Practical Approaches to Earthquake Prediction and Warning

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C. Kisslinger, Tsuneji Rikitake
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013年11月11日 - 494 頁
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A seminar on "Practical Approaches to Earthquake Prediction and Warning" was held in Tokyo and Tsukuba, Japan on November 7-11, 1983. This was the sixth seminar on earthquake prediction in the framework of the U.S.-Japan Cooperation in Science Program, a series that was initiated in 1964. The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and the National Science Foundation of the U.S.A. sponsored the seminar. The U.S. Geological Survey gave substantial additional support by sen ding a number of scientists to the seminar. C. H. Scholz, Columbia University, and T. Rikitake, Nihon University, were the co-convenors on behalf of the U.S.A. and Japan, respectively. 23 Japanese and 23 American delegates and observers took part in the seminar. Forty papers were presented during the three days of scientific sessions at the Interna tional House of Japan, Roppongi, Tokyo, November 7-9. The other two days were spent on a field trip to Tsukuba Science City, where national laboratories engaged in earthquake prediction research and other aspects of earthquake hazard reduction have been established by several agencies of the Japanese Government. The program of the scientific sessions was organized according to the following topics: 1. The national programs of Japan and the U.S.A. 2. Theory and long-term earthquake prediction. 3. Strain and stress. 4. Observation systems. 5. Various precursors. 6. Social response, public policy and earthquake engineering.
 

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Practical Approaches to Earthquake Prediction and Warning
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Theory of Earthquake Prediction with Special Reference to Monitoring of the Quality
219
Quaternary Tectonics and Damaging Earthquakes in Northeast Honshu Japan
231
LongTerm Seismic Activity and Present Microseismicity on Active Faults in Southwest
253
The Parkfield California Prediction Experiment W H BAKUN and A G LINDH
285
AkitaOkit Earthquake Mw7 8 and Its Implications for Systematics
305
Possibility of a Large Earthquake near Odawara Central Japan Preceding the Tokai
319
A Review of Studies on the Electrical Resistivity Structure of the Crust in Japan
345
RealTime Data Exchange between University Networks for Microearthquake Observa
471
Precursors of the 1983 Japan Sea Earthquake K MOGI
493
Precursors to Large Earthquakes M WYSS
519
Groundwater Radon Variations Reflecting Changes in Regional Stress Fields
545
The Nature of Resistivity Precursor T RIKITAKE and Y YAMAZAKI
559
Review of Evidence on the Potential for Major Earthquakes and Volcanism in the Long
571
TimeDependent Properties of Rocks and Its Implications on Earthquake Prediction
595
Seismicity in the Northeastern Japan Arc and Seismicity Patterns before Large Earth
607

Some Results from Measurements of the Geomagnetic Field and the Electrical Resisti
365
Space Techniques for Earthquake Studies D E SMITH
379
Crustal Deformation Metrology at LamontDoherty Geological Observatory
391
South Kanto Monitoring Chain on Crustal Activities and Its Processing System of Multi
413
Leveling Results in the Tokai Region and the Estimation of the Accuracy of Leveling
425
Gravity Changes in the Izu Peninsula Japan Y HAGIWARA
441
A High Quality Digital Network for Microearthquake and Ground Tilt Observations
447
Waveform Similarity among Foreshocks and Aftershocks of the October 18 1981 Eniwa
627
Observability of a Foreslip on a Hypothesized Fault of the Anticipated Tokai Japan
637
Public Awareness of Earthquake Threat and Expected Individual Response to Short
651
Recent Experiences in California R ANDREWS
675
Activities of the United States EERI Committee on the Anticipated Tokai Earth
682
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