Influence of electromagnetic fields on the seismotectonic strain rate; relaxation and active monitoring of elastic stresses

@article{Tarasov2011InfluenceOE,
  title={Influence of electromagnetic fields on the seismotectonic strain rate; relaxation and active monitoring of elastic stresses},
  author={Nikolai T. Tarasov and N. V. Tarasova},
  journal={Izvestiya, Physics of the Solid Earth},
  year={2011},
  volume={47},
  pages={937-950}
}
We study the changes in the rate of seismotectonic strains in the Earth’s crust in two of the most seismically active Central Asian areas, the Garm region in Tadjikistan and the Northern Tien Shan, which are excited by high energy pulsed electromagnetic irradiation. It is shown that in both areas the average rates of strain release increase by a factor of 10–20. The increment of the seismotectonic strains initiated during the entire period of electromagnetic treatment is 1.3 × 10−6–6.3 × 10−6… 
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