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The G-EVER Consortium among the Asia-Pacific geohazard research institutes was established in 2012. The first Workshop of Asia-Pacific Region Global Earthquake and Volcanic Eruption Risk Management (G-EVER1) was held in Tsukuba, Japan in Feb. 2012. The workshop focused on strategies formulation to reduce disaster risks worldwide caused by earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions. The G-EVER1 accord was approved by the participants during the workshop and 10 recommendations were made that focus on; enhancing collaboration, sharing of resources, and making information about the risks of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions freely available and understandable. The G-EVER Promotion Team in GSJ was started in Nov. 2012 to enhance the G-EVER activieis. This G-EVER Hub website was setup to promote the exchange of information and knowledge about volcanic and seismic hazards among the Asia-Pacific countries. Establishing or endorsing data interchange and analytical methods standards for geohazard institutes of the world are important to promote data sharing and comparative analyses. Several G-EVER Working Groups and projects were proposed such as risk assessment of large-scale earthquake WG, risk assessment of large-scale volcanic eruption WG, volcanic hazard assessment WG and the Asia-Pacific region earthquake and volcanic hazard mapping project. The volcanic hazard assessment assist system is implemented with user-friendly interface, making the risk assessment system easily usable and accessible online. The Asia-Pacific region earthquake and volcanic hazard mapping project aims to make a sophisticated online hazard information system that provides past and recent earthquake and volcanic hazards information, risk assessment tools for earthquake and volcanic eruption hazards and links to global earthquake and volcanic eruption databases. The hazard mapping project plans to create the system with the cooperation of Asia-Pacific countries. Eastern Asia Earthquake and Volcanic Hazard Information Map was published on May 2016. The GIS data can be seen and available on the Asia-Pacific region earthquake and volcanic hazard information system.

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July 18, 2019 New caldera data is published on the GSJ Openfile Report (Takarada, 2019c; no. 685). The data is available on the Asia-Pacific region Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information System (browsing and data download).
July 18, 2019 New tephra fall data is published on the GSJ Openfile Report (Takarada, 2019b; no. 684). The data is available on the Asia-Pacific region Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information System (browsing and data download).
July 18, 2019 New pyroclastic flow data is published on the GSJ Openfile Report (Takarada, 2019a; no. 683). The data is available on the Asia-Pacific region Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information System (browsing and data download).
April 19, 2019 New earthquake fatality data in the East and Southeast Asia region is available on the Asia-Pacific region Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information System (browsing and data download).
April 19, 2019 New active fault distribution map in the East and Southeast Asia region is available on the Asia-Pacific region Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information System (browsing only).
March. 22, 2019 New tsunami affected aera data is published on the GSJ Openfile Report (Matsumoto, 2019; no. 679). The data is available on the Asia-Pacific region Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information System (browsing and data download).
Feb. 15, 2019 New earthquake source areas data in the world is published on the GSJ Openfile Report (Ishikawa, 2019; no. 667). The data is available on the Asia-Pacific region Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information System (browsing and data download).
June 28, 2017 GIS data on the Eastern Asia Earthquake and Volcano Information Map are available on the Asia-Pacific region Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information System (browsing and data download).
April 1, 2017 Yusaku Yano (Director of Geological Survey of Japan, AIST) has become a president of G-EVER Consortium.
Oct. 21, 2016 Tephra2 simulation bug on the G-EVER volcanic hazards assessment support system has been fixed.
Oct. 4, 2016 Report of the 1st International Workshop on CCOP Geoinformation Sharing Infrastructure (GSi) for East and Southeast Asia Project is available (in Japanese).
Oct. 4, 2016 Report of 35th International Geological Congress is available (in Japanese).
June 10, 2016 Volcanic ash fall hazard assessment using Tephra2 numerical simulation is available on the G-EVER Volcanic Hazards Assessment Support System
May 20, 2016 Eastern Asia Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards Information Map is published. Download: Map (64MB), explanatory text (30MB).
April 22, 2016 2016 Kumamoto Earthquakes Emergency Survey Report is available
April 17, 2016 M6.5 and M7.3 Kumamoto Earthquakes information on April 14 and 16, 2016 is available
April 15, 2016 After shock distributions and geology in the area of M6.5 Kumamoto Earthquake on April 14, 2016 is available
April 14, 2016 Information about the M6.5 Kumamoto Earthquake on April 14, 2016 (by Yuzo Ishikawa)
Feb. 7, 2016 Information about the M6.4 Tainan Earthquake in Taiwan on Feb. 6, 2016 (by Yuzo Ishikawa)

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Email: g-ever-ml@aist.go.jp

last update July 26, 2019