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Application of polarization method to geomagnetic data from the station Chengdu

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Authors:He Chang; Feng Zhisheng
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Earthquake Administration of Sichuan Province, Chengdu, China
Other:
Earthquake Administration of Jiangsu Province, China
Volume Title:Dizhen Xuebao Acta Seismologica Sinica
Source:Dizhen Xuebao = Acta Seismologica Sinica, 39(4), p.558-564. Publisher: Kexue Chubanshe, Beijing, China. ISSN: 0253-3782
Publication Date:2017
Note:In Chinese with English summary
Summary:Based on the 1-second sampling data derived from FHDZ-M15 digital recording geometry of the station Chengdu, we applied polarization method to analyzing the possible ultra-low frequency electromagnetic phenomena associated with ML=5.0 earthquakes surrounding the station. It was shown that the long-term curve of the polarization value of the station Chengdu exhibits annual variations. By applying the Fourier fitting, the periodic annual variations were eliminated, and the analysis results on residuals between polarization values and fitting ones indicate that the increasing of the polarization value has a close relationship with ML=5.0 earthquakes which would happen in two months, and the appearance duration of the high value was one day to five days. Meanwhile, there was no correlation between the ultra-low frequency electromagnetic phenomena and the space current activity; the abnormal amplitude of polarization value before the thrust earthquake is higher than that of the strike-slip type.
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Record ID:843321-10
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520 |a Based on the 1-second sampling data derived from FHDZ-M15 digital recording geometry of the station Chengdu, we applied polarization method to analyzing the possible ultra-low frequency electromagnetic phenomena associated with ML=5.0 earthquakes surrounding the station. It was shown that the long-term curve of the polarization value of the station Chengdu exhibits annual variations. By applying the Fourier fitting, the periodic annual variations were eliminated, and the analysis results on residuals between polarization values and fitting ones indicate that the increasing of the polarization value has a close relationship with ML=5.0 earthquakes which would happen in two months, and the appearance duration of the high value was one day to five days. Meanwhile, there was no correlation between the ultra-low frequency electromagnetic phenomena and the space current activity; the abnormal amplitude of polarization value before the thrust earthquake is higher than that of the strike-slip type. 
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700 1 |a Feng Zhisheng,  |e analytic author  |u Earthquake Administration of Jiangsu Province 
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