GHE01: Electromagnetic Effects in Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling (1)

Saturday, August 23  08:00-09:20,  Room #14

Session Chairs: Yasuhide Hobara, Jann-Yenq Liu

Recent successes in the development of electromagnetic techniques for earthquake precursor registration makes seismo-electromagnetics widely acknowledged by the scientific community. But still we lack the physical substantiation of many of registered effects. Multi-parameter measurements in seismically active regions and cross-validation of results obtained by different groups will help to understand the background physics of the observed anomalies. This session will accept papers demonstrating progress in understanding the electromagnetic effects preceding strong earthquakes including experimental findings and theoretical papers on lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere coupling.

8:00  GHE01.1   POTENTIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEISMO-CRUSTAL DISPLACEMENT AND EM ANOMALIES

C. -H. Chen1, Y. Hobara2, R. Miyake2

1Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, National Chung Cheng University, Chia-yi, Taiwan
2Department of Communication Engineering and Informatics, Graduate School of Informatics and Eng., UEC, Tokyo, Japan


8:20  GHE01.2   ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS IN ATMOSPHERE, IONOSPHERE AND MAGNETOSPHERE INITIATED BY EARTHQUAKE PREPARATION PROCESS

S. A. Pulinets

Space Geophysics, Space Research Institute RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation


8:40  GHE01.3   IONOSPHERIC ANOMALY AS AN EARTHQUAKE PRECURSOR : CASE AND STATISTICAL STUDIES DURING 1998-2012

K. Hattori, S. Hirooka, M. Kunimitsu, T. Ichikawa, P. Han

Graduate School of Science, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan


9:00  GHE01.4   EFFECTS OF THE CHELYABINSK METEOROID ENTRY AT THE IONOSPHERE

Y. Ruzhin1, V. Kuznetsov1, V. Smirnov2

1IZMIRAN, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Troitsk, Russian Federation
2Kotelínikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics (Fryazino Branch), Fryazino, Moscow Region, Russian Federation