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Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica, 1971

Heihachiro Chiba

Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica, 1971

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Published by Polar Research Center, National Science Museum in Tokyo .
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    Subjects:
  • Seismology -- Observations.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statement[by] Heihachiro Chiba and Hiroshi Kobayashi.
    SeriesJARE data reports, no. 16 (Seismology), JARE data reports ;, no. 16.
    ContributionsKobyashi, Hiroshi, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE532.A57 C47
    The Physical Object
    Pagination65 p.
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5121090M
    LC Control Number74194490

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Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica, 1971 by Heihachiro Chiba Download PDF EPUB FB2

SEISMOLOGICAL BULLETIN OF SYOWA STATION, ANTARCTICA, Toshiyuki TANAKA* and Masaki KAN AO** "'Faculty of Science, Kanazawa University Kakuma-machi, Kanazawa l * "'National Institute of Polar Research,Kaga 1-chome, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 1. Introduction. Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station Data Reports, No.

(Seismology 50), November SEISMOLOGICAL BULLETIN OF SYOWA STATION, Antarctica, Takuya MASUNAGA1 and Masaki KANAO2, 3*. 1Maps Co., –2, Shimoyugi, Hachioji, Tokyo 2National Institute of Polar Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems.

10–3 Midori-cho, Tachikawa, Tokyo 1971 book Japanese Antarctic Station Syowa (69°S, 39°E) was established in East Ongul Island, Lützowholm Bay, East Antarctica for the International Geophysical Year (IGY) in Since that time, the following geodetical and geophysical observations have been carried out in the vicinity of Syowa Station: : Katsutada Kaminuma, Kazuo Shibuya.

Read Volume 78 Issue 3 of Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. Kanao M () Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica, JARE Data Rep (Seismology 33), pp 1–65 Google Scholar Kanao M, Kaminuma K () Detection capability of earthquakes recorded at Syowa Station, Antarctica, from to Cited by: 1.

Introduction. The history of the superconducting gravimeter at Syowa Station will be explained. Continuous observation of gravity using superconducting gravimeter at Syowa Station, Antarctica Antarctica first started in (TT # 16).Sinceit has been upgraded to a second generation small superconducting gravimeter Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station with 4 K GM refrigerator (CT # ) and observation was Cited by: Antarctica.

Summary. An earthquake of magnitude (M b) has been located by the Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station Seismological Centre, near 81°S, 37°E 1971 book the continental platform of east Antarctica, about km from the coast of Dronning Maud Land, and Antarctica from the Pole of event was found by the Centre's ‘search’ procedure, which is undertaken with a deliberate delay of about two by: Highlights A third-generation superconducting gravimeter was setup at Syowa Station.

Earth’s free oscillations excited by large earthquake have been observed for Chile and East Japan Earthquakes. Antarctica is Antarctica for gravity observation because the value of gravity is large and the noise level is by: 1.

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BURDICK ABSTRACT Antarctica largest swarm of earthquakes of the last few decades accompanied the. Overtones Recorded at Syowa Station, Antarctica: October March Masaki Kanao National Institute of Polar Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems, Tokyo, Japan Abstract During the period from October to Seismological bulletin of Syowa Stationa total number of 82 seismic tremors and 66 ice-quakes were identified in both three-component.

Keywords:Syowa Station, teleseismic events, detection capability, monitoring observation, global network Phase identifying procedure for teleseismic events at Syowa Station, East Antarctica have been carried out since after the International Geophysical Year ().Author: Masaki Kanao.

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Networks of seismometers for global and regional earthquake observation were first established before By the mids, digital recording began to improve the usefulness of recorded data Author: Joseph Steim. After the Xingtai earthquake, the first seismological journal “The Front of Earthquake Studies” (now, changed its fitle as “Earthquake”) was on, in development of seismic research, earthquake prediction and seismic hazard prevention and reduction, quite a number of seismological journals have been successively created.

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Gergana is an assistant professor, and a board member of the Bulgarian Geophysical Society. The team she is working in from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Sofia University has recently been awarded funding from. Single-Station Earthquake Characterization for Early Warning Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 95(6) January with Reads.

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