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Earthquake Prediction through Animal Behavior: A Review

@inproceedings{Bhargava2009EarthquakePT,
  title={Earthquake Prediction through Animal Behavior: A Review},
  author={Neeti Bhargava and Vineet Katiyar and Mukat L. Sharma and P. Pradhan},
  year={2009}
}
This paper presents a review of the work done in earthquake prediction using abnormal animal behavior. The earthquake prediction can be done using the abnormal behavior of animals preceding earthquake occurrence in seismically active region because of their relatively more capability than humans of perceiving certain kind of geophysical stimuli which may precede earthquake. The international work specially carried out in China, Japan, USA has been summarized. Further, the data requirement for… 
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