Online material: Data files for seismogenic source zones (polygons), smoothed-gridded seismicity models, and hazard curves at 0.2° regular grid spacing over the study region.

Earthquake disasters occur mainly due to the collapse of buildings and structures triggered by ground motions. It is, therefore, important to predict ground-shaking levels in order to determine appropriate building code provisions for earthquake-resistant design of structures. This involves extensive analyses and development of appropriate seismological models; namely, seismogenic sources, seismic site conditions, and ground motion predictions. The hazard products, viz. data and maps, constitute important tools for framing public policies toward land-use planning,...

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