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https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-2023-423
https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-2023-423
31 May 2023
 | 31 May 2023
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Seismotectonic and Probabilistic Seismic Hazard of Sunda Strait Region

Asdani Soehaimi, Franto Novico, Mohammad Ridwan, Marina Claudia Frederik, and Suharsono

Abstract. The Sunda Strait region is the riskiest area between Java and Sumatra. The impact of seismic activities must be considered to reduce disaster risk. This study has answered the lack of information about detailed seismotectonic conditions in the Sunda Strait. It confirms geotectonic actions controlled by the Asymmetry Subduction of the Sunda Arc between Oblique Subduction (Sumatra) and Frontal Subduction (Java). These activities produce five main seismotectonic zones based on their respective sources: Megathrust Seismotectonic Zones, Benioff Wadati Seismotectonic Zones, Sumatra Active Fault Seismotectonic Zones, Lampung Block Seismotectonic Zone and Center Part of Sunda Strait Seismotectonic Zone. Based on these seismic source zones, the Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analyses (PSHA) of Sunda Strait have maximum Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA)=0.465 g, Pseudo Seismic Acceleration (PSA) Ss=0.2 second=1.114 g, PSA S1=1 second=0.465 g in Site Class SB at 7 % probability in 75 years (equivalent to a mean return of 1000 years), maximum Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA)=0.484 g, Pseudo Seismic Acceleration (PSA) Ss=0.2 second=1.159 g, PSA S1=1 second=0.484 g in Site Class SB at 2 % probability in 50 years (equivalent to a mean return of 2500 years), Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA)=0.499 g, Pseudo Seismic Acceleration (PSA) Ss=0.2 second=1.193 g, PSA S1=1 second=0.499 g, in Site Class SB at 2 % probability in 100 years (equivalent to a mean return of 5000 years). The results of this effort are expected to be used as the primary data for seismic risk assessment in the Sunda Strait and its surrounding area.

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Asdani Soehaimi, Franto Novico, Mohammad Ridwan, Marina Claudia Frederik, and Suharsono

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Asdani Soehaimi, Franto Novico, Mohammad Ridwan, Marina Claudia Frederik, and Suharsono
Asdani Soehaimi, Franto Novico, Mohammad Ridwan, Marina Claudia Frederik, and Suharsono

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Short summary
The Sunda Strait region is an earthquake-prone zone. The most recent natural catastrophes in 2018 provide evidence that volcanic activity and its consequences might threaten Sunda Strait communities. Strong growth along the coasts of the Sunda Strait, on both Java and Sumatra, required specific preparation for the magnitude and distribution of destructive blazes in this region. Hence, PSHA research may be a foundation for disaster mitigation in the Sunda Strait region.