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E-DECIDER Workshop: QuakeSim Tools and Products. Marlon Pierce Indiana University. E-DECIDER and QuakeSim Tools. Inverse Methods and Data Tools: Simplex Inputs: GPS positions and velocities, InSAR and Optical Imagery. Forward Methods and Data

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E decider workshop quakesim tools and products

E-DECIDER Workshop: QuakeSim Tools and Products

Marlon Pierce

Indiana University


E decider and quakesim tools

E-DECIDER and QuakeSim Tools

Inverse Methods and Data

Tools: Simplex

Inputs: GPS positions and velocities, InSAR and Optical Imagery

Forward Methods and Data

Tools: Disloc, GeoFEST, Virtual California

Outputs: Displacement maps, synthetic InSAR images, forecast maps

Fault

Models

(QuakeTables)


Connecting with emergency preparation and response

Connecting with Emergency Preparation and Response

  • Obvious connection point is generating HAZUS input files from fault models.

  • Can leverage OpenSHA open source tools

    • (But this takes some work….)

  • Examples

    • Generate HAZUS input files for all forecasted hotspots.

    • Integrate HAZUS file generation with automated QuakeSim tools.

    • With inverse methods and GPS and InSAR, provide better fault models for HAZUS tools


Example hazus gadgets

Example: HAZUS Gadgets

Can generate HAZUS input files.

Can generate HAZUS input files.


Example rss disloc

Example: RSS Disloc

Calculates surface displacements, synthetic InSAR from the USGS M>5 Earthquake RSS feed.

Can by integrated with OpenSHA HAZUS input generation tools.


Example geoserver and insar

Example: GeoServer and InSAR

Interactive User Interfaces

Open Layers Output

KML Output


Fault refinements with simplex

Fault Refinements with Simplex


How to make it happen

How To Make It Happen

  • For end users

    • Types of Data Products

    • Delivery mechanisms

    • End clients

  • For data providers

    • Service architectures for interoperability

    • Open community development processes

    • GIS Standards


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