Experimental measurement of electromagnetic emissions possibly related to earthquakes in Japan

@inproceedings{Gokhberg1982ExperimentalMO,
  title={Experimental measurement of electromagnetic emissions possibly related to earthquakes in Japan},
  author={Mikhail B. Gokhberg and V. A. Morgounov and Takeo Yoshino and Ichiro Tomizawa},
  year={1982}
}
Recent observations in the USSR appear to suggest that wide-band electromagnetic radiation occurs just prior to earthquakes. To apply this phenomenon to earthquake prediction, measurements have been carried out at the Sugadaira Space Radiowave Observatory in Japan under the USSR-Japan Cooperation Program in 1980. The recorded noise level at 81 kHz is comparatively quiet throughout the day and night. However, about one-half hour before the main shock of a magnitude 7 earthquake at 0733 UT on… CONTINUE READING

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