Short-term Earthquake Prediction Based on Seismic Precursory Electric  Signals Recorded on Ground Surface.

 

 

 

 

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 M 5.2 - GREECE - 2022-10-08 22:02:28 UTC

 

Fig. 1. EQ Location (colored star, after EMSC)

 

Fig. 2. M1 tidal variation (black line)  v.s time of occurrence (red bar) of the  EQ.

 

 

Fig. 3. Diurnal  (K2) tidal variation (black line)  v.s time of occurrence (red bar) of the  EQ.

Fig. 4. Cummulative Seismic Energy Release (CSER) since 1901 in 1 month sampling interval.

 Fig. 5. Expected EQ magnitude due to application of the LSEFM  (Lithospheric Seismic Energy Flow Model) on past (since 1964) seismic history of the regional seismogenic area.. 

 

Fig.6. Expected EQ magnitude due to application of the LSEFM  (Lithospheric Seismic Energy Flow Model) on past (since  1981) seismic history of the regional seismogenic area..

   Fig. 7. Expected EQ magnitude due to application of the LSEFM  (Lithospheric Seismic Energy Flow Model) on past (since 2008-8) seismic history of the regional seismogenic area.. 

 

Fig. 8. Expected EQ magnitude due to application of the LSEFM  (Lithospheric Seismic Energy Flow Model) on past (since 2018-8) seismic history of the regional seismogenic area..  

 

 Fig 9. EQ epicenter location (red concentric circles) compared to the deep lithospheric fracture zones - faults (thick brown lines) that have been determined by the processing of the gravity map of the Greek territory (Thanassoulas, 1988).

 

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