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On Seismic Manifestations of Intensive Atmospheric Processes
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Volume 1, 2014
Issue 5 (November)
Pages: 99-104   |   Vol. 1, No. 5, November 2014   |   Follow on         
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Authors
[1]
M. I. Yaroshevich, Research and Production Association 'Typhoon', Obninsk, Kaluga Region, Russia.
[2]
L. Kh. Ingel, Research and Production Association 'Typhoon', Obninsk, Kaluga Region, Russia.
[3]
D. A. Lysenko, Research and Production Association 'Typhoon', Obninsk, Kaluga Region, Russia.
Abstract
It is known long ago that atmospheric processes lead to generation of the seismic signals. But for a long time seismologists considered that only as a noise. In the recent years, the additional motivations appeared for study of such signals. There are two different aspects: 1) Using of signals with a low amplitude. Seismic signals as a source of information (prompt recording of hazardous phenomena, monitoring, warning system, forecasting for very short periods). 2) Dramatic effects. Possible influence of atmospheric processes on a seismic activity. So, seismic manifestations of atmospheric processes are needed to investigate – both as such useful signals and as a noise. The article presents some of the relevant results of the authors of recent years.
Keywords
Seismic, Intensive Atmospheric Processes, Thunderstorms, Convective Clouds, Tornadoes, Tropical Cyclones
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