geoelectricity

geoelectricity

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By measuring the variation rule of the secondary magnetic field over time during the time-off period, the geoelectricity features at different depths can be obtained (Guillemoteau et al.
Contract award: The procurement of onshore seismic refraction and geoelectricity surveys for a planned tunnel and suspension bridges.
He was awarded the Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity Award in 1993 and the Tanakadate Prize in 2011 from the Society of Geomagnetism and Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences.
Tokyo, November 11 ( ANI ): A team of researchers claim to have found a link between the occurrence of earthquakes in the Izu Island chain and subtle changes in subterranean geoelectricity, a finding that one day might help develop techniques for predicting temblors.
The team, consisting of researchers from institutions including Tokai University and Tokyo Gakugei University, analyze the relation between small changes in geoelectricity around Kozu Island, located 170 km southwest of Tokyo, and quakes in the vicinity with a magnitude of at least 3.
About the problems of near surface geoelectricity and some results of their solution, Fizika Zemli, 1999, N[degrees]5, 47-53.
1999: About the problems of near surface geoelectricity and some results of their solution, Fizika Zemli, 1999, 5, 47-53.