Earthquake prediction in China

  title={Earthquake prediction in China},
  author={D. Davies},
Analysis of Earthquake Forecasting in India Using Supervised Machine Learning Classifiers
A method for forecasting the magnitude range of earthquakes using machine learning classifier algorithms is developed using the Weka tool and it was observed that Simple Logistic and LMT classifiers performed well in each case. Expand
Potential short-term earthquake forecasting by farm-animal monitoring
This study suggests that continuous instrumental monitoring of animal collectives has the potential to provide statistically reliable patterns of pre-seismic activity that could allow for short-term earthquake forecasting. Expand
Potential short‐term earthquake forecasting by farm animal monitoring
We are indebted to the Angeli family for the help, support, and understanding despite their personal hardships. P.M.M. acknowledges L. Parisi and L. Lombardo (both at KAUST) for their help inExpand
Precast concrete panels for the Chinese market: the application of the Performance-Based Building Design approach to define a database of technological solutions
The thesis is focused on the study of precast cladding systems with particular attention on precast concrete panels, used as a technological element for the buildings’ envelope. The research is theExpand
Earthquake - A Natural Disaster, Prediction, Mitigation, Laws and Government Policies, Impact on Biogeochemistry of Earth Crust, Role of Remote Sensing and GIS in Management in India - An Overview
The whole world from time to time is exposed to the unpredictable disaster called Earthquake which causes immense damage to the infrastructure, life and injury to the people. The present manuscriptExpand
Predicting earthquakes through digging satellite data
Earthquake is, perhaps, still considered as the foremost unpredictable natural disaster experienced to date. Even though, predicting an earthquake remains an elusive goal to scientists over the lastExpand
How Many Lives were Saved by the Evacuation before the M 7.3 Haicheng Earthquake of 1975
It is proposed that advanced scenario modeling of the losses in disasters, natural or man‐made, allow estimates of the effectiveness of mitigation, and it is shown that the computer tool QLARM has calculated the human losses in eight damaging earthquakes in China approximately correctly within 40 min, without information from the affected area. Expand
Bio-Mimetics of Disaster Anticipation—Learning Experience and Key-Challenges
  • H. Tributsch
  • History, Medicine
  • Animals : an open access journal from MDPI
  • 2013
The review tries to explore the credibility and to pin down the nature of geophysical phenomena involved in earthquake prediction based on unusual metrological phenomena and animal behavior, and indicates that the concept of ancient Greek philosophers in that a dry gas, pneuma, is correlated with earthquakes, is relevant. Expand
Earthquake prediction : a critical review
S U M M A R Y Earthquake prediction research has been conducted for over 100 years with no obvious successes. Claims of breakthroughs have failed to withstand scrutiny. Extensive searches have failedExpand
LURR's Twenty Years and its Perspective
Seismogenic process is a nonlinear and irreversible one, so that the response to loading of a seismogenic zone is different from the unloading one. This difference reflects quantitatively the processExpand