Nonlinear dynamics, seismic activity and aerospace sounding systems
Keywords:spontaneous electromagnetic and seismoacoustic emission, dynamic processes, geosystems, aerospace monitoring
Processes and phenomena are under consideration, which can be realized from the viewpoint of nonlinear dynamics and are typical for geosystems. Attention is focused on the main features and new possibilities given by the ideas and approaches of nonlinear dynamics for solving applied problems of geophysics.
Premises for physical interpretation of spontaneous electromagnetic and seismoacoustic emission as a product of temporally uninterrupted transitional dynamic processes related to interaction of different subsystems of geo-medium as its metastable conditions and succession of such conditions are analyzed.
An attempt has been undertaken to analyze lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere relations, methods of multiparametric aerospace monitoring of short-term precursors of strong seismic events. Its possibilities and limits are considered and the necessity of integrating passive monitoring systems based on the study of medium-generated emission signals spectra with active ones, oriented to system receptivity control. Baselessness of attempts to give reliable and accurate short-term forecast without studying physics of producing destruction sources and development of deformation process within the Earth’s crust during the final stage in a regime with intensification has been noticed.
Boyarchuk K. A., Karelin A. V., Pulinets S. A., Tertyshnikov A. V., Uzunov D. P., Yudin I. A., 2012. Common concept of Oncoming Powerful earthquake Sing Detection within the Framework of Integ rated Lithosphere—Atmosphere—Ionosphere—Magnetosphere System. Kosmonavtika i raketostroenie (3), 21—31 (in Russian).
Buchachenko A. L., Oraevskiy V. N., Pokhotelov O. A., Sorokin V. N., Strakhov V. N., Chmyrev V. N., 1996. Ionospheric precursors to earthquakes. Phys. Usp. 39, 959—965 (in Russian).
Second Int. Conf. «New technologies of processing and use of remote sensing in exploration and in the conduct of monitoring of dangerous geological processes», 2014. St. Petersburg: VSEGEI Publ., (in Russian).
Genshaft Yu. S., 2009. Earth — an open system: geological and geophysical investigation. Fizika Zemli (8), 4—12 (in Russian).
Ginzburg V. L., Tsytovich V. N., 1984. Transition Radiation and Transition Scattering (some questions of the theory). Moscow: Nauka, 360 p. (in Russian).
Gornyy V. I., Tronin A. A., 2012. Review of the last decade major achievements of remote sensing methods application on the geological and geophysical problems solution. Sovremennye problemy distantsionnogo zondirovaniya Zemli iz kosmosa (5), 116—132 (in Russian).
Guglielmi A. V., 2007. Ultra-low-frequency electromagnetic waves in the crust and magnetosphere of the Earth. Uspehi fizicheskih nauk 177 (12), 1257—1276 (in Russian).
Gufeld I. L., 2013. Is it possible to forecast strong crustal earthquakes? Vestnic RAN 83(3), 236—245 (in Russian).
Gufeld I. L., 2007. The seismic process. Physical and chemical aspects. Research publication. Korolev: TSNIIMash, 160 p. (in Russian).
Gufeld I. L., Matveeva M. I., Novoselov O. N. Why cannot we implement forecast Strong crustal earthquakes. Geodynamics and tectonophysics. 2011. 2 (4). P. 378 — 415. (in Russian).
Doda L. N., Stepanov I. V., Natyaganov V. L., 2013. Empirical scheme of short-term earthquake prediction. Doklady RAN 453(5), 551—557 (in Russian).
Zhurkov S. N., Kuksenko V. S., Savelyev V. N., Sultanov U., 1977. Predicting the destruction of rocks. Fizika Zemli (6), 11—18 (in Russian).
Zelenyi L.M., Milovanov A.V., 2004. Fractal topology and strange kinetics: from percolation theory to problems in cosmic electrodynamics. Uspehi fizicheskih nauk 174 (8), 810—850 (in Russian).
Kosobokov V. G., 2005. Earthquake Prediction: fundamentals, implementation and prospects. Earthquake prediction and geodynamic processes. Part 1 (Computational Seismology. Vol. 36). Moscow: GEOS, 179 p. (in Russian).
Kuznetsov O. L., 2009. Effect ANCHAR — a harbinger of a new philosophy of Exploration Geophysicists. Seismic Technology 7(1), 7—8 (in Russian).
Levshenko V. T., 1995. Ultra-low frequency electromagnetic signals lithospheric origin: Dr. phys. and math. sci. diss. Moscow, 36 p. (in Russian).
Liperovsky V. A., 2006. Physical models of lithosphere — atmosphere — ionosphere coupling. Lectures BSFP. Moscow: IPE RAS, 58—65 (in Russian).
Loskutov A. Yu., 2010. Fascination of chaos. Uspehi fizicheskih nauk 180 (2), 1305—1329 (in Russian).
Ljubushin A. A., 2013. Forecast Great Japan Earthquake and singularity of seismic noise. http://www.seismicweather.com/downloard/russiannaturejournal.pdf.
Makarov P. V., 2012. Capabilities of modern methods of geomechanical modeling as applied to the Earth science. Moscow: IPE RAS Publ., 14 p. (in Russian).
Naimark A. A., Zakharov V. S., 2012. Ratios of direction, cyclicity and nonlinearity in geological processes. Vestnik KRAUNTs. Nauki o Zemle 19(1), 181—189 (in Russian).
