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  Poster Programme - NH4.02 Electric, magnetic and electromagnetic phenomena related to earthquakes (co-listed in SM)

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Convener: Biagi, P.
Co-Convener: Molchanov, O., Hayakawa, M., Vallianatos, F.

Author in Attendance:

Friday, 20 April 2007 13:30 - 15:00
Display Time: Friday, 20 April 2007 08:00 -
Friday, 20 April 2007 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: BIAGI, P.F.

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EGU2007-A-00693;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0405
Moldovan, I. A.; Moldovan, A. S.; Panaiotu, C. G.; Echim, M. M.
The geomagnetic method on precursory phenomena associated with 2004 significant intermediate Vrancea seismic activity

EGU2007-A-00724;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0406
Zakharenkova, I.E.; Shagimuratov, I.I.; Krankowski, A.; Tepenitsina, N.Yu.
Using measurements of navigating system GPS for investigation of preseismic ionospheric effects

EGU2007-A-01199;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0407
Schekotov, A.; Molchanov, O.; Fedorov, E.; Chebrov, V.; Sinitsin, V.; Gordeev, E.; Belyaev, G.; Hayakawa, M.
ULF/ELF magnetic field variations in atmosphere probably induced by

EGU2007-A-02197;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0409
Kachakhidze , N. ; Kachakhidze , M.; Ramishvili, G.
atmospheric potential gradient anomaly perturbations as a earthquake precursor (cancelled)

EGU2007-A-04117;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0410
Masci, F; Palangio, P; Di Persio, M; Meloni, A
Development of the INGV tectonomagnetic network inside the MEM project

EGU2007-A-04120;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0411
Konstantaras, A.; Vallianatos, F.; Varley, M. R.; Makris, J. P.
On the observed EEP signal attributed to the Kythira M 6.9 earthquake in January 2006

EGU2007-A-04144;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0412
Palangio, P; Di Lorenzo, C; Di Persio, M; Masci, F; Santarelli, L
Electromagnetic anomaly associated with Earth crustal activity in the frequency band from 0.001 Hz to 5 kHz

EGU2007-A-05142;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0413
Bogdanov, Yu.; Zakharov, I.
Earthquakes appearance in VLF magnetic field variations at regional and global scales

EGU2007-A-05293;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0414
Steinitz, G.; Piatibratov, O.; Barbosa, S.M.
Statistical characteristics of Radon time series in the Elat Granite, Israel

EGU2007-A-05297;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0415
Steinitz, G.; Barbosa, S.M.
Indications for solar influences on the radon system in geogas

EGU2007-A-05309;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0416
Takashi Maeda, T.; Tadashi Takano, T.
Definitive evidence of the earthquake-origin microwave emission in the passive sensor data of a remotesensing satellite

EGU2007-A-05945;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0417
Omori, Y.; Yasuoka, Y.; Nagahama, H.; Kawada, Y.; Ishikawa, T.; Tokonami, S.; Shinogi, M.
Variation of electric parameters in atmosphere due to radon exhalation prior to a large earthquake

EGU2007-A-06155;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0418
Gousheva, M.; Glavcheva, R.; Danov, D.; Hristov , P.; Matova, M.
Quasi-static electric field phenomena in the ionosphere associated with pre- and post-earthquakes effectss

EGU2007-A-03333;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0419
Kyriazis, P.; Stavrakas, I.; Anastasiadis, C.; Triantis, D.
Identification of deformation stages in rocks by means of weak electric current emissions using wavelet analysis

EGU2007-A-06582;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0420
Horn, M. ; Boudjada, M.Y.; Biernat, H.; Lammer, H.; Schwingenschuh, K.; Prattes, G
Model calculation of the electrostatic field penetration into the ionosphere

EGU2007-A-09616;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0421
Prattes, G.; Schwingenschuh, K.; Magnes, W.; Boudjada, M.; Horn, M.; Vellante, M.
Investigation of electromagnetic ULF/ELF-phenomena possibly related to the july 10th 2005 Podgorica seismic event using South European Ground Magnetometer (SEGMA) and DEMETER data.

EGU2007-A-10654;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0422
Slominska, E.; Blecki, J.; Parrot, M.; Slominski, J.; Berthelier , J.J.
VLF transmitters signals in the seismic regions-statistical studies of the satellite DEMETER measurements

EGU2007-A-10707;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0423
Márquez-Cruz , J.; Flores-Márquez , E. L.; Ramírez-Rojas , A.
Statistical behavior of the seismic electric signals associated to two earthquakes of 1993 in Mexico

EGU2007-A-10969;  NH4.02-1FR3P-0424
Kotsarenko, A.; Grimalsky, V.; Pérez Enríquez, R.; Valdés-Gonzáles, C.; Koshevaya, S.; López Cruz-Abeyro, J.A.; Yutsis, V.; Villegas Cerón, R.A.
Volcano Popocatepetl, Mexico: ULF geomagnetic anomalies observed at Tlamacas station during 2003-2006

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