Home > Current Work > Geophysical situation as of June 23

Geophysical situation as of June 23

Picture: Reuters

Picture: Reuters

International research group consisting of experts of "Forecast" Center (chief of the group Dr.Sc., Prof. O.V. Martynov), RC EOM (chief of the group L.N. Doda), distant school "Cosmo-meteo-tectonics" (CEO Cand.Sc. Bobrovskiy V.S.) and also of several foreign scientists continue monitoring of strong earthquake preparation indicators.

Global indicators

By the June 23 low frequency (LF) wave being registered by the WBG instrumentation system from the June 15–16 has ended. But high frequency (HF) anomalies having different intensity is still being observed.

WBG-3 system data for period of 06/15/2010–06/22/2010

WBG-3 system data for period of 06/15/2010–06/22/2010

WBG-4 system data for period of 06/15/2010–06/22/2010

WBG-4 system data for period of 06/15/2010–06/22/2010

On the Kanoya measurements station of Kakioka Mangetic Observatory (Japan) on June 21 it is observed significant geoelectric anomaly.

Geolectric anomaly on June 21

Geolectric anomaly on June 21

On the proton measurements stations (Cosmo-meteo-tectonics, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia) it is observed significant increasing of the alternative EMF. This is indicator of the highly intensified hydrogen degassing of the Earth's interior.

Alternative EMF measurements data for period of  05/15/2010-06/21/2010,  C23 sensor

Alternative EMF measurements data for period of 05/15/2010-06/21/2010, C23 sensor

Alternative EMF measurements data for period of 05/15/2010-06/21/2010,  CO3 sensor

Alternative EMF measurements data for period of 05/15/2010-06/21/2010, CO3 sensor

On June 21–22 the change of the Earth rotation mode (change of the movement direction of the Earth's pole) has also occurred.

Chanler Earth's pole trajectory change (Earth Orientation Centre, Observatoire de Paris)

Chanler Earth's pole trajectory change (Earth Orientation Centre, Observatoire de Paris)

Local indicators in the Greece area

RC EOM's experts revealed EQ cloud in the Mediterranean in the region between south of the Peloponnesus and the Creete island. EQ cloud is observed on the satellite images from 06/22/2010 19:00 till 06/23/2010 04:00. On the following figures EQ cloud is presented on the Aqua satellite image (23.06.2010, 00:55UTC, channel 31) and on the RC EOM's composite.


EQ cloud in the Mediterranean

Anomalous meteorological situation in the Central Europe has been indicated by the "summer snow" in the Austria, Germany and other countries occured on June 19–20:
Europe's first snowfall of the season: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland and Bosnia hit by snow
Western Austria struggles with snowfall consequences

On the following figure area with cold arctic air is marked by light blue line. Black arrow shows its movement direction.

Surface analysis and clouds on 06/19/2010 03:00 UTC (UK MetOffice)

Surface analysis and clouds on 06/19/2010 03:00 UTC (UK MetOffice)

Observed anomalies set is the response of different geospheres to the compensational process. Observed global and local indicators set is extremely anxious indicator of strong earthquake approaching. Unfortunately Greece and Russian corresponding agencies do not show any interest in the presented materials.

RC EOM also published information on their site in the messages "On seismic situation at the south of Greece" on June 23 and "On current geophysical situation" on June 22 (these messages are currently in Russian only).

  1. No comments yet.
  1. No trackbacks yet.
You must be logged in to post a comment.