Nikolaev A. V., 2002. Development of methods of non linear geophysics. Vestnik OGGGGN RAN 1(20), 34—38 (in Russian).
Panteleev I. A., Plekhov O. A., Naimark O. B., 2013. Model of geomedia containing defects: collective effects of defects evolution during formation of potential earthquake foci. Geodinamika i tektonofizika 4(is. ), 37—51 (in Russian).
Pilipenko V. A., 2006. Wave geomagnetic field in space and on Earth. www.kosmofizika.ru/owz/pilipenko/plp1pdf.
Pulinets S. A., Uzunov D. P., 2011. Satellite technology there is no alternative. On the problem of monitoring of natural and man-made disasters. Proc. of the Institute of Applied Geophysics named after academician E. K. Fedorov. Moscow, Is. 89, 173—185.
Rabinovich M. I., 1983. Pathways to and Propertics of stochasticity in dissipation systems. Uspehi fizicheskih nauk 139(is. 2), 363 (in Russian).
Rabinovich M. I., Myuezinoglu M .K., 2010. Nonlinear dynamics of the brain: emotion and cognition. Uspehi fizicheskih nauk 180(4), 371—387 (in Russian).
Rodkin M. V., Nikitin A. N., Vasin R. N., 2009. Seismotectonic effects of solid state transformations in geomaterials. Moscow: GEOS, 199 p. (in Russian).
Rumanov E. N., 2013. Critical phenomena far from equilibrium. Uspehi fizicheskih nauk 183(1), 103—112 (in Russian).
Sadovsky M. A., 2004. Selected works: Geophysics and Physics of Explosion. Moscow: Nauka, 440 p. (in Russian).
Sobolev G. A., Ponomarev A. V., 2003. Physics and forerunners of earthquakes. Moscow: Nauka, 270 p. (in Russian).
Surkov V. V., 2000. Electromagnetic effects by earthquakes and explosions. Moscow: MEPI Publ., 235 p. (in Russian).
Tarasov V.E., 2011. Models of theoretical physics with integrodifferentiation fractional order. Moscow: RHD 568 p. (in Russian).
Ulomov V. I., 2007. Of global change of seismic regime and the level of the water surface of the Earth. Fizika Zemli (9), 3—17 (in Russian).
Utkin V. I., Jurkov A. K., 2010. Radon as an indicator of geodynamic processes. Geologiya i geofizika 51(2), 277—286 (in Russian).
Hayakova M., Korovkin N. V., 2011. Seysmoelektromagnitnye phenomenon as a new field of study radio wave phenomena. XII World Electrotechnical Congress. VELK2011, 4—5 October 2011. Presentations (in Russian). http://www.ruscable.ru//article/report/.
Chebotareva I. A., 2011. Structure and dynamics of seismic noise in geomedium fields, methods and experimental results. Akustika neodnorodnych sred. Ezhegodnik RAO is. 12, 147—156 (in Russian).
Chernogor L. F., 2011. Sun—Interplanetary medium—Magnetosphere—Ionosphere—Atmosphere—Earth as Opened Nonequilibrium Nonlinear Physical System. Zhurnal problem evolyutsii otkryityih sistem 1(is. 13), 22—48 (in Russian).
Shapoval A. B., 2011. Questions predictability in the isotopic model with self — organized criticality: author’s abstract. Dr. phys. and math. sci. diss. Moscow, 35 p. (in Russian).
Shebalin P. N., Vorobyov I. A., 2006. Earthquake prediction algorithms. Earthquake prediction and geodynamic processes. Part 2 (Computational Seismology. Vol. 37). Moscow: GEOS, 292 p. (in Russian).
Shuman V. N., 2014a. Nonlinear dynamics of geomedium: transitional processes and critical phenomena. Geofizicheskiy zhurnal 36 (6), 129—142 (in Russian).
Shuman V. N., 2014b. On predictability seismic process. Geofizicheskiy zhurnal 36 (3), 48—71 (in Russian).
Shuman V. N., 2014c. Seismic processes and advanced monitoring system. Geofizicheskiy zhurnal 36(4), 50—64 (in Russian).
Shuman V. N., 2012. Electrodynamics of fractal media, transitional fractal dispersion and electromagnetic noise of the lithosphere. Geofizicheskiy zhurnal 34(1), 3—13 (in Russian).
Shuman V. N., Kobolev V. P., Starostenko V. I., Burkinsky I. V., Loyko N. P., Zakharov I. G., Yatsyuta D. A., 2012. A method of analysis of spontaneous electromagnetic emission on the Earth: physical backgrounds, elements of theory, field experiment. Geofizicheskiy zhurnal 34(4), 40—61 (in Russian).
Bak P., Tang C., Wiesenfeld K., 1987. Self-Organized Criticality: an Explanation of 1/f noise. Phys. Rev. Lett. 59, 381—384.
Perrone L., Korsunova L. P., Mikhailov A. V., 2010. Ionospheric precursors for crustal earthquakes in Italy. Ann. Geophys. 28(4), 941—950.
Tarasov V. E., 2008. Fractional vector calculus and fractional Maxwell’s equations. Ann. Phys. 323(11), 2756—2778.
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2020 Geofizicheskiy Zhurnal
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:
1. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.
2. Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.
3. Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work (See The Effect of Open Access).