Intensity attenuation for active crustal regions

@article{Allen2012IntensityAF,
  title={Intensity attenuation for active crustal regions},
  author={T. Allen and D. Wald and C. Worden},
  journal={Journal of Seismology},
  year={2012},
  volume={16},
  pages={409-433}
}
We develop globally applicable macroseismic intensity prediction equations (IPEs) for earthquakes of moment magnitude MW 5.0–7.9 and intensities of degree II and greater for distances less than 300 km for active crustal regions. The IPEs are developed for two distance metrics: closest distance to rupture (Rrup) and hypocentral distance (Rhyp). The key objective for developing the model based on hypocentral distance—in addition to more rigorous and standard measure Rrup—is to provide an IPE… Expand
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