Reference database for seismic ground-motion in Europe (RESORCE)

  title={Reference database for seismic ground-motion in Europe (RESORCE)},
  author={Sinan Akkar and M. Abdullah Sandıkkaya and Muammer Şenyurt and Aida Azari Sisi and Bekir {\"O}zer Ay and Paola Traversa and John Douglas and Fabrice Cotton and Lucia Luzi and Bruno Hernandez and St{\'e}phanie Godey},
  journal={Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering},
This paper presents the overall procedure followed in order to assemble the most recent pan-European strong-motion databank: Reference Database for Seismic Ground-Motion in Europe (RESORCE). RESORCE is one of the products of the SeIsmic Ground Motion Assessment (SIGMA; project. RESORCE is intended to be a single integrated accelerometric databank for Europe and surrounding areas for use in the development and testing of ground-motion models and for other engineering seismology… 
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