3 edition of Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica, 1975 found in the catalog.
Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica, 1975
|Series||JARE data reports ;, no. 38 :, Seismology, JARE data reports ;, no. 38.|
|LC Classifications||QE532.S96 K36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||81466075|
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Seismological Bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica カミヌマ カツタダ, Katsutada KAMINUMA JARE data reports. Seismology = JARE data. Seismic observations at Syowa Station (°S, °E), East Antarctica, began in using a short-period seismometer with a natural period of s (Eto, ).
Ina long-period seismograph was installed, and phase readings of teleseismic events (i.e., the detection of. Seismological Bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica By カミヌマ カツタダ and Katsutada 1975 book. Publisher: National Institute of Polar ResearchAuthor: カミヌマ カツタダ and Katsutada KAMINUMA.
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, Antarctica 1.
JARE Data Reports, No. (Seismology 50), November Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station 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.
Antarctica Midori-cho, Tachikawa, Tokyo. Phase identification procedures for teleseismic events at Syowa Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station (°S, °E; SYO), East Antarctica have been carried out since after the International Geophysical Year (IGY; ).
Since the development of INTELSAT telecommunication link, digital waveform data have been 1975 book to the National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR) for Antarctica utilization of Cited by: 4.
A Japanese Antarctic Station Syowa (69°S, 39°E) was 1975 book 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.
JARE DAT A REPORTS No. 4 (Seismology 1) Seismological bulletin of Syowa tica, and March No. 6 (Seismology 2) Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica, March Trifunac, M.D. and Brady, A.G. () On the correlation of seismic intensity scales with the peaks of recorded strong ground motion.
Bulletin of the Seismological. The Indian Ocean tsunami reached Syowa Station, Antarctica, approximately hr after the December Sumatra–Andaman earthquake. We 1975 book analyzed the Antarctica signals recorded on ocean-bottom pressure gauges, Antarctica seismometers (sts-1), and a superconducting gravimeter (sg).We calculated the sea level variation, tilt, and gravity changes induced by the Cited by: Read Volume 65 Issue 3 of Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.
In Aprilan infrasound observation was started at Japanese Syowa Station (SYO; 69°S, 39°E; Fig. 2), East Antarctica, as one of the endorsed projects of IPY. This region has been the target of multidisciplinary scientific studies for the past several decades (Kanao et al.,Tsunogae and Shimizu, ).Cited by: Seismicity 1975 book the Antarctic and surrounding ocean is evaluated based Antarctica the compiling data by the International Seismological Centre (ISC).
The Antarctic continent and surrounding ocean have been believed to be one of the aseismic regions of the Earth for many decades. However, according to Antarctica development of Global Seismic Networks and Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station seismic arrays, the Cited by: 3.
Teleseismic Relocation and Assessment of Seismicity (–) in the Region of the M w Sumatra–Andaman and M w Nias Island 1975 book Earthquakes. Kanao M () Seismological bulletin of Syowa Station, Antarctica, JARE Data Rep Antarctica 33), pp 1–65 Google Scholar Kanao M, Kaminuma K () Detection capability of earthquakes recorded at Syowa Station, Antarctica, from to Cited by: PDF | OnMasaki Kanao and others published Seismological Studies on the Deep Interiors of the Earth Viewed from the Polar Region | Find, read and cite.
Seismic bulletin data from Syowa Station (S, E, SYO), Antarctica represent an excellent example of these long term contributions (Kanao, ). Jointly with the National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the ISC runs the International Seismic Station by: 5.
Loading and Gravitational Effects of the Indian Ocean Tsunami at Syowa Station, Antarctica Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 97(1A) M. Baer and U.
Kradolfer, “An Automatic Phase Picker for Local and Teleseismic Events,” Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, Vol.
77, No. 4,pp. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: A Wavelet Transform Method to Detect P and S-Phases in Three Component Seismic Data. Fig. Syowa Station (red circle) is located on East Ongul Island, Antarctica.
