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System-Level Seismic Risk Assessment of Bridge Transportation Networks Employing Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

Table 5

Earthquake events with magnitude 3.0 and above in the study area.

No.DateOrigin timeLatitudeLongitudeDepth (km)

114 Apr. 198111 : 4735.90130.1074.8
227 Aug. 198121 : 3535.80129.8073.5
310 Dec. 198521 : 4235.80129.7073.2
417 Mar. 198611 : 5235.90129.5073.2
56 Oct. 19877 : 0435.90129.9073.1
66 Oct. 198723 : 3636.20130.1073.5
722 Oct. 199018 : 0935.90130.0073.4
824 Apr. 19991 : 3536.00129.3073.2
99 Jul. 20024 : 0135.90129.6073.8
1028 Mar. 201113 : 5035.97129.9573.2
1115 Apr. 201711 : 3136.11129.3673.1
1215 Nov. 201714 : 2936.11129.3775.4
1315 Nov. 201714 : 3236.10129.3683.6
1415 Nov. 201715 : 0936.09129.3483.5
1515 Nov. 201716 : 4936.12129.36104.3
1616 Nov. 20179 : 0236.12129.3783.6
1719 Nov. 201723 : 4536.12129.3693.5
1820 Nov. 20176 : 0536.14129.36123.6
1925 Dec. 201716 : 1936.11129.36103.5
2011 Feb. 20185 : 0336.08129.3394.6

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