Investigation of systematic ground motion effects through ground motion simulation of small-to-moderate magnitude earthquakes (2017)
Alternative TitleInvestigation of systematic ground motion effects through ground motion simulation of small-to-moderate magnitude earthquakes in the Canterbury, New Zealand region
ANZSRC Fields of Research37 - Earth sciences::3706 - Geophysics::370609 - Seismology and seismic exploration
40 - Engineering::4005 - Civil engineering::400506 - Earthquake engineering
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Investigation of Systematic Ground Motion Effects through Ground Motion Simulation of Small to Moderate Magnitude Earthquakes Lee, Robin; Bradley, Brendon; Graves, Robert; Rodriguez-Marek, Adrian; Stafford, Peter (2017)1. Background and Objectives This poster presents results from ground motion simulations of small-to-moderate magnitude (3.5≤Mw≤5.0) earthquake events in the Canterbury, New Zealand region using the Graves and Pitarka ...
Source modelling considerations for ground motion simulation validation of moderate magnitude active shallow crustal earthquakes in New Zealand Lee R; Graves R; Bradley, Brendon (2020)This paper summarises progress toward NZ-wide physics-based hybrid broadband ground motion simulation validation of moderate magnitude (5.0 < Mw < 7.0), active shallow crustal earthquake events through low spatial ...
Loghman V; Chandramohan R; Lee R; McGann C; Bradley, Brendon (2021)This study assesses the need to consider complex structural models in ground-motion simulation validation. It develops a novel statistical framework to quantify the proportion of the differences in structural responses ...