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Earthquake Hazard Map - Summary
You can download the Earthquake hazard map in PDF, PNG, JPEG, JPG, and some other formats using the links given below.
Earthquake hazard maps show the expected level of ground shaking at specific locations due to potential future earthquakes.
They are used to assess the likelihood of experiencing earthquake shaking of various intensities. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) creates probabilistic seismic hazard maps by considering all known earthquake sources with their associated magnitude and rate.
These maps are essential for emergency planning, risk management, and building design.
The hazard level is measured as the likelihood of experiencing earthquake shaking of various intensities, and it helps in determining the seismic design categories for building codes.
The maps are important for assessing earthquake risk and informing decisions related to developing seismic design codes and mitigation strategies.
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