The station had two types of seismographs in One is called HES (natural frequency ~ 1 s, damping factor h = ) of three components, which recorded Vela incident related signals generated at the Prince Edward Islands region (black circle).
A route for repeat leveling survey was established around Syowa Station (69° S 39° E), East Ongul Island, Antarctica in and The leveling measurements were repeated in Author: Katsutada Kaminuma.
The data from the Bulletin of the International Seismological Centre (ISC) have always been and still remain in demand for a wide range of studies in Geosciences. The unique features of the Bulletin include long-term coverage (present), the most comprehensive set of included seismic data from the majority of permanent seismic networks at any given time in Cited by: 6.
In this study, we evaluate the annual variation in teleseismic detection capability at Syowa Station (°S, °E) located in East Antarctica. The annual variation in teleseismic detection capability at Syowa Station, East Antarctica, was evaluated by quantitative analysis (Iwata and Kanao, ). A statistical model of a magnitude–frequency distribution of earthquakes was introduced which covers the entire magnitude by: 6.
Estimation of temporal variation in detection capability using a Bayesian approach Analysis for the original earthquake sequence. As briefly mentioned in the preceding section, the parameter μ is the most relevant to earthquake detection capability. Thus, we estimated the temporal variation in μ to evaluate the variability in the detection by: 4.
The annual variation in teleseismic detection capability at Syowa Station, Antarctica: a statistical analysis considering the effect of air temperature (in Japanese), Chikyu Monthly, Vol, No.9, pp, September Seismological observations at Syowa Station began since by the 3rd JARE (JARE-3) as one of the monitoring stations in the Antarctic within the global observation network.
In this regard, the seismic observations, similar to the other long-term observations such as meteorological and aurora research, have been carried out over the : Masaki Kanao. Introduction. The history of the superconducting gravimeter at Syowa Station will be explained. Continuous observation of gravity using superconducting gravimeter at Syowa Station, Antarctica was first started in (TT # 16).Sinceit has been upgraded to a second generation small superconducting gravimeter equipped with 4 K GM refrigerator (CT # ) Cited by: 1.
Nakanishi S () Ecological studies of the moss and lichen communities in the ice-free areas near Syowa Station, Antarctica. Antarct Rec –96 Google Scholar Nakatsubo T, Ino Y () Nitrogen cycling in an Antarctic ecosystem.
1: Biological nitrogen fixation in the vicinity of Syowa by: PDF | The data from the Bulletin of the International Seismological Centre (ISC) have always been and still remain in demand for a wide range of studies | Find, read and cite all the research.
Report of the Japanese traverse Syowa-South Pole, by Masayoshi Murayama (Book) Bibliography of reports: Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition by Kyokuchi Kenkyū Sentā (Japan) (Book). 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 Marcha total number of 82 seismic tremors and 66 ice-quakes were identified in both three-component.
Seismological Research Letters, 81, p M Kanao, A Maggi, Y Ishihara, E Stutzmann, M Yamamoto, G Toyokuni, Characteristic atmosphere-ocean-solid Earth interactions in the Antarctic coastal and marine environment inferred from seismic and infrasound recording at Syowa Station, East Antarctica.
The Indian Ocean Tsunami reached Syowa Station, Antarctica, in approximately hours after the Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake.
We have analyzed the tsunami records of the tide gauge, including the superconducting gravimeter (SG) at the by: 1. The distribution of secondary minerals and evaporites at Lake Vanda, Victoria Land, Antarctica, p.
45–59 in Torii, T. (editor), Geochemical and Geophysical Studies of Dry Valleys, Victoria Land in Antarctica, Memoirs of National Institute of Polar Research, Special Issue 4, Tokyo. Buy The Observation of Earthquakes,Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, Volume 1, Number 2: pages on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: H.
Wood. A gravity survey was conducted along the Mizuho traverse routes in austral summer of by the 41st Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE).
The main purpose of the survey was to obtain detail gravity anomaly along the traverse routes, where deep seismic exploration was simultaneously conducted in order to obtain a fine crustal structure of the Mizuho by: 1.
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