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  Poster Programme - NH4.01 Seismic hazard evaluation, precursory phenomena and reliability of prediction

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Convener: Contadakis, M.
Co-Convener: Zschau, J., Biagi, P.

Author in Attendance:

Wednesday, 18 April 2007 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Wednesday, 18 April 2007 08:00 -
Wednesday, 18 April 2007 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: BIAGI, P.F.

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EGU2007-A-01084;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0605
Castellana, L.; Maggipinto, T.; Biagi, P.F.
K-Nearest-Neighbour classifiers predict seismic precursors by hydrogeochemical data

EGU2007-A-01579;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0606
Abdullah, M.; Mat, D.A.A; Zain, A.F.M; Abdullah, S.; Homam, M. J.
Reliability of ionospheric models with the occurrence on TIDs over equatorial region

EGU2007-A-02123;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0607
Bobrovskiy, V.
Is it possible generation of Kuril-Kamchatka earthquake in 2007-08 yrs, whose seismic focus is being formed between northern Kamchatka and Simushir Island?

EGU2007-A-02300;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0608
Mullayarov, V.; Karimov, R.; Kozlov, V.
Amplitude variations of the VLF thunderstorm signals passing above the epicenters of strong earthquakes

EGU2007-A-02678;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0609
Contadakis, M.E.; Arabelos, D.N. ; Asteriadis, G.; Spatalas, S.D.; Pikridas, Ch.
TEC variations over the Mediterranean during the seismic activity of 20th October, in the area of eastern Aegean

EGU2007-A-03149;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0610
Chen, K.J.; Wang, J.S.; Wu, Y.M.; Lin, C.H.
Estimation on peak ground acceleration by Q-structures

EGU2007-A-03153;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0611
Fujimaki, H.; Nakakura, T.; Shimizu, H.; Ohtsuki, K.
Temporal changes of chemical compositions of waters from deep borehole and its relation to seismic activities

EGU2007-A-04025;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0612
Stejskal, V.; Broz, M.; Kasparek, L.; Kopylova, G. N.; Lyubushin, A. A.; Skalsky, l.
Analysis of the groundwater level changes preceding the weak intraplate earthquakes in the Bohemian Massif (Central Europe) in 2005

EGU2007-A-05526;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0613
Tumalski, T.
Earthquake prediction; Principles (Part I)

EGU2007-A-06309;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0614
Pantea, A; Constantin, A
The uncertainties in the final results on macroseismic intensities for October 27, 2004 earthquake (M=6) from Vrancea seismogenic zone (Romania).

EGU2007-A-06344;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0615
Pantea, A; Constantin, A
The macroseismic map of March 4, 1977 major Vrancea earthquake obtained after the revaluation of the macroseismic effects.

EGU2007-A-07537;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0616
Sigaeva, E.; Nechaev, O.; Panasyuk, M.; Kuzmin, Yu.
Thermal neutronsí flux response to the earthquakes depending on the epicenterís direction

EGU2007-A-09693;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0617
Vallianatos, F.; Hloupis, G..; Moisidi, M.; Papadopoulos, I; Makris, J.
Site Effect Studies using the 8th of January 2006 Kythira Earthquake Data Recorded in Crete (Southern Greece).

EGU2007-A-09728;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0618
Vallianatos, F.; Hloupis, G.; Stonham, J.
Wavelet Based processing of Microtremors Signals

EGU2007-A-09796;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0619
Vallianatos, F.; Hloupis, G.; Stonham, J.
Rapid Wavelet Estimation of Earthquake Magnitude for Seismic Early Warning

EGU2007-A-10691;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0620
Vallianatos, F.
Aspects of seismic risk assessment in the frame of a non-extensive approach

EGU2007-A-10635;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0621
Zoran, M; Mateciuc, D
Seismic hazard assessment of Vrancea area by GPS, satellite and in-situ monitoring data

EGU2007-A-02156;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0622
Cadicheanu, N.; Van Ruymbeke, M.
Research of tidal periodicities in the seismic hazards of the Vrancea zone (Romania)

EGU2007-A-10029;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0623
van Zwieten, G.J.; Gutierrez, M.A.; Hanssen, R.F.
Quantitative fault discontinuity modeling using the Partition of Unity Method

EGU2007-A-03590;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0624
Orhan, A.
The evaluation of seismic risk analysis in EskiĢehir (Turkey) on the basis of Gutenberg-Richter and Gumbel Methods

EGU2007-A-00102;  NH4.01-1WE5P-0625
Das, N. K.; Chaudhuri, H; Bhandari, R.K.; Ghose, D.; Sen, P.; Sinha, B.
Implications of geochemical precursory Signals vis a vis Earthquakes

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