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Predicting the Future Performance of the Planned Seismic Network in Mainland China: II. Earthquake Early Warning

  title={Predicting the Future Performance of the Planned Seismic Network in Mainland China: II. Earthquake Early Warning},
  author={Jiawei Li and Arnaud Mignan and Didier Sornette and Yuting Feng},
The China Earthquake Administration (CEA) has launched an ambitious nationwide earthquake early warning (EEW) system project that is currently under development, which will consist of approximately 15,000 seismic stations and be the largest EEW system in the world. The new EEW system is planned to go online by the end of 2022. In 23% and 3% of Mainland China, the inter-station distance will soon be smaller than 50 km and 25 km, respectively. The effectiveness of the EEW system expected inside… 

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