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Earthquake Early Warning Starts Nationwide in Japan
When an earthquake occurs, a certain amount of time elapses before destructive seismic energy hits nearby population centers. Though this time is measured on the order of seconds, depending on theExpand
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The Status of Earthquake Early Warning around the World: An Introductory Overview
The term "earthquake early warning" (EEW) is used to describe real-time earthquake information systems that have the potential to provide warning prior to significant ground shaking. This is possibleExpand
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Earthquake Early Warning in Japan: Warning the General Public and Future Prospects
The earthquake early warning (EEW) information provided by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) is designed to enable public officials, key safety personnel, and the general public to take advanceExpand
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JMA is now developing Earthquake Early Warning system. In this issue, the methods used for prompt estimation of hypocenter locations, magnitude and seismic intensities, the warning disseminationExpand
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Tsunami Forecasting and Warning
  • O. Kamigaichi
  • Computer Science
  • Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science
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Centroid Moment Tensor solution One of the representation of seismic source process. Expand
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Initial results from WING, the continuous GPS network in the western Pacific area
To investigate tectonic deformation in the western Pacific, a continuous GPS tracking network has been established, and named the Western Pacific Integrated Network of GPS (WING). Between 1995 andExpand
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Tsunami Forecasting and Warning
Centroid Moment Tensor solution One of the representation of seismic source process. It is represented by the moment tensor, which is a combination of six independent equivalent force couples, and isExpand
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Preseismic groundwater level changes induced by crustal deformations related to earthquake swarms off the east coast of Izu Peninsula, Japan
[1] Groundwater level changes since October 1994 of Omuroyama-kita (OMR) well in Izu Peninsula, Japan, were examined in relation to six earthquake swarms with which large crustal deformations wereExpand
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Magma chamber recharging and tectonic influence on reservoirs: The 1986 eruption of Izu-Oshima
Abstract Although analytical expressions for deformation due to simple reservoirs and planar dikes have been in use for decades, seldom are there sufficient data to provide well-constrained detailedExpand
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Preseismic changes in groundwater level and volumetric strain associated with earthquake swarms off the east coast of the Izu Peninsula, Japan
We have observed the groundwater level at Omuroyama-kita (OMR) well on the Izu Peninsula, Japan since October 1994. During the observation period, there were four earthquake swarms. We detected oneExpand
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