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The Earth's oscillating electric field (T = 1 day) in relation to the occurrence time of large EQs (Ms>5.0R). A postulated theoretical physical working model and its statistical validation

@article{Thanassoulas2011TheEO,
  title={The Earth's oscillating electric field (T = 1 day) in relation to the occurrence time of large EQs (Ms>5.0R). A postulated theoretical physical working model and its statistical validation},
  author={Constantine Thanassoulas and V. Klentos and G. Verveniotis and N. Zymaris},
  journal={arXiv: Geophysics},
  year={2011}
}
The mechanically oscillating, due to tidal forces, lithosperic plate activates, because of its high content in quartzite, the generation of a piezoelectric field. Due to the same mechanical oscillation the lithosphere is generally at a state of an oscillating stress load. Therefore, large EQs which occur at the peaks of the stress load must coincide with the peaks of the generated piezoelectric potential. In this work a physical mechanism is postulated that accounts for the latter hypothesis… 

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