In this work we analyse variations in VLF/LF radio signal amplitudes recorded by the INFREP network in the period 16 November – 6 December, 2019 characterized by very intensive seismic activities in the Balkan peninsula, Crete, and Adriatic, Aegean and Black seas. Namely, 38 earthquakes with magnitude greater than 4.0 occurred in this area during the noticed period; the most intensive of them occurred on 26 and 27 November: three events in Albania (Mw= 6.4, 5.3, 5.1), one in Crete (Mw= 6), one in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Mw= 5.4) and two in Adriatic sea (Mw= 5.4, 5.3). We study both long- and short- term variations that are already recorded in earlier studies. The long-term variations relate to changes in the amplitude intensities in periods of several days and their existence is shown in many previous studies. The recent analyses also indicate short-term variations in signal amplitude noises started about several tents of minutes before the earthquake (Nina et al. 2020). In this work, we analyse different areas using INFREP network, which allow us to study local changes in the atmosphere. In order to examine possible precursors we considered longer time started and ended 10 days before and after the most intensive of the considered earthquakes, respectively.

Biagi, P.f., Nina, A., Ermini, A., Nico, G. (2020). Variations revealed by INFREP Radio Network in correspondence of six earthquakes with MW greater than 5.0 occurred in the Balkan Peninsula and Adriatic Sea on 26 and 27 November, 2019. In EGU general Assembly. Copernicus GmbH [10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-9200].

Variations revealed by INFREP Radio Network in correspondence of six earthquakes with MW greater than 5.0 occurred in the Balkan Peninsula and Adriatic Sea on 26 and 27 November, 2019

Ermini, Anita;
2020

Abstract

In this work we analyse variations in VLF/LF radio signal amplitudes recorded by the INFREP network in the period 16 November – 6 December, 2019 characterized by very intensive seismic activities in the Balkan peninsula, Crete, and Adriatic, Aegean and Black seas. Namely, 38 earthquakes with magnitude greater than 4.0 occurred in this area during the noticed period; the most intensive of them occurred on 26 and 27 November: three events in Albania (Mw= 6.4, 5.3, 5.1), one in Crete (Mw= 6), one in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Mw= 5.4) and two in Adriatic sea (Mw= 5.4, 5.3). We study both long- and short- term variations that are already recorded in earlier studies. The long-term variations relate to changes in the amplitude intensities in periods of several days and their existence is shown in many previous studies. The recent analyses also indicate short-term variations in signal amplitude noises started about several tents of minutes before the earthquake (Nina et al. 2020). In this work, we analyse different areas using INFREP network, which allow us to study local changes in the atmosphere. In order to examine possible precursors we considered longer time started and ended 10 days before and after the most intensive of the considered earthquakes, respectively.
EGU General Assembly 2020
online
2020
EGU
Rilevanza internazionale
contributo
8-mag-2020
Settore FIS/07
English
INFREP radio network; Earthquake; Balkan peninsula
EGU General Assembly 2020
Intervento a convegno
Biagi, P.f., Nina, A., Ermini, A., Nico, G. (2020). Variations revealed by INFREP Radio Network in correspondence of six earthquakes with MW greater than 5.0 occurred in the Balkan Peninsula and Adriatic Sea on 26 and 27 November, 2019. In EGU general Assembly. Copernicus GmbH [10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-9200].
Biagi, Pf; Nina, A; Ermini, A; Nico, G
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