alexa Long-Memory and Fractal Traces in KHz-MHz Electromagnetic Time Series Prior to the ML=6.1, 12/6/2007 Lesvos, Greece Earthquake: Investigation through DFA and Time-Evolving Spectral Fractals| Abstract
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  • J Earth Sci Clim Change,
  • DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000465

Long-Memory and Fractal Traces