Attributes for seismic hazard" and includes the GIS files for download.More →
24.04.2015 / Hazard / GEM Faulted Earth
In this project we have used remote sensing data, calibrated where possible with detailed published studies, to create a GIS shapefile of the fault traces at a scale of 1:200,000, and have attributed traces or fault segments from the published data.More →
23.04.2015 / Hazard / GEM Faulted Earth
A long time coming, the up-date of the report characterising the global subduction zone interfacesMore →
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