On the Statistical Significance of the Variability Minima of the Order Parameter of Seismicity by Means of Event Coincidence Analysis

Stavros Christopoulos, E.S. Skordas, N. V. Sarlis

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Natural time analysis has led to the introduction of an order parameter for seismicity when considering earthquakes as critical phenomena. The study of the fluctuations of this order parameter has shown that its variability exhibits minima before strong earthquakes. In this paper, we evaluate the statistical significance of such minima by using the recent method of event coincidence analysis. Our study includes the variability minima identified before major earthquakes in Japan and Eastern Mediterranean as well as in global seismicity.
Original languageEnglish
Article number662
Number of pages19
JournalApplied Sciences
Volume10
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Jan 2020

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Keywords

  • earthquake physics
  • natural time analysis
  • event coincidence analysis
  • Japan
  • Eastern Mediterranean
  • global seismicity

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On the Statistical Significance of the Variability Minima of the Order Parameter of Seismicity by Means of Event Coincidence Analysis. / Christopoulos, Stavros; Skordas, E.S.; Sarlis, N. V.

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