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[SSS25-P15] Probabilistic Seismic Hazard in Low Seismicity Region: Kalimantan, Indonesia
Keywords:PSHA, Kalimantan , Low Seismicity Region, Seismic Hazard Map
In order to reduce earthquake disaster, the Kalimantan seismic hazard map was created using probabilistic approach called PSHA. The uncertainties of size, location and time of earthquake sources and GMPE were taken into account in calculation of acceleration. Seismic hazard analyses involve the quantitative estimation of ground-shaking intensity that was obtained by converting the acceleration on 0.3 second RSA (Response Spectral Acceleration) having 10% probability of exceedance in 50 years (500 years return period). Based on ground-shaking intensity, the hazard level was divided into four classes: they are very low (MMI < V), low (V ≤ MMI ≤ VII), moderate (VII < MMI ≤ VIII), and high (MMI > VIII) respectively.Important to note, this classification is primarily intended to non-engineered building, a common building in Indonesia.
The hazard level in Kalimantan is mainly controlled by diffuse zones of deformation (background seismicity) while Palu Koro and/or North Sulawesi subduction affected eastern tip of Mangkalihat Peninsula. The inclusion of site amplification is another important aspect that included in the hazard map, since it can change the hazard level significantly.