Co-seismic signatures in magnetometer, geophone, and infrasound data during the Meinong Earthquake

@inproceedings{Liu2017CoseismicSI,
  title={Co-seismic signatures in magnetometer, geophone, and infrasound data during the Meinong Earthquake},
  author={J. P. Liu and Chieh-Hung Chen and TsungYu Wu and Hsiao-Ching Chen and Katsumi Hattori and I-Ching Yang and T. E. Bleier and K. Kappler and Yaqin Xia and Weisheng Chen and Zhengyan Liu},
  year={2017}
}
This paper utilizes 10 stations of co-located seismometer, QuakeFinder/infrasound to observe co-seismic signatures triggered by the 6 February 2016 M 6.6 Meinong Earthquake. Each QuakeFinder system consists of a 3-axes induction magnetometer, an air conductivity sensor, a geophone, and temperature/relative humidity sensors. There are no obvious charges in the positive/negative ions, the temperature, and the humidity, while the magnetometer, the geophone, and infrasound data detect clear co… CONTINUE READING

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