Unfolding the procedure of characterizing recorded ultra low frequency, kHZ and MHz electromagnetic anomalies prior to the L'Aquila earthquake as pre-seismic ones - Part 2

@article{Eftaxias2009UnfoldingTP,
  title={Unfolding the procedure of characterizing recorded ultra low frequency, kHZ and MHz electromagnetic anomalies prior to the L'Aquila earthquake as pre-seismic ones - Part 2},
  author={K. Eftaxias and L. Athanasopoulou and G. Balasis and M. Kalimeri and S. Nikolopoulos and Y. Contoyiannis and J. Kopanas and G. Antonopoulos and C. Nomicos},
  journal={Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={1953-1971}
}
Abstract. Ultra low frequency-ULF (1 Hz or lower), kHz and MHz electromagnetic (EM) anomalies were recorded prior to the L'Aquila catastrophic earthquake (EQ) that occurred on 6 April 2009. The detected anomalies followed this temporal scheme. (i) The MHz EM anomalies were detected on 26 March 2009 and 2 April 2009. The kHz EM anomalies were emerged on 4 April 2009. The ULF EM anomaly was appeared from 29 March 2009 up to 3 April 2009. The question effortlessly arises as to whether the observed… Expand
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