SIBER-RISK (called by the initials of SI
esilience of I
ystems and N
is a project led by professor Juan Carlos de la Llera and co-investigators Paula Aguirre and
Gabriel Candia, and funded by Fondecyt grant #1170836. The project started in April 2017 and
it aims to investigate, develop, and implement a conceptual framework to evaluate earthquake
vulnerability, risk and resilience of geographically Distributed Network Systems (DNS).
During the development of the project, the idea to create an extensive and well defined strong motion
database of Chilean earthquakes arised. Used in different tasks, this database has proven to be
incredibly useful for researchers and students in their projects.
In order to reach more people, we finally have published it online, entirely free. We only ask you
to follow our licensing terms. Finally, we do not take any responsibility in any result or analysis
made from this database.
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The SIBER-RISK Strong Motion Database uses the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International
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How to cite this database
Please use the following cite:
- Castro, S., Benavente, R., Crempien, J., Candia, G., de la Llera, J.C. (2020). A Consistently Processed Strong Motion Database for Chilean Earthquakes. Submitted.
and add the following line in your acknowledgements
In this database you can find more than 1800 events and 7600 records.
The following parameters are tabulated for each record: start time of the record, magnitude, hypocenter location, type of event (crustal, interface or intraslab), depth, station name, station location, hypocentral distance, epicentral distance, rupture distance, Joyner-Boore distance, Vs30 (if available), and azimut (if available). The table can be accesed here: flatFile.xlsx
. Also, spectral accelerations with damping ratios of 0.02 and 0.05 are available for all records here: SpectralValues.xlsx