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  Poster Programme - NH4.03 Deformation processes and accompanying mechanical and electromagnetic phenomena, for rocks and other materials, from the laboratory to the geophysical scale

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Convener: Eftaxias, K.
Co-Convener: Chelidze, T., Hunt, A.

Author in Attendance:

Thursday, 6 April 2006 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Thursday, 6 April 2006 08:00 -
Thursday, 6 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: NOMICOS, C.

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EGU06-A-01620;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0602
Frid, V; Rabinovitch, A; Bahat, D
Two types of electric phenomena in mechanically loaded solids

EGU06-A-01973;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0603
Balasis, G.; Bedrosian, P. A.
Magnetotelluric investigation of the sensitivity of Ioannina plateau to seismic electric signals

EGU06-A-02153;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0604
Karamanos, K.; Athanassopoulou, L. ; Peratzakis, A.
Recurrence and Escape Time Statistics in Electromagnetic Precursors

EGU06-A-02158;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0605
Kapiris, P.; Eftaxias, K.
Analysis of kHz-MHz pre-seismic EM Anomalies by means of Complexity Diffusion Entropy

EGU06-A-02167;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0606
Tsekouras, A.; Kapiris, P. ; Eftaxias, K.
Non-extensive entropic analysis in pre-catastrophic signals: the pre-seismic Signals Case

EGU06-A-02174;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0607
Eftaxias, K.; Kapiris, P.; Peratzakis, A.; Balasis, G.; Kopanas, J.; Antonopoulos, G.
Is the Evolution Towards Global Failure Ireversible after the Appearance of Distinguishing Features in the Preseismic EM time series?

EGU06-A-02649;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0608
Balasis, G.; Kapiris, P.; Eftaxias, K.
Similarities in Precursory Features in Strong Seismic Shocks and Magnetic Storms

EGU06-A-06897;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0609
Hunt, A; Gershenzon, N; Bambakidis, K
On earthquake precursors through electromechanical coupling

EGU06-A-07568;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0610
Stavrakas, I; Clarke, M; Koulouras, G; Stavrakakis, G; Nomicos, C
Study of Electromagnetic emissions in the HF band as earthquake precursors

EGU06-A-09843;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0611
Lau, B.; Takeuchi, A.; Freund, F.
Squeezing electric currents out of rocks

EGU06-A-10156;  NH4.03-1TH5P-0612
Koulouras , G.; Kontakos , K.; Minadakis , G. ; Stonham , J. ; Stavrakakis , G. ; Nomicos , C.
Capturing Electromagnetic Emissions in the VHF Band possibly related to Earthquake Activity

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