Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Evidence of fractional-Brownian-motion-type asperity model for earthquake generation in candidate pre-seismic electromagnetic emissions

@inproceedings{Eftaxias2008NaturalHA,
  title={Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Evidence of fractional-Brownian-motion-type asperity model for earthquake generation in candidate pre-seismic electromagnetic emissions},
  author={K. Eftaxias and Y. Contoyiannis and Georgios Balasis and Kostas Karamanos and J. Kopanas and Grigoris Antonopoulos and G. Koulouras and Constantinos Nomicos},
  year={2008}
}
Many aspects of earthquake generation still escape our full understanding. Observations of electromagnetic emissions preceding significant earthquakes provide one of the few cases of premonitory events that are possibly related to a subsequent earthquake. Understanding the factors that control electromagnetic precursors generation seems to be important for determining how significant earthquakes nucleate. Here we report the results of a comprehensive study of the appearance of individual… CONTINUE READING

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