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AuthorsAlbini, P.* 
Musson, R. M. W.* 
Rovida, A.* 
Locati, M.* 
Gomez Capera, A. A.* 
Viganò, D.* 
TitleThe Global Earthquake History
Issue Date2014
Series/Report no.2/30 (2014)
DOI10.1193/122013EQS297
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/9565
Keywordshistorical seismology; global seismicity
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.06. Seismology::04.06.05. Historical seismology 
AbstractThe study of earthquakes from historical sources, or historical seismology, was considered an early priority for the Global Earthquake Model (GEM) project, which commissioned a study of historical seismicity at a global scale. This was “The Global Earthquake History” (GEH) project, led jointly by INGV (Milano, Italy) and BGS (UK). GEH was structured around three complementary deliverables: archive, catalogue, and the web infrastructure designed to store both archive and catalogue. The Global Historical Earthquake Archive (GHEA) provides a complete account of the global situation in historical seismology for large earthquakes. From GHEA, the Global Historical Earthquake Catalogue (GHEC v1.0) was derived: a world catalogue of earthquakes for the period 1000-1903, with magnitude 7 Mw and over. Though much remains to be done, the data here presented show that the compilation of both Archive and Catalogue contribute to an improved understanding of the Global Earthquake History.
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