TriNet "ShakeMaps": Rapid Generation of Peak Ground Motion and Intensity Maps for Earthquakes in Southern California
Wald, David J. and Quitoriano, Vincent and Heaton, Thomas H. and Kanamori, Hiroo and Scrivner, Craig W. and Worden, C. Bruce
TriNet "ShakeMaps": Rapid Generation of Peak Ground Motion and Intensity Maps for Earthquakes in Southern California.
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Rapid (3-5 minutes) generation of maps of ground motion shaking and intensity is accomplished with advances in real-time seismographic data acquisition combined with newly-developed relationships between recorded ground motion parameters and expected shaking intensity values. Estimation of shaking over the entire regional extent of southern California is accomplished by spatial interpolation of the measured ground motions with geologically-based, frequency and amplitude-dependent site corrections. Production of the maps is automatic, triggered by any significant earthquake in southern California. Maps are now made available within several minutes of the earthquake for public and scientific consumption via the World-Wide-Web; they will be made available with dedicated communications for emergency response agencies and critical users.
|Additional Information:||© 1999 Earthquake Spectra.
Conversations with K. Campbell, R. Nigbor, and M. Petersen were very helpful. S.
Park provided his QTM geology maps in digital form. Reviews by K. Campbell, M.
Trifunac, R. Graves, and N. Field improved this manuscript, as did recommendations of
Editorial Board Member P. Somerville. All the participants in TriNet played a critical
role in this work, most notably D. Given, E. Hauksson, P. Maechling, and A. Shakal.
Maps were made with Generic Mapping Tools (GMT, Wessel and Smith, 1991). Seismological
Laboratory Contribution Number 8582. TriNet is funded by the OES/FEMA
Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, Grant No. FEMA-1008-DR-CA, HMGP NO.003,
FIPS No.037-90027; the USGS, the CDMG, the Calif. Trade and Commerce Agency, the
Calif. Technology Investment Partnership Program; and private sector contributions.
|Funding Agency||Grant Number|
|Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)||FEMA-1008-DR-CA|
|Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)||HMGP NO.003|
|Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)||FIPS No.037-90027|
|California Division of Mines and Geology||UNSPECIFIED|
|California Trade and Commerce Agency||UNSPECIFIED|
|California Technology Investment Partnership Program||UNSPECIFIED|
|California Office of Emergency Services||UNSPECIFIED|
|Subject Keywords:||Southern California, ground motion maps, Earthquake intensities, maps, Wrightwood, California earthquake, Aug. 20, 1998, maximum acceleration maps, Northridge, California earthquake, Jan. 17, 1994, maximum velocity maps, Ground motion, prediction
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|Caltech Seismological Laboratory Contribution||8582|
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|Deposited On:||20 Dec 2011 22:17|
|Last Modified:||13 Dec 2016 21:39|
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