Earthquake hazard For the GAR15, a fully probabilistic seismic hazard assessment at global level was developed by International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) and INGENIAR Ltda. The purpose was to conduct a probabilistic hazard assessment at global level intended to be used in the probabilistic risk assessment estimating the order of magnitude of potential losses. From GAR13 version, there has been some changes, updates and improvements in input data, but the same methodology has been used which detail information can be found in GAR13 technical background paper (CIMNE et al., 2012). The changes are explained in the technical background report: “Update on the probabilistic seismic hazard assessment at global level,” (CIMNE et al., 2015). For GAR15, the risk was calculated with the CAPRA-GIS platform which is risk modelling tool of the CAPRA suite (www.ecapra.org).

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