2014 Taiwan-Japan-New Zealand Seismic Hazard Assessment Meeting


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19, May, 2014  
  Kuo-Fong Ma Current Status of Taiwan Earthquake Model
  Hiroyuki Fujiwara Seismic hazard assessment for Japan: Reconsiderations after the great east Japan earthquake disaster
  Matt Gerstenberger Seismic hazard modeling in New Zealand
  J. Bruce H. Shyu Progress of constructing a new seismogenic structure source model for the Taiwan earthquake model (TEM)
  Tadashi Maruyama Recent progress in active fault research and paleoseismology in Japan
  Mark Stirling Incorporating Active Fault Data into Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Models
  Kuo-En Ching Implications of geodetic strain rate for future large earthquakes in Taiwan
  Kazuki Koketsu Slip deficit distribution and seismic supercycles along the Japan islands
  Bill Fry Including geodesy and non-traditional seismic radiation in seismic hazard assessment in New Zealand
  Kuo-Liang Wen Overview of shallow s-wave velocity structure in Taiwan estimated from microtremor
  Shigeki Senna Modeling of the subsurface structure from the seismic bedrock to the ground surface for a broadband strong motion evaluation
  Bill Fry Multi-method noise-based imaging of an earthquake prone valley, lower North Island, New Zealand
  Chun-Hsiang Kuo Estimations of Vs30 in Taiwan





20, May, 2014  
  Po-Shen Lin The development of ground-motion prediction equation incorporating ground-motion simulation
  Nobuyuki Morikawa A new ground motion prediction equation for Japan
  Brendon Bradley Recent efforts in empirical ground motion prediction in New Zealand
  Shiann-Jong Lee Earthquake scenario simulations for active faults and seismogenic structures in Taiwan
  Yin-Tung Yen Ground motion simulation for large earthquakes along Ryukyu Trench offshore Taiwan
  Takahiro Maeda Finite-difference simulation of long-period ground motion for the Nankai Trough earthquakes
  Caroline Holden Employing multiple approaches to simulate ground motions for scenario events
  Chung-Han Chan Probabilistic seismic hazard assessment for Taiwan: Implementation of the TEM parameters
  Ken Xiansheng Hao Some clues for approaching Japanese PSHA maps by OpenQuake
  Matt Gerstenberger &    Mark Stirling Rethinking PSHA
  Chin-Hsun Yeh Current status of Taiwan earthquake loss estimation system
  Satoshi Shimizu Seismic risk analysis based on national seismic hazard maps for Japan
  Nick Horspool Riskscape and risk products in New Zealand
  Hiroki Azuma PSHA applications and its social scientific approach




Poster Session  
  Yi-Wun Liao Ground motion simulation of the 1909 Taipei historical earthquake
  Yu-Ju Wang New attenuation relationship for peak ground acceleration and response spectra of normal faulting events in the northeast offshore Taiwan
  Ya-Ting Lee The empirical equation with a new definition of effective shaking duration for Taiwan earthquakes
  Hong-Chun Wu Jet streams anomalies as possible short-term precursors of earthquakes with M>6.0
  Hongjun Si Evaluation of strong ground motion for the Wenchuan and Lushan earthquakes based on empirical methods
  Chun-Te Chen Shallow s-wave velocity structure of the western coastal plain of Taiwan estimated from microtremor array
  Yuan-Hsi Lee Segmentation of the active faults around the Chiayi area
  Shih-Nan Cheng Digitization and processing of historical seismograms in Taiwan






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