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Authors: Wu, L.*
Qin, K.*
Liu, S.*
De Santis, A.*
Cianchini, G.*
Issue Date: 22-Jul-2012
Publisher: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/IGARSS.2012.6350657
Keywords: earthquake anomaly recognition (EAR)
lithosphere-coversphere-atmosphere (LCA) coupling
multiple parameters
Abstract: The GEOSS under construction is providing space-,aero-,ground/sea-based multiple observations on planet Earth for the seismogenic process monitoring and earthquake precaution. The stress enhancement and energy accumulation in seismic activity area change locally the physical parameters of lithosphere with the developing of a series of effects that can comprise most of the following ones: initial cracks, the fracturing of rockmass, the changing of electromagnetic properties, the decreasing of dielectric constant, the re-activation of P-holes, the leaking of poregas, and the rise of water-level. The physical states of coversphere and atmosphere are to be affected due to the lithosphere-coversphere-atmosphere (LCA) coupling, and the signals from the underground, surface, and atmosphere to satellites are to be changed with parameter anomaly. We suggested that the LCA coupling is important for understanding GEOSS observations, especially for earthquake anomaly recognition (EAR). Using deviation-time-space-thermal (DTS-T) method for EAR, three recent major earthquakes (2009 Italy L'Aquila earthquake, 2010 China Yushu earthquake and 2010-2011 New Zealand earthquake sequence) are taken as typical cases for analysis to the multi-parameters anomalies, preceding the shocking, with quasi-synchronism and geoconsistency. The specific LCA coupling effects related with the earthquakes are also discussed in brief.
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