Articles | Volume 5, issue 1
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 5, 63–69, 2005
https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-5-63-2005

Special issue: Precursory phenomena, seismic hazard evaluation and seismo-tectonic...

Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 5, 63–69, 2005
https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-5-63-2005

  05 Jan 2005

05 Jan 2005

Investigation of ULF magnetic anomaly during Izu earthquake swarm and Miyakejima volcano eruption at summer 2000, Japan

A. Kotsarenko1, O. Molchanov2, M. Hayakawa3, S. Koshevaya4, V. Grimalsky5, R. Pérez Enríquez1, and J. A. López Cruz-Abeyro1 A. Kotsarenko et al.
  • 1Centro de Geociencias, Juriquilla, UNAM, Apdo Postal 1-742, Centro Queretaro, Querétaro, C.P. 76001, Mexico
  • 2Institute of the Physics of the Earth, Moscow, Russia
  • 3University of Electro Communications, Chofu 1-5-1, Tokyo 182-8585, Japan
  • 4CIICAp, UAEM, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
  • 5INAOE, Tonantzintla, P.O.51&216, C.P. 72000, Puebla, Pue., Mexico

Abstract. Results of the ULF electromagnetic emission during the Izu, 2000 earthquake (EQ) swarm and Miyake volcano eruptions during the summer period of 2000 are presented and analyzed. The analysis of the obtained data has been performed in 3 main directions: traditional statistical analysis, i.e. analysis of time dynamics of spectral density, polarization ratios and their derivatives, Principal Component Analysis, and Fractal Analysis. The statistical characteristics were studied at different frequency sub-bands in a frequency range 10-3-0.3 Hz. These methods of data processing are described and the obtained results are illustrated and discussed. Some peculiarities of the obtained results such as the rise of the second principal component and the rise of the fractal index can be interpreted as possible short-time precursors.

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