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Author Hayakawa, Masashi

Title Earthquake Prediction with Radio Techniques
Edition 11th ed
Published Hoboken : Wiley, 2015


Description 1 online resource (307 pages)
Contents Title page; Table of Contents; Preface; 1 Earthquakes and EQ Prediction; 1.1 Fundamentals of Earthquakes; 1.2 Conventional EQ Prediction by Seismic Measurements; 1.3 Nonconventional (Nonseismic) EQ Prediction with Radio Technique; References; 2 Radio Communication and Radio Noise; 2.1 Communication Systems; 2.2 Propagating Media of Radio Communications; 2.3 Major Radio Propagation Types (General Characteristics); 2.4 Radio Noise; References; 3 DC/ULF Technique; 3.1 Historical Introduction; 3.2 DC Geoelectric Signals; 3.3 ULF Electromagnetic Emissions
3.4 Generation Mechanism of DC/ULF Emissions3.5 ULF Magnetic Field Depression; References; 4 ELF Techniques; 4.1 Characteristics of Extremely Low-Frequency Waves; 4.2 Theoretical Aspects of Propagation on VLF/ELF; 4.3 Propagation of ELF Waves; 4.4 Seismogenic ELF Electromagnetic Emissions; 4.5 Anomalies in SRs; 4.6 ULF/ELF Electromagnetic Radiation before the March 11, 2011, Japanese EQ; References; 5 VLF/LF Techniques; 5.1 Characteristics of ELF/VLF/LF Waves; 5.2 Whistlers; 5.3 Theoretical Aspects of Propagation on VLF/ELF
5.4 Anomalies of Subionospheric VLF/LF Propagation and Lower Ionospheric Perturbations in Possible Association with EQs5.5 Seismogenic VLF/LF Emissions; 5.6 Anomalous Propagation of Whistlers; 5.7 Generation Mechanism of Seismo-ionospheric Perturbations; References; 6 MF Techniques; 6.1 Characteristics of MF Waves; 6.2 Anomalies of MF Broadcasting Signals and Ionospheric and Atmospheric Perturbations; References; 7 HF/VHF/SHF Techniques; 7.1 Uses of HF/VHF/SHF Waves; 7.2 HF/VHF Bottomside Sounding and Ionospheric Perturbations; 7.3 Over-the-Horizon VHF Propagation and Atmospheric Perturbation
7.4 Line-of-Sight VHF PropagationReferences; 8 Satellite Observations; 8.1 Historical Introduction of Satellite Observations; 8.2 Plasma Anomalies and Plasma Turbulence (Early Results); 8.3 Radio Emissions in Different Frequency Ranges (Early Results); 8.4 The DEMETER Satellite and Observational Results; References; 9 Summary and Conclusion; 9.1 Summary of the Use of Radio Techniques in EQ Prediction; 9.2 Future Directions; References; Index; End User License Agreement
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Subject Earthquake prediction.
Radio telemetry.
Earthquake prediction.
Radio telemetry.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781118770405