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Other TitlePrediction research of earthquake and volcanic eruption by comparative study of satellite and surface observations of terrestrial electromagnetic radiation
Author(jpn)畑 雅恭; 馬場 清英; 太田 健次; 藤井 隆司; 内匠 逸; 安川 博
Author(eng)Hata, Masayasu; Baba, Kiyohide; Ota, Kenji; Fujii, Takashi; Takumi, Ichi; Yasukawa, Hiroshi
Author Affiliation(jpn)中部大学; 中部大学; 中部大学; 中部大学; 名古屋工業大学; 愛知県立大学
Author Affiliation(eng)Chubu University; Chubu University; Chubu University; Chubu University; Nagoya Institute of Technology; Aichi Prefectural University
Issue Date2005-03
PublisherInstitute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA/ISAS)
Publication title宇宙利用シンポジウム 第21回 平成16年度
Space Utilization Research: Proceedings of the Twenty-first Space Utilization Symposium
Start page184
End page187
Publication date2005-03
AbstractExtremely Low Frequency (ELF) and Ultra Low Frequency (ULF) band observation of ElectroMagnetic wave (EM) precursor of earthquakes and volcanic eruption has been studied. Three-axial ELF (223 and 17 Hz) high sensitive equipment of order of sub-pico Tesla per root Hertz have detected many precursors of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions for these twenty years. The ULF band system has detected Schumann resonance variation in level and frequency. In this paper, EM precursors of large-scale earthquakes of order Magnitude 7, of recent Offshore Kii-Peninsula Magnitude 6.9 and Magnitude 7.4, and the disaster quakes of Niigata-Chuetu Magnitude 6.8 experienced on 2004 in Japan are discussed.
Keywordselectromagnetic precursor; extremely low frequency; Schumann resonance; prediction; earthquake; volcanic eruption; satellite observation; earth ionosphere; sonogram; full wave method; geomagnetism; 電磁前兆; 極低周波; シューマン共鳴; 予測; 地震; 火山噴火; 衛星観察; 地球電離層; ソノグラム; フルウェーブ法; 地磁気
Document TypeConference Paper
JAXA Categoryシンポジウム・研究会

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