This map of Northern Afghanistan shows the location of the Herat earthquake sequence, as well as its proximity to the Hari-Rud fault system. The background colors show the shaking likely in your lifetime, which comes from transforming the Global Earthquake Activity Rate (GEAR) model into a shaking model called Probabilistic Uniform Seismic Hazard (PUSH). PUSH is globally consistent and corrected for soil amplification, and was trained on the USGS shaking model. Credit: Temblor, CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

This map of Northern Afghanistan shows the location of the Herat earthquake sequence, as well as its proximity to the Hari-Rud fault system. The background colors show the shaking likely in your lifetime, which comes from transforming the Global Earthquake Activity Rate (GEAR) model into a shaking model called Probabilistic Uniform Seismic Hazard (PUSH). PUSH is globally consistent and corrected for soil amplification, and was trained on the USGS shaking model. Credit: Temblor, CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

This map of Northern Afghanistan shows the location of the Herat earthquake sequence, as well as its proximity to the Hari-Rud fault system. The background colors show the shaking likely in your lifetime, which comes from transforming the Global Earthquake Activity Rate (GEAR) model into a shaking model called Probabilistic Uniform Seismic Hazard (PUSH). PUSH is globally consistent and corrected for soil amplification, and was trained on the USGS shaking model. Credit: Temblor, CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

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