High frequency microseismic noise as possible earthquake precursor

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Ivica Sović; Kristina Šariri; Mladen Živčić;
  • Publisher: PAGEPress Publications
  • Journal: Research in Geophysics (issn: 2038-9655, eissn: 2038-9663)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4081/rg.2013.e2
  • Subject: Geophysics. Cosmic physics | microseismic noise, earthquake precursor, affine moment invariants. | QC801-809
    arxiv: Physics::Geophysics

Before an earthquake occurs, microseismic noise in high frequency (HF) range, <em>i.e.</em> 2-25 Hz, is being generated during preparation process. These signals change the microseismic noise and, consequently, the spectrum of microseismic noise. Time variation of spect... View more
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