*Electronic Supplement:*Figures of variation of regression residuals with *R*_{rup} for observed peak ground acceleration (PGA), peak ground velocity (PGV), and spectral accelerations (SAs) and of regression residuals versus *V*_{S30}.

The sensitivity of the interface scaling relationships is evaluated against geographic region (or subduction zone) and average dip along the rupture interface to assess the need for correction factors. Although regional perturbations in fault-rupture scaling could be identified, statistical significance analyses suggest there is little rationale for implementing regional correction factors based on the limited number of interface rupture models available for each region.

Fault-rupture-scaling relationships are also developed for intraslab (within the subducting slab), extensional outer-rise and offshore strike-slip environments. For these environments, the rupture width and area scaling properties yield smaller dimensions than interface ruptures for the corresponding magnitude. However, average and maximum slip metrics yield larger values than interface events. These observations reflect both the narrower fault widths and higher stress drops in these faulting environments. Although expressing significantly different rupture-scaling properties from earthquakes in subduction environments, the characteristics of offshore strike-slip earthquake ruptures compare similarly to commonly used rupture-scaling relationships for onshore strike-slip earthquakes.

*Electronic Supplement:*Table of rupture parameters.

*Electronic Supplement:*Tables of classification of considered records and proposed pulse indicator (PI) index for records characterized as pulse-like.

*Electronic Supplement:*Description of methods and figures of relocated aftershocks, interferograms, residuals, transformations, and seismic station locations.

*Electronic Supplement:*Tables of station locations and peak ground acceleration (PGA), peak ground velocity (PGV), and peak ground displacement (PGD) values; and figures of spectral ratios, band-pass filtered PGA, PGV, and PGD values, residuals, and comparison of PGAs for alternative model.

*Electronic Supplement:*Parallel ascending-orbit track coseismic deformation.

*Electronic Supplement:*Figure of stacks for four additional global stations.

*Electronic Supplement:*Figures of hypocentral distances, moment tensor (MT) solutions, and site terms from the ground-motion regression; and tables of velocity models and MT solutions.

*Electronic Supplement:*Table of earthquake parameters, performance of Seismic Alert System of Mexico (SASMEX), and specific performance evaluation of the 2(*t*_{S}–*t*_{P}) algorithm.

*Electronic Supplement:*Figures showing discretization, verification of the *DistanceDecayCubeSampler*, average simulated participation rate, and average cumulative magnitude–frequency distributions (MFDs).