Friday, 13 April 2018
Evaluation of disturbances detected on a VLF/LF receiver of earthquakes with similar characteristics in different points in time.
Christos Skeberis, Zaharias Zaharis, Thomas Xenos, Spyridon Spatalas, Dimitrios Stratakis, Roberto Colella, and Pier Francesco Biagi
Two years of continuous radon observations for a pre-earthquake processes monitoring in Peloponnese, Greece.
Vassilios Karastathis, Kanaris Tsinganos, Menas Kafatos, Akis Tselentis, George Eleftheriou, Dimitar Ouzounov, Evangelos Mouzakiotis, and Theodoros Aspiotis
About the possibility of predicting earthquakes
Strachimir Cht Mavrodiev, Lazo Pekevski, Emil Botev, Ali Pinar, and Giorgi Kikuashvili
Correlating pre-seismic Groundwater Electrical Conductivity and tectonics: a step towards earthquake prediction
Nimrod Inbar, Yuval Reuveni, and Sharon Agibayev
Assessment of ULF geomagnetic precursor for short-term earthquake forecast
Katsumi Hattori, Peng Han, and Jiancang Zhuang
How seismological and geodetic tools can jointly contribute to the understanding and forecasting of earthquakes
Mattia Crespi, Antonella Peresan, Giuliano F. Panza, Fernando Sansò, Augusto Mazzoni, Andrea Nascetti, and Sara Forte
Multi-parameter anomalies before the Wenchuan and Yushu earthquakes in China Highlight
Kai Qin and Lixin Wu
A study on anomalies of the ionospheric total electron content and worldwide M≥6.0 earthquakes
Cheng-Yan Liu, Yuh-Ing Chen, and Jann-Yenq Liu
Study of the correlations between precipitating Van-Allen particles and seismic events: the methodology and the HEPD particle detector of CSES satellite.
Livio Conti, Giovanni Ambrosi, Roberto Battiston, Andrea Contin, Angelo De Santis, Cristian De Santis, Roberto Iuppa, Giuseppe Osteria, Piergiorgio Picozza, Marco Ricci, Roberta Sparvoli, Pietro Ubertini, and Simona Zoffoli and the Limadou - CSES collaboration
Cross-disciplinary observations of Pre-Earthquake processes: A new approach towards Earthquake prediction studies
Dimitar Ouzounov, Sergey Pulinets, Katsumi Hattori, and Patrick Taylor
All world statistical validation of the Lithosphere-Atmosphere- Ionosphere coupling by 3.5 years of Swarm satellite electromagnetic pre-earthquake anomalies
Angelo De Santis and the TEAM SAFE (1,2,3)
On the possible impact of SSTAs (Significant Sequences of TIR Anomalies) analysis on operational short-term earthquake forecast in the Hellenic arc.
Nicola Genzano, Carolina Filizzola, Mariano Lisi, Nicola Pergola, and Valerio Tramutoli