Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Earthquake Research and Analysis

Statistical Studies, Observations and Planning

The study of earthquakes plays a key role in order to minimize human and material losses when they inevitably occur. Chapters in this book will be devoted to various aspects of earthquake research and analysis. The different sections present in the book span from statistical seismology studies, the latest techniques and advances on earthquake precursors and forecasting, as well as, new methods for early detection, data acquisition and interpretation. The topics are tackled from theoretical advances to practical applications.

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Earthquake Research and AnalysisStatistical Studies, Observations and PlanningEdited by Sebastiano D'Amico

Published: March 2nd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2461

ISBN: 978-953-51-0134-5

Copyright year: 2012

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41730 Total Chapter Downloads

7 Crossref Citations

17 Web of Science Citations

42 Dimensions Citations

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1. The Weibull – Log-Weibull Transition of Interoccurrence Time of Earthquakes

By Tomohiro Hasumi, Chien-chih Chen, Takuma Akimoto and Yoji Aizawa

1927

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2. Change Point Analysis in Earthquake Data

By Ayten Yiğiter

2068

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3. Current State of Art in Earthquake Prediction, Typical Precursors and Experience in Earthquake Forecasting at Sakhalin Island and Surrounding Areas

By I.N. Tikhonov and M.V. Rodkin

1422

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4. Earthquakes Precursors

By Dumitru Stanica and Dragos Armand Stanica

1825

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5. Earthquake Prediction: Analogy with Forecasting Models for Cyber Attacks in Internet and Computer Systems

By Elvis Pontes, Anderson A. A. Silva, Adilson E. Guelfi and Sérgio T. Kofuji

3275

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6. Identification of Simultaneous Similar Anomalies in Paired Time-Series

By R. G. M. Crockett

1723

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7. Radon as Earthquake Precursor

By Giuseppina Immè and Daniela Morelli

2876

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8. Application of Recurrent Radon Precursors for Forecasting Local Large and Moderate Earthquakes

By Ming-Ching T. Kuo

1288

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9. Radon as an Earthquake Precursor – Methods for Detecting Anomalies

By Asta Gregorič, Boris Zmazek, Sašo Džeroski, Drago Torkar and Janja Vaupotič

3177

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10. Changes in Apparent Resistivity in the Late Preparation Stages of Strong Earthquakes

By Du Xuebin, An Zhanghui, Yan Rui, Ye Qing, Fan Yingying, Liu Jun, Chen Junying and Tan Dacheng

1040

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11. Are There Pre-Seismic Electromagnetic Precursors? A Multidisciplinary Approach

By Konstantinos Eftaxias

1355

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12. The Effect of Marmara (Izmit) Earthquake on the Chemical Oceanography and Mangan Enrichment in the Lower Layer Water of Izmit Bay, Turkey

By Nuray Balkis

1977

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13. Newly-Proposed Methods for Early Detection of Incoming Earthquakes, Tsunamis & Tidal Motion

By Samvel G. Gevorgyan

2049

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14. Earth Observation for Earthquake Disaster Monitoring and Assessment

By Huadong Guo, Liangyun Liu, Xiangtao Fan, Xinwu Li and Lu Zhang

2034

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15. Earthquake Observation by Social Sensors

By Takeshi Sakaki and Yutaka Matsuo

1683

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16. Fibre-Optic Sagnac Interferometer as Seismograph for Direct Monitoring of Rotational Events

By Leszek R. Jaroszewicz, Zbigniew Krajewski and Krzysztof P. Teisseyre

2342

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17. Experience with Restoration of Asia Pacific Network Failures from Taiwan Earthquake

By Yasuichi Kitamura, Youngseok Lee, Ryo Sakiyama and Koji Okamura

1205

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18. Earthquake Induced a Chain Disasters

By Guangqi Chen, Yange Li, Yingbin Zhang and Jian Wu

1489

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19. Correlation Between Geology, Earthquake and Urban Planning

By Sule Tudes

4517

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20. Simulating Collective Behavior in Natural Disaster Situations: A Multi-Agent Approach

By Robson dos Santos França, Maria das Graças B. Marietto, Margarethe Born Steinberger and Nizam Omar

2458

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