Electromagnetic Phenomenon Related to Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Editor(s): Birbal Singh
E-ISBN: E 978-81-8487-301-6
Publication Year: 2008
Binding: Hard Back Dimension: 185mm x 240mm Weight: 700
About the book
Earthquake prediction studies based on “Electromagnetic technique” have drawn considerable global attention in recent years. This technique is based on ground and satellite based monitoring of electromagnetic signals in a broad frequency range between DC and VHF employing variety of sensors. Definite earthquake precursors have been reported from these experiments. Besides the above, ionospheric perturbations and geochemical anomalies have also been reported prior to the occurrence of the earthquakes. This book contains some important research output in the above fields obtained by well-known researchers. More precisely, there are descriptions on recent progress in VAN method, anomalies in ULF/VLF signals, ionospheric parameters and Schumann resonance etc. The book also includes one topic not related to seismicity which deals with space weather, Trimpi phenomena, and neural network approach to TSP solutions etc.
Table of Contents
Forward / Preface / Electromagnetic Emissions Associated with Earthquakes: Anomalous Schumann Resonance Phenomena Observed in Japan in Possible Association with Earthquakes in Taiwan / Electromagnetic Precursors to the Indonesia Sumatra Earthquake / Diurnal and Semi-diurnal Pattern of EM Emissions Related to Earthquakes and Volcanoes / Ultra Low Frequency (ULF) Amplitude Anomalies Associated with a Recent Large Earthquake in the Subcontinent / Study of ULF/ELF Perturbations Associated with Earthquakes / Enhancement in Lightning Activities Observed Before Earthquakes using Time of Group Arrival Technique / Ionospheric Perturbation Due to Earthquake: Anomalous F Region Behavior Preceding Some Major Earthquakes in India / Signatures of Seismic Activities in the F2 Region Ionosphere / Seismo-ionospheric Perturbation as Determined from TEC Monitoring at Agra / Characteristics and Dynamics of Ionospheric Perturbations Associated with the 2004 Sumatra Earthquake, as Revealed from Subionospheric VLF Propagation (NWC-Japan) / Termination Time Anomalies in Subionospheric VLF Transmitter Signals During Indonesian Earthquakes of 26 December, 2004 (tsunami) and 28 March, 2005 / General Earthquake Prediction Techniques: Current Status / Earthquake Prediction Studies in India – Status and Future Plans / Geomagnetic-Quake as Imminent Reliable Earthquake’s Precursor: Startting Point for Future Complex Regional Network / Complex Regional Network for Earthquake Researching and Imminent Prediction / Radon and Helium Fluctuations Prior to Seismic Events in Thermal Spring Gas / Cause of Animal Unrest Before Earthquake / GIS Mapping for Active Tectonics: An Example From Western India / Magnetotelluric (MT) and Seismic Electric Signal (SES) Based Studies of Earthquakes and Volcanoes: Recent Progress in the VAN Method: Analysis in Natural Time / Three Dimensional Electromagnetic Tomography of Elbrus Volcanic Center based on Megenetotelluric and Satellite Data / Observation of the Neutral Current and its Comparison with the Telluric Current in Japan / Geopotential Anomalies Associated with Moderate Seismic Activities Observed at Agra / Recent Advances in Space Science Studies: Space Weather / Trimpi/TLE like Events Observed at a Low Latitude Station / Manifestation of Geomagnetic Storms During 1996-2005 / A Comparative Study of Neural Network and Simulated Annealing Approach to TSP Solution / Author Index.
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