Earthquake Profile Options Pane

 

The Earthquake Profile Options pane enables you to analyze your exposure data for the values listed in the following table.

This pane includes pane-specific parameters, parameters specific to the Hazard Analysis Template, and parameters common to all objects. Use them  to establish an earthquake profile. To include this hazard in the Hazard Analysis Template when it is applied, click the associated toggle.

Return Values

Description

Flag Values

Risk

100-Year Loss Level

Represents the loss amount likely to be equaled or exceeded 1 % or the time, or in one year out of 100. Example

To flag certain conditions, enter low and high loss level  percentages.

250-Year Loss Level

Represents the loss amount likely to be equaled or exceeded 0.4 % of the time, or in one year out of 250. Example

To flag certain conditions, enter low and high loss level  percentages.

Average Annual Loss

Refers to the loss you can expect to occur per year, on average, over a period of many years. More...

To flag certain conditions, enter low and high loss level  percentages.

Relative Risk

Relative Risk by County

The ranking of a location's risk score with respect to other locations within the same county, expressed as a percentile.

To flag certain conditions, enter low and high loss level  percentages.

Relative Risk by State

The ranking of a location's risk score with respect to other locations within the same state, expressed as a percentile.

To flag certain conditions, enter low and high loss level  percentages.

Earthquake Information

Distance to Nearest Fault

The distance, in miles or feet, to the nearest fault. Proximity to an active fault is an important indication of seismicity for a specific location.

To flag certain distance conditions, enter low and high distance ranges; be sure to specify units.

Nearest Historical Earthquake

The name, date and time, and magnitude of the nearest historical earthquake to a given location. More...

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California DOI Zone

The California Department of Insurance zone in which the corresponding location is found. More...

To flag certain areas, enable one or more zones in the selection list.

Liquefaction Potential

The level of liquefaction which measures a soil's susceptibility to liquefaction combined with a location's level of earthquake risk. More...

To flag certain liquefaction levels, enable one or more levels in the selection list.

Soil Type

The location's underlying soil type, which may have a determining effect on potential earthquake damage to structures. More...

To flag certain soil types, enable one or more types in the selection list.

Landslide Zone

Indicates if the location is inside a landslide zone. More...

Check box to display a notification on screen if the condition occurs.

Alquist-Priolo Fault Zone

Indicates if the location is inside an Alquist-Priolo fault rupture zone.
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Check box to display a notification on screen if the condition occurs.

 

 

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Touchstone V3.0 Updated December 01, 2016