Oral program 24

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FAULT2SHA – a European working group to link faults and probabilistic seismic hazard assessment communities in Europe
Conveners: Oona Scotti , Laura Peruzza 
Co-conveners: Bruno Pace , Francesco Visini 
Session details
Oral program
 / Thu, 08 Sep, 11:30–17:30  / Room Saturnia
 / Fri, 09 Sep, 11:30–13:00  / Room Saturnia
Poster program
 / Attendance Thu, 08 Sep, 10:30–11:30  / Poster area
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Thursday, 08 Sep 2016
Room Saturnia
Chairperson: Scotti, Peruzza
11:30–11:45
Opening, ideas, survey

F2SHA: methods & resources

11:45–12:15
ESC2016-400
Magnitude-Area Scaling and Surface Slip-Length Scaling: Data, Physical Implications, and Application to Seismic Hazard (invited talk)
Bruce Shaw
12:15–12:30
ESC2016-368
Complexities in Active Fault Characterisation and their Implications for Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment
Graeme Weatherill, Robin Gee, Yen-Shin Chen, and Marco Pagani
12:30–12:45
ESC2016-510
Site-Conditions Proxies, Ground-Motion Variability and Data-Driven GMPEs: Insights from NGA-West 2 and RESORCE Data Sets
Boumediene Derras, Bard Pierre-Yves, and Cotton Fabrice
12:45–13:00
ESC2016-709
Effects of Listricity on Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment
Luca Passone and P. Martin Mai
Lunch break
Chairperson: Pace, Scotti, Visini, Peruzza
F2SHA: geological & seismological inputs

14:30–14:45
ESC2016-285
Active thrusting across the eastern Southern Alps (Italy) inferred from geomorphic analysis: faults geometry, Pleistocene shortening-rates and implications for the 1976 Friuli seismic sequence.
Adrien Moulin and Lucilla Benedetti
14:45–15:00
ESC2016-294
Detailed fault slip-rates and geometry for recurrence intervals in PSHA
Joanna Faure Walker, Francesco Visini, Gerald Roberts, and Ken McCaffrey
15:00–15:15
ESC2016-300
Return periods of large earthquakes and their coefficient of variations constrained with paleoseismological data: examples from central Italy
Lucilla Benedetti, Jim Tesson, Bruno Pace, Francesco Visini, and Laura Peruzza
15:15–15:30
ESC2016-614
Active faulting and earthquakes in the central Alboran Sea
Jesus Galindo-Zaldivar, Ferran Estrada, Gemma Ercilla, Juan Tomás Vázquez, Omar Azzouz, Elia d’Acremont, Carlos Sanz de Galdeano, Christian Gorini, Mohamed Benmakhlouf, Belén Alonso, Ahmed Chalouan, and Antonio José Gil
15:30–15:45
ESC2016-657
Paleoseismological constraints for fault linkage of strike-slip and normal faults in the Vienna Basin
Esther Hintersberger, Kurt Decker, Johanna Lomax, Markus Fiebig, and Christopher Lüthgens
15:45–16:00
ESC2016-656
A Quaternary fault database for the Vienna Basin
Kurt Decker and Esther Hintersberger
16:00–16:15
ESC2016-67
Joint inversion for shallow crustal discontinuities from high-frequency waveforms of microearthquakes
Pavla Hrubcova and Vaclav Vavrycuk
16:15–16:30
ESC2016-114
Focal and dynamic parameters of strong earthquakes on the territory of Azerbaijan for the period 2005-2015 yy.
Gurban Yetirmishli and Sabina Kazimova
F2SHA: simulation & modelling

16:30–16:45
ESC2016-652
Characterization of near source effects in ground motion numerical simulations
Sergio Del Gaudio, Maria Lancieri, and Sebastien Hok
16:45–17:00
ESC2016-707
An artificial neural network approach to support physics-based generation of broadband earthquake ground motions
Chiara Smerzini, Filippo Gatti, and Roberto Paolucci
17:00–17:30
ESC2016-187
Integrating physics-based numerical scenarios into PSHA in large urban areas (invited talk)
Roberto Paolucci, Marco Stupazzini, Ilario Mazzieri, Ali Güney Özcebe, Chiara Smerzini, and Maria Infantino

Friday, 09 Sep 2016
Room Saturnia
Chairperson: Pace, Visini
F2SHA: PSHA case studies

11:30–11:45 ESC2016-506
Capturing epistemic uncertainties in a low seismicity area: the Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment of Germany (Version 2015) (withdrawn)
Gottfried Gruenthal, Fabrice Cotton, Dietrich Stromeyer, Christian Bosse, and Dino Bindi
11:45–12:00
ESC2016-589
The effect of alternative seismotectonic models on PSHA results – a sensitivity study for the case of Israel
Matan Avital and Ronnie Kamai
12:00–12:15
ESC2016-297
Fault approach in PSHA – a question of how to best represent knowledge and uncertainties
Thomas Chartier, Oona Scotti, Aurelien Boiselet, and Helene Lyon-Caen
12:15–12:30
ESC2016-283
An example of integration of fault and seismological data for probabilistic seismic hazard analysis in Italy.
Alessandro Valentini, Francesco Visini, and Bruno Pace
12:30–12:45
ESC2016-545
When probabilistic seismic hazard climbs volcanoes: how 3D topography and scaling relationships influence hazard estimates. An example from Mt. Etna (Italy)
Robin Gee, Laura Peruzza, Bruno Pace, Raffaele Azzaro, Salvatore D’Amico, and Marco Pagani
12:45–13:00
Closing, the WG, next steps