In recent years, a considerable number of probabilistic seismic‐hazard analyses (PSHAs) have been published in many countries, such as Spain, either for the entire territory (Earthquake Permanent Commission of Spain, 2002; Mezcua et al., 2011), or for certain areas (e.g., Rueda and Mezcua, 2001; Buforn et al., 2005; García Mayordomo et al., 2007; Secanell et al., 2008). The results obtained in these different studies sometimes vary greatly for a specific location. Because of this, determining which results should be considered for inclusion in the building code can be a...
Observed and Calculated Intensities as a Test of a Probabilistic Seismic‐Hazard Analysis of Spain
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J. Mezcua, J. Rueda, R. M. García Blanco; Observed and Calculated Intensities as a Test of a Probabilistic Seismic‐Hazard Analysis of Spain. Seismological Research Letters ; 84 (5): 772–780. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/0220130020
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