From the real-time integration of multi-parametric observations is expected the major contribution to the development of operational t-DASH systems suitable for supporting decision makers with continuously updated seismic hazard scenarios. A very preliminary step in this direction is the identification of those parameters (seismological, chemical, physical, biological, etc.) whose space-time dynamics and/or anomalous variability can be, to some extent, associated with the complex process of preparation of major earthquakes.
This session wants then to encourage studies devoted to demonstrate the added value of the introduction of specific, observations and/or data analysis methods within the t-DASH and StEF perspectives. Therefore studies based on long-term data analyses, including different conditions of seismic activity, are particularly encouraged. Similarly welcome will be the presentation of infrastructures devoted to maintain and further develop our present observational capabilities of earthquake related phenomena also contributing in this way to build a global multi-parametric Earthquakes Observing System (EQuOS) to complement the existing GEOSS initiative.
To this aim this session is not addressed just to seismology and natural hazards scientists but also to geologist, atmospheric sciences and electromagnetism researchers, whose collaboration is particular important for fully understand mechanisms of earthquake preparation and their possible relation with other measurable quantities. For this reason all contributions devoted to the description of genetic models of earthquake’s precursory phenomena are equally welcome. Every 2 years selected papers presented in thsi session will be proposed for publication in a dedicated Special Issue of an international (ISI) scientific journal.

Co-organized as AS4.62/EMRP2.40/ESSI1.7/GI2.13/SM3.9, co-sponsored by JpGU
Convener: Valerio Tramutoli | Co-conveners: Mariano Lisi, Pier Francesco Biagi, Katsumi Hattori, Filippos Vallianatos
| Wed, 10 Apr, 08:30–12:30, 14:00–15:45
Room M2
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X3

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X3

Chairperson: Katsumi Hattori and Mariano Lisi
X3.195 |
Gabriele Cataldi, Daniele Cataldi, and Valentino Straser
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X3.197 |
Some correspondence between dynamics of radiation belt and seismic activity
(withdrawn after no-show)
Galina Khachikyan, Alexander Inchin, Beibit Zhumabayev, Nursultan Toyshiev, and Dina Kairatkyzy
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X3.198 |
| solicited
| Highlight
Jann-Yenq Liu, Fu-Yuan Chang, and Chi-Kuang Chao
Hall X3
X3.199 |
Michael E. Contadakis, Demetrios Arabelos, George S. Vergos, and Emmanuel M. Scordilis
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X3.200 |
Dimitrios Arabelos, Michael Contadakis, Georgios Vergos, and Emmanuel Scordilis
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X3.201 |
Tamar Jimsheladze, George Melikadze, Zurab Kereselidze, and Genadi Kobzev
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X3.202 |
Valentino Straser, Hong-Chun Wu, Arun Bapat, Natarajan Venkatanathan, Zhonghao Shou, Giovanni Gregori, Bruce Leybourne, and Louis Hissink
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X3.203 |
Hyun A Lee, Se-Young Hamm, and Nam C. Woo
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X3.204 |
Iren Adelina Moldovan, Andrei Mihai, Victorin Emilian Toader, Razvan Alexandru Greculeasa, and Angela Petruta Constantin
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X3.205 |
Victorin Emilian Toader, Iren Adelina Moldovan, Constantin Ionescu, Alexandru Marmureanu, and Andrei Mihai
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X3.206 |
Konrad Schwingenschuh, Werner Magnes, Shen Xuhui, Jindong Wang, Andreas Pollinger, Christian Hagen, Roland Lammegger, Michaela Ellmeier, Gustav Prattes, Hans-Ulrich Eichelberger, Daniel Wolbang, Mohammed Y. Boudjada, Bruno P. Besser, Alexander A. Rozhnoi, Tielong Zhang, Magda Delva, Irmgard Jernej, Özer Aydogar, and Roman Leonhardt
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X3.207 |
| Highlight
Fracture processes in Laboratory and Geodynamic scale in view of complexity theory. A review.
Filippos Vallianatos
Hall X3
X3.208 |
Fractal analysis of microseismic noise in order to detect earthquake indicators and search for connection with their focal mechanisms
Emil Oynakov, Valentina Protopopova, and Emil Botev
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X3.209 |
Some manifestations of the response of processes in solid earth on variations of solar activity and / or flux of cosmic rays
Alla Sadykova, Dosym Suleyev, Natalia Poleshko, and Galina Khachikyan
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X3.210 |
| Highlight
Pier Francesco Biagi, Mohammed Y. Boudjada, Hans Ulrich Eichelberger, Roberto Colella, Konrad Schwingenschuh, Anita Ermini, Helmut Lammer, Michael E. Contadakis, Bruno Besser, Christos Skeberis, Iren Adelina Moldovan, Özer Aydogar, and Martin Pitterle
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X3.212 |
Hans Eichelberger, Konrad Schwingenschuh, Mohammed Y. Boudjada, Bruno P. Besser, Daniel Wolbang, Alexander Rozhnoi, Maria Solovieva, Pier Francesco Biagi, Manfred Stachel, Gustav Prattes, Özer Aydogar, Cosima Muck, Claudia Grill, and Irmgard Jernej
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X3.214 |
Sanaka Saito, Katsumi Hattori, Chie Yoshino, and Jann-Yenq Liu
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X3.216 |
Vadim Saltykov, Alexandr Cherepantsev, and Petr Voropaev
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X3.217 |
| Highlight
Valerio Tramutoli, Roberto Colonna, Carolina Filizzola, Nicola Genzano, Mariano Lisi, and Nicola Pergola