Articles | Volume 16, issue 2
Research article
24 Feb 2016
Research article |  | 24 Feb 2016

Review of variations in Mw < 7 earthquake motions on position and TEC (Mw = 6.5 Aegean Sea earthquake sample)

Omer Yildirim, Samed Inyurt, and Cetin Mekik

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Short summary
In this study, TEC and positional variations have been examined seperately regarding the earthquake, which occurred in the Aegean Sea. Then The correlation of the said ionospheric variation with the positional variation has been investigated; it can be said definitely that it is a seismic origin anomaly; it is believed that upper air, geophysical, and geological data are required.
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