In response to induced earthquakes associated with conventional gas production in the Groningen gas field in the Netherlands, several networks of seismic monitoring instruments have been installed in the region (Dost et al., 2017). The recordings recovered from these networks have been of fundamental importance to the development of ground‐motion prediction models that underpin hazard and risk modeling to inform decision making regarding mitigation measures (van Elk et al., 2019). In late 2018, it was discovered that the surface accelerographs of the G‐network had been installed with a calibration error such that the majority...

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