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https://doi.org/10.5194/sed-3-335-2011
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Electromagnetic signals of crust creep motion

V. N. Uvarov, G. I. Drushin, and D. V. Sannikov V. N. Uvarov et al.
  • Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Radio Wave Propagation FEB RAS, Kamchatka, Elizovsky district, v. Paratunka, str. Mirnaya 7, 684034, Russia

Abstract. A method of registration and allocation of the nearest located sources of natural electromagnetic radiation is developed. Most likely, these sourses in seismically active regions originate from lithisperes. A short description of this method is given. We have carried out a field experiment in the region with small levels of technical noise and high levels of micro-seismic activity (Kamchatka, r. Karimschyna). A number of fragments of the received data are analysed. A large variety of registered signals are shown. It is shown that the most probable source of these signals has lithospheres origin.

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