Friday, April 20, 2018

Ground Shaking Hazard Map ng Marinduque inilabas online ng Phivolcs

Ground Shaking Hazard Map of Marinduque inilabas ng Phivolcs.

Kamakalawa ay naglindol na naman sa Marinduque, malapit sa karagatan ng Torrijos sa Katimugang bahagi ng isla. Ang nauna ay M2.9 at ang ikalawa ay M2.6. Nasa ibaba ang mga detalye mula sa Phivolcs.



#EarthquakePH #EarthquakeMarinduque
Earthquake Information No. 1
Date and Time: 18 April 2018 - 07:51 PM
Magnitude= 2.6
Depth = 022 kilometers
Location = 13.20°N, 122.18°E - 017 km S 38° E of Torrijos (Marinduque)


#EarthquakePH #EarthquakeMarinduque
Earthquake Information No. 1
Date and Time: 18 April 2018 - 01:19 PM
Magnitude= 2.9
Depth = 012 kilometers
Location = 13.27°N, 122.19°E - 027 km N 87° E of Buenavista (Marinduque)

Ang Ground Shaking Hazard Map ng Marinduque

Ang Ground Shaking Hazard Map ng Marinduque sa itaas ay batay sa geology, pagkakaroon ng mga active faults, makasaysayang mga tala ng mga malalaking kaganapan ng lindol na nakaapekto sa isla, at ang pagiging malapit sa maximum credible earthquake na maaaring makaapekto sa isla.

Ang mapa na ito ay semi-detalyado at maaaring gamitin para sa paggamit ng lupa, tugon sa emerhensiya at pagpaplano sa mga pagtugon, at hindi dapat gamitin para sa site specific evaluation.

Ang Ground Shaking Hazard Map na ito ay hindi naglilimita sa pagtatayo ng anumang istraktura at pagpapaunlad sa isla, ngunit ang pagsunod sa mga construction practices at sa mga pinakabagong pamantayan ng gusali ng National Building Code ng Pilipinas at Structural Code of Philippines ay lubos na inirerekomenda.

(This map is based on the geology, presence of active faults, historical accounts of large earthquake events that affected the island, and the proximity of the maximum credible earthquake that may affect the island.

This map is semi-detailed and may be used for land use, emergency response and mitigation planning, and should not be used for site specific evaluation.

This ground shaking map does not restrict construction of any structure and development in the island, but adherence to construction practices and to the latest building standards of the National Building Code of the Philippines and Structural Code of the Philippines is highly recommended.)

Hazards information at the tip of your fingers

The Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (DOST-PHIVOLCS) has provided our stakeholders a convenient, quick, and hassle-free online access to hazard maps. Local government units, government agencies, and other stakeholders can now access hazard maps using their computers and even through their smartphones free of charge.


Stakeholders can now go to this LINK and fill out the form to download the maps. Active faults, ground shaking, liquefaction, earthquake-induced landslide, tsunami, volcanic hazards, and lahar hazard maps can be downloaded through a link that will be sent via email. The hazard maps are in kmz, pdf or jpg formats. Specific hazards assessment and SHP file may be requested as well.


Also read:

New data: Mga lugar na dinaraanan ng Central Marinduque Fault at iba pang fault sa isla.

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