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  • EQ-CR-975

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-CR-10

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-CR-100

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-CR-250

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-CR-475

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • DR-GLOBAL-IVM-WCI-250

    Water scarcity conditions are expressed in this study by means of the Water Crowding Index (WCI), i.e. the annual water availability per capita (Falkenmark, 1986; 2013). Due to...
  • DR-GLOBAL-IVM-WCI-500

    Water scarcity conditions are expressed in this study by means of the Water Crowding Index (WCI), i.e. the annual water availability per capita (Falkenmark, 1986; 2013). Due to...
  • EQ-CR-50

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • DR-GLOBAL-IVM-WCI-100

    Water scarcity conditions are expressed in this study by means of the Water Crowding Index (WCI), i.e. the annual water availability per capita (Falkenmark, 1986; 2013). Due to...
  • DR-GLOBAL-IVM-WCI-1000

    Water scarcity conditions are expressed in this study by means of the Water Crowding Index (WCI), i.e. the annual water availability per capita (Falkenmark, 1986; 2013). Due to...
  • EQ-CR-2475

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-PA-475

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-SOA-GEM-975

    This dataset, providing Peak Ground Acceleration (pga, units: g) was computed by the Global Earthquake Model Foundation using the OpenQuake-engine implementation of the 2010...
  • EQ-TWN-GEM-475

    This dataset, providing Peak Ground Acceleration (pga, units: g) was computed by the Global Earthquake Model Foundation using the OpenQuake-engine implementation of the 2015...
  • FL-GLOBAL-GAR15-100

    Riverine flood hazard: The GAR 15 global flood hazard assessment uses a probabilistic approach for modelling riverine flood major river basins around the globe. The main steps...
  • EQ-RS-IF-20

    This hazard data delivery is derived from the Impact Forecasting Serbia Earthquake catastrophe model. The Impact Forecasting Earthquake hazard and risk data covers 31 countries....
  • EQ-ES-10

    Peak ground acceleration (PGA) in g for the return periods 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500 and 2475 years, for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and...
  • EQ-ECA-GFDRR-2500

    Eastern Europe and Central Asia Region project – Earthquake hazard layers for 10, 50, 100, 250, 475, 975, 1500, 2500 year return periods measured in PGA (peak ground...
  • EQ-KE-IF-1000

    This hazard data delivery is derived from the Impact Forecasting Earthquake catastrophe model. The Impact Forecasting Earthquake hazard and risk data covers 31 countries. The...
  • EQ-UG-IF-200

    This hazard data delivery is derived from the Impact Forecasting Earthquake catastrophe model. The Impact Forecasting Earthquake hazard and risk data covers 31 countries. The...
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