On Possible Electromagnetic Precursors to a Significant Earthquake (Mw = 6.3) Occurred in Lesvos (Greece) on 12 June 2017

@article{Potirakis2019OnPE,
  title={On Possible Electromagnetic Precursors to a Significant Earthquake (Mw = 6.3) Occurred in Lesvos (Greece) on 12 June 2017},
  author={S. Potirakis and A. Schekotov and Y. Contoyiannis and G. Balasis and G. Koulouras and N. Melis and A. Z. Boutsi and M. Hayakawa and K. Eftaxias and C. Nomicos},
  journal={Entropy},
  year={2019},
  volume={21}
}
This paper reports an attempt to use ultra-low-frequency (ULF) magnetic field data from a space weather monitoring magnetometer array in the study of earthquake (EQ) precursors in Greece. The data from four magnetometer stations of the HellENIc GeoMagnetic Array (ENIGMA) have been analyzed in the search for possible precursors to a strong EQ that occurred south of Lesvos Island on 12 June 2017, with magnitude Mw = 6.3 and focal depth = 12 km. The analysis includes conventional statistical… Expand
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