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Earthquake Predicting and Tectonic Stress-Reducing Possibilities

  title={Earthquake Predicting and Tectonic Stress-Reducing Possibilities},
  author={Manana Kachakhidze and Nino Kachakhidze-Murphy},
Recent satellite and ground-based observations prove that during the earthquake formative period VLF/LF and ULF electromagnetic emissions are observed in seismogenic areas. The present consolidated paper describes a theoretical model of the generation of electromagnetic emissions detected during the earthquake preparation periods, a scheme of the earthquake prediction methodology, the possible methods of the large earthquake prediction on the basis of the European Network data. The offered… 

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