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Layer: Cascadia Subduction Zone M 9.0 earthquake, Peak Ground Acceleration (ID: 35)

Parent Layer: Earthquake Hazards

Name: Cascadia Subduction Zone M 9.0 earthquake, Peak Ground Acceleration

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Description: To provide pga (peak ground acceleration) site ground motion information throughout the study area from a simulated Cascadia Subduction Zone M 9.0 earthquake. Used in building and infrastructure damage models, and as an input into earthquake-induced ground failure model. From DOGAMI OFR O-18-02. Peak ground acceleration (pga) is the maximum ground acceleration that is estimated to occur at a location on the soil surface for a simulated earthquake. It is quantified as a proportion of standard acceleration due to gravity (or g).

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