Short-term Earthquake Prediction Based on Seismic Precursory Electric Signals Recorded on Ground Surface.
“What today seems impossible, is tomorrow’s reality”
of most Greek recent large seismicity.
EQ occurrence time is compared to M1 and Diurnal tidal components
that have been calculated for each corresponding epicentral area.
Past presented similar case studies:
Do large EQs occur randomly in time? The Mexico EQ
(20th of March, 2012, Mw = 7.4) as viewed in terms of local lithospheric
oscillation due to M1 and K1 tidal components. A brief presentation.
Can large (M >= 8) EQs be triggered by tidal (M1)
waves? An analysis of the global seismicity that occurred during 1901 -
The Japan earthquake of March 11th, 2011 (Mw = 8.9R)
as viewed in terms of local lithospheric oscillation due to M1 and K1
tidal components. A brief presentation.
A short note on the two most recent large EQs of New
Zealand (Mw=7.0 on September 3rd, 2010 and Mw=6.1 on February 21st,
2011). A typical example of tidally triggered large EQs by the M1 tidal
How "Short" a "Short-term earthquake prediction" can
be? A review of the case of Skyros Island, Greece, EQ (26/7/2001, Ms =
Detailed analysis of the methodology can be found in the following:
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