IJG  Vol.3 No.4 , September 2012
Fluid Dynamic Response of the Russia Seismically Differing Regions to the Global Geodynamics Processes
ABSTRACT
The results of the spectral-correlation analysis of the fluid-dynamic (radon and hydrogen) data monitoring obtained in the seismically active region—on Kamchatka and in conditions of Russian platform where compared to the results of the laser-deformometer measurements obtained on Caucasus. It allowed identify spectral components of the measured parameters, first of all, in the area of the lunar-solar tides. This identification have demonstrated the identical reaction of the mountain and platform regions to the global geodeformation processes of the tidal level and have shown the possibility of the measuring parameters response to the catastrophic events preparation processes. Really the prognostic effects in the investigated fields where indicated in periods of preparation and realization of the catastrophic earthquakes in Indian Ocean on December, 26, 2004 and on March, 28, 2005.

Cite this paper
V. Rudakov, P. Firstov and V. Tsyplakov, "Fluid Dynamic Response of the Russia Seismically Differing Regions to the Global Geodynamics Processes," International Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 3 No. 4, 2012, pp. 767-771. doi: 10.4236/ijg.2012.34077.
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