Criticality analysis of 3-year-long VLF subionospheric propagation data possibly related to significant earthquake events in Japan

@article{Politis2020CriticalityAO,
  title={Criticality analysis of 3-year-long VLF subionospheric propagation data possibly related to significant earthquake events in Japan},
  author={D. Politis and S. Potirakis and M. Hayakawa},
  journal={Natural Hazards},
  year={2020},
  volume={102},
  pages={47-66}
}
Ionospheric anomalies possibly related to significant earthquakes (EQs) have been extensively investigated in recent years and could be considered promising for short-term EQ prediction. In this work, we study the subionospheric propagation data recorded during a time period of 3 years (1/1/2014–28/02/2017) by a network of 8 VLF/LF receivers deployed throughout Japan, to identify possible signatures of pre-EQ processes. Specifically, we analyzed the nighttime receiver amplitude data possibly… Expand

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