Ocean cable measurements of the tsunami signal from the 1992 Cape Mendocino earthquake

@article{Thomson1995OceanCM,
  title={Ocean cable measurements of the tsunami signal from the 1992 Cape Mendocino earthquake},
  author={D. Thomson and L. Lanzerotti and C. Maclennan and L. V. Medford},
  journal={pure and applied geophysics},
  year={1995},
  volume={144},
  pages={427-440}
}
The movement of the seawater across the earth's magnetic field produces a large-scale motional electric field. Using the Point Arena, California, to Hanauma Bay, Hawaii, unpowered HAW-1 cable, we have studied the geopotential across this distance to look for possible tsunami-induced fields that might have been produced following the April 1992 Cape Mendocino earthquake. We have used a ten-day interval prior to and including the earthquake as a reference for geopotential signals and for… Expand
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