Local geodetic and seismic energy balance for shallow earthquake prediction

@article{Cannav2014LocalGA,
  title={Local geodetic and seismic energy balance for shallow earthquake prediction},
  author={F. Cannav{\`o} and A. Arena and C. Monaco},
  journal={Journal of Seismology},
  year={2014},
  volume={19},
  pages={1-8}
}
Earthquake analysis for prediction purposes is a delicate and still open problem largely debated among scientists. In this work, we want to show that a successful time-predictable model is possible if based on large instrumental data from dense monitoring networks. To this aim, we propose a new simple data-driven and quantitative methodology which takes into account the accumulated geodetic strain and the seismically-released strain to calculate a balance of energies. The proposed index… Expand

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