Layman’s Report (pdf, 4Mb)
Guidelines for end users (pdf, 2Mb)
Brochure_EN (pdf, 1Mb)
S-PTHA data and metadata distribution as OGC Web Services (external website under development)
Technical documents: summary
The purpose of the TSUMAPS-NEAM project is to provide a regional probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment (PTHA) to the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. This assessment deals with tsunamis of seismic origin (Seismic-PTHA, S-PTHA). It is conducted at the scale of the NEAM (North-eastern Atlantic, the Mediterranean and connected seas) region, one of the four regions where the UNESCO-IOC Tsunami Programme has set an Intergovernmental Coordination Group. So, the results are not expected to reach the fine-grain detail necessary for local scale planning; rather, they are designed to be suitable for regional comparative screening and prioritization of site-specific assessments.
The documents below illustrate the overall project design (Stage 1); the multi-expert uncertainty management protocol (Stage 2 and Stage 3), which is an attempt to formalize how the subjective choices, arising from scientific and technical controversies during the assessment, are dealt with; and the implementation plan (Stage 4) for the hazard calculations. More technical details on methods and specific results of the elicitation experiment are given in the Appendices.
Stage 1: Project Summary (pdf, 4Mb)
Stage 2: Pool of Experts Kick-off (pdf, 1Mb)
Stage 3: Elicitation Experiment (pdf, 2Mb)
Stage 4: Preliminary Implementation Plan (Workflow) (pdf, 3Mb)
Appendices (zip, 43Mb)
Successive updates of the S-PTHA implementation will be posted here as they become available.
Project progress reports
First progress report (pdf, 1Mb)
Second progress report (pdf, 1Mb)
Third progress report (pdf, 1Mb)
Extended progress report (pdf, 1Mb)
Tsunami modeling has been done with the HPC support by:
Dpto. Matemática Aplicada, Escuela de Ingenierías Industriales, Universidad de Málaga, Spain for making the HySEA code available
Cineca for providing access to computing facilities