By AIR Worldwide | November 11, 2021

A new AIR white paper provides an overview of the main scientific developments in earthquake ground shaking hazard science, with an emphasis on the last 30 years. Authors Luis Sousa, Ph.D., and Bingming Shen-Tu, Ph.D., delve into the challenges of earthquake hazard modeling in different parts of the world—with different tectonic settings, levels of earthquake activity, and data availability—and assess how contributions from different fields and/or regions have evolved and shaped the global state of the art. Having looked at the past and present, in the last chapter they introduce two key areas of seismic hazard research that AIR believes will pave the way for the next key developments in earthquake loss modeling.

Read the white paper “Earthquake Hazard and Loss Modeling”

Categories: Earthquake

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