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Authors: Palangio, P.*
Di Lorenzo, C.*
Masci, F.*
Di Persio, M.*
Title: The study of the electromagnetic anomalies linked with the Earth's crustal activity in the frequency band [0.001Hz-100kHz]
Title of journal: Natural Hazards Earth System Science
Series/Report no.: /7 (2007)
Publisher: Copernicus Publications
Issue Date: 6-Sep-2007
Keywords: electromagnetic anomalies
Abstract: The technological and the scientific objectives of the MEM (Magnetic and Electric fields Monitoring) project concerning to the study of the electromagnetic signals linked with the Earth’s crustal activity are reported. The MEM project has been activated in Central Italy to create a network of observatories so as to monitoring the electromagnetic signals, both natural and artificial, in the frequency band [0.001 Hz-100 kHz]. Some examples of the developed instrumentation and the know-how transfer to the industry are reported. We also report some results obtained in the first MEM station installed in the area of the INGV (Italian Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia) Observatory of L’Aquila. Using the single station magnetotelluric approach we have obtained some valuables information about the underground resistivity structure in the area of the measurement station. Concerning to the study of the magnetic signals linked with the tectonic activity we have reported an example of the long term behaviour of the magnetic induction vectors characteristics in the lower frequency band [0.001-0.5] Hz, showing their normal behaviour when no large crustal changes due to geodynamical processes are present.
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