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Electrical conductivity sounding experiments in seismically active areas

Arthur F. Kuckes

Electrical conductivity sounding experiments in seismically active areas

[final technical report]

by Arthur F. Kuckes

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seismology -- California.,
  • Earth resistance.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementArthur F. Kuckes.
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 80-1148., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 80-1148.
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), Cornell University. School of Applied & Engineering Physics.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17799175M

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School of Applied and Engineering Physics.]. Nevedrova N., Shalaginov A. () Optimal Methods and Parameters of Electromagnetic Monitoring in Seismically Active Areas. In: Kocharyan G., Lyakhov A. (eds) Trigger Effects in Geosystems.

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This may be also ascribed to water contained in rocks. It is speculated Electrical conductivity sounding experiments in seismically active areas book, while reducing the electrical resistivity, water enhances ductility of rocks to lower the seismic activity in the lower by: 6.

DC resistivity sounding method. As I adopted the DC resistivity sounding, the source wave should Electrical conductivity sounding experiments in seismically active areas book enough long periods. The skin depth at the period of sec on the uniform earth with conductivity of S/m is about km, so that such a long period can allow us to apply DC resistivity sounding.

In this case. An active source electrical conductivity sounding was carried out near the East Pacific Rise at 21°N. The average electrical conductivity from 2 km.

The relation between seismically active and electrically conductive zones has been discussed by various authors and various interpretations have been suggested for areas. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY (1) Electrolytic conductors.—The electrical conductivity of rocks and soils in place is generally due almost entirely to the moisture some exceptions, the solid minerals which constitute the rock or soil are good insulators.

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The book provides a broad and comprehensive account ofthe topic, describing underlying physical. These two sites are in the area of the seismically active Maritza deep fault zone (Fig. 1), characterised also by heat flow values in the range of mW/m2 (Hurtig, ).

The electrical conductivity laboratory studies were performed by M. Lastovickova in the Geophysical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

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This experiment has shown that the active monitoring system makes it possible to detect relative variations of the seismic wave velocities of the order of 10 −5 –10 −6 in an area of – km around the source and to carry out direct monitoring of the state of stresses in this area for detection regions and phases of the critical stress as an earthquake precursor.

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The paper presents an empirical analysis which predicts the electrical conductivity of in situ sea water as function of its pH. Response coefficient of the sea water electrical conductivity ζ to the influence of its pH ϑ was evaluated to ascertain the reliability of the highlighted dependence.

A univariate model was derived, validated and used for the predictive evaluation of the in situ sea. The high conductivity areas in and below the mantle transition zone correlate well with the present-day distribution of cold, and seismically fast, subducted sl at least in areas with good.

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It is proposed that secular changes originate from stress and tension on the NSL fault system and crustal blocks as a tectonomagnetic effect. However, the Geomagnetic Depth Sounding (GDS) experiment in Jabalpur area revealed high electrical conductivity anomaly (Satpura conductor) which has been interpreted due to fluids/saline water in the crust.

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