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Precursore sismico

(Reindirizzamento da Precursori sismici)

Con il termine precursore sismico si fa riferimento ad un fenomeno di varia natura che precede un evento sismico. La tipologia di precursori sismici maggiormente studiati dagli scienziati nella storia sono[1]:

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  1. ^ Dimitar Ouzounov, Recent Research In Monitoring Earthquakes by using multisensor satellite and ground data, NASA, 12 settembre 2007.
  2. ^ Kasahara. 2002. Tides, Earthquakes, and Volcanoes, Science 297, 348.
  3. ^ Metivier et al. 2009. Evidence of earthquake triggering by the solid earth tides, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 278 (2009) 370–375
  4. ^ Tanaka. 2010. Tidal triggering of earthquakes precursory to the recent Sumatra megathrust earthquakes of 26 December 2004 (Mw 9.0), 28 March 2005 (Mw 8.6), and 12 September 2007 (Mw 8.5), Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L02301.
  5. ^ G. Cataldi, D. Cataldi e V. Straser, Earth’s magnetic field anomalies that precede the M6+ global seismic activity, European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2014, Geophysical Research Abstract, Vol. 16, Natural Hazard Section (NH4.3), Electro-magnetic phenomena and connections with seismo-tectonic activity, Vienna, Austria. Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, High Energy Astrophysics Division, SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System.
  6. ^ D. Cataldi, G. Cataldi e V. Straser, Variations of the Electromagnetic field that preceded the Peruvian M7.0 earthquake occurred on September 25, 2013, European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2014, Geophysical Research Abstract, Vol. 16, Natural Hazard Section (NH4.3), Electro-magnetic phenomena and connections with seismo-tectonic activity, Vienna, Austria. Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, High Energy Astrophysics Division, SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System.
  7. ^ Han Yanben, Guo Zengjian, Wu Jibing, Ma Lihua, Possible triggering of solar acivity to big earthquakes (Ms ≥ 8) in faults with near west-east strike in China, Science in China Ser. G Physucs, Mechanics and Astronomy. 2004, Vol.47, No.2, 173-181.
  8. ^ Zhu Yiqing, Liu Fang, You Xinzhao, Liang Weifeng, Zhao Yunfeng, Liu Lian. Earthquake prediction from China’s mobile gravity data. Elsevier, Geodesy and Geodynamics. doi:10.1016/j.geog.2015.01.002.
  9. ^ Vivek Walia, Hardev Singh Virk, Tsanyao Frank Yang, Sandeep Mahajan, Monika Walia and Birkramjit Singh Bajwa. Earthquake Prediction Studies Using Radon as a Precursor in N-W Himalayas, India: A Case Study. TAO, Vol. 16, No. 4, 775-804, October 2005.
  10. ^ K. Wattananikorn, M. Kanaree, A. Wiboolsake. Soil gas radon as an earthquake precursor: some considerations on data improvement. Elsevier, Radiation Measurements. Volume 29, Issue 6, December 1998, Pages 593–598 doi:10.1016/S1350-4487(98)00079-1.
  11. ^ V. Straser, G. Cataldì, Solar wind proton density increase and geomagnetic background anomalies before strong M6+ earthquakes, Space Research Institute of Moscow, Russian Academy of Sciences, MSS-14. 2014. Moscow, Russia.
  12. ^ T. Rabeh, G. Cataldi e V. Straser, Possibility of coupling the magnetosphere–ionosphere during the time of earthquakes. European, Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2014, Geophysical Research Abstract, Vol. 16, Natural Hazard Section (NH4.3), Electro-magnetic phenomena and connections with seismo-tectonic activity, Vienna, Austria. Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, High Energy Astrophysics Division, SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System.
  13. ^ Takayama, T., Suzuki, T., On the relation between the sunspot number and the destructive earthquakes in Japan. Bull, Earthquake Research Institute of Tokyo Imperial University, 1990, 8(3): 373–374.
  14. ^ Liu Defu, Li Lingyi, Evidence of solar activity effecting earthquake, Research of Earthquake (in Chinese), 1982, 1: 38–44.
  15. ^ Mazzarella, A., Palumbo, A., Solar, geomagnetic and seismic activity, Nuovo Cimento C, 1988, Serie 1 (11c): 353–364.
  16. ^ M. H. Jusoh, K. Yumoto. Possible correlation between solar activity and global seismicity. Space Environment Research Center of Kyushu University, ISW/MAGDAS School, Lagos, Nigeria, 2011.
  17. ^ Hirok Chaudhuri, Debasis Ghose, Rakesh K. Bhandari, Prasanta Sen, Bikash Sinha. geochemical approach to earthquake reconnaissance at the Baratang mud volcano, Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 46 (2012) 52–60.
  18. ^ Giovanni Martinelli, Behrouz Panahi. Mud Volcanoes Geodynamics and Seismicity. NATO Science Series. IV Earth and Environmental Sciences - Vol. 51.

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