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|Title: ||Ionospheric anomaly due to seismic activities-III: correlation between night time VLF amplitude fluctuations and effective magnitudes of earthquakes in Indian sub-continent|
|Authors: ||Ray, S|
Chakrabarti, S K
Mondal, S K
|Issue Date: ||2011|
|Publisher: ||Nat. Hazards and Earth Syst. Science|
|Citation: ||S. Ray, S. K. Chakrabarti, S. Mondal, S. Sasmal, Ionospheric anomaly due to seismic activities-III: Correlation between night time VLF amplitude fluctuations and effective magnitudes of earthquakes in Indian sub-continent, Nat. Hazards and Earth Syst. Science, 2011, 11, 2699|
|Abstract: ||We present the results of an analysis of yearlong(2007) monitoring of night time data of the VLF signal amplitude from the Indian Navy station VTX at 18.2 kHz, received by the Indian Centre for Space Physics, Kolkata.
We analyzed this data to find out the correlation, if any, between night time amplitude fluctuation and seismic events.
We found, analyzing individual cases (with magnitudes >5) as well as statistical analysis (of all the events with effective
magnitudes greater than 3.5), that night time fluctuation of the signal amplitude has the highest probability to be beyond
the 2 level about three days prior to seismic events. Thus, the night time fluctuation could be considered as a precursor to enhanced seismic activities.|
|Appears in Collections:||2011|
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