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Seismo-electro-magnetic and other precursory observations from recent earthquakes


, : Seismo-electro-magnetic and other precursory observations from recent earthquakes. Newsletter - New Concepts in Global Tectonics 43(Pages 34-38

Seismic events since 2001 have taken a heavy death toll of about 300,000 people. In order to save lives it is necessary to issue some sort of advance warning. Field surveys of the Bhuj (2001), Andaman (2004) and Kashmir (2005) earthquakes have yielded useful clues about earthquake prediction. Changes in the geomagnetic field at the epicentral region affect radiowave propagation. This is called the Seismo-Electro-Magnetic Effect, and has been found to be highly reliable and useful. The effect and other seismic precursors are discussed in the paper.

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