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    • Discriminating the occurrence of inundation in tsunami early warning with one-dimensional convolutional neural networks 

      Núñez, Jorge; Catalán, Patricio A.; Valle, Carlos; Zamora, Natalia; Valderrama, Alvaro (Nature Research, 2022-06)
      Article
      Open Access
      Tsunamis are natural phenomena that, although occasional, can have large impacts on coastal environments and settlements, especially in terms of loss of life. An accurate, detailed and timely assessment of the hazard is ...
    • Microzoning tsunami hazard by combining flow depths and arrival times 

      Zamora, Natalia; Catalán, Patricio A.; Gubler, Alejandra; Carvajal, Matías (Frontiers Media, 2021)
      Article
      Open Access
      Tsunami hazard is typically assessed from inundation flow depths estimated from one or many earthquake scenarios. However, information about the exact time when such inundation occurs is seldom considered, yet it is crucial ...
    • Tsunami inundation forecast in central Chile using stochastic earthquake scenarios 

      Zamora, Natalia; Gubler, Alejandra; Catalán, Patricio A.; Carvajal, Matías (Barcelona Supercomputing Center, 2021-05)
      Conference report
      Open Access
      As demonstrated by recent mega-tsunamis, tsunami coastal inundation could vary substantially as a result of the source characteristics and the local geomorphologic-related- effects. Here, numerical simulations are used ...