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Andrea Rovida (INGV Milan), Roberto Basili (INGV Rome), Graeme Weatherill (GFZ Potsdam), Laurentiu Danciu (Swiss Seismological Service, ETH Zurich) and Helen Crowley (EUCENTRE, Pavia), will guide you through the different seismic hazard and risk datasets and tools, including those related to earthquake catalogues, active fault databases and ground motion modelling, and will show you how to obtain access to the revised European seismic hazard model and the first openly available European seismic risk model. The webinar is dedicated to all scientific and professional users of EFEHR services - sign up now!

The EFEHR services, providing access to the next generation of European seismic hazard and risk models and their underlying tools and datasets, will be available to the scientific and professional community from 16 December 2021. With this pre-release, we aim to gain feedback and carry out any necessary final improvements before we more widely publicise the release of the European seismic hazard and risk models in spring 2022.

Thursday, 16 December 2021
10:00-12:30 (CET)

Zoom (you will receive the zoom link via email shortly before the webinar)

Interested to join the webinar? Please click here to sign up for the event!.

Further information

Scientists, engineers and other experts across Europe have greatly contributed to the development of the EFEHR data services and models over the last few years. These activities have also been supported by funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, and have been carried out in collaboration with GEM (Global Earthquake Model Foundation) and EPOS (European Plate Observing System).
Do you need further explanations, illustrative graphics, or carefully designed maps? Then wait until the full release in spring 2022, when the models and all products, including maps, an explainer video, answers to frequent questions, and additional materials, will become available on the EFEHR website. At this time, the European earthquake hazard and risk models will also be presented to the media and interested citizens.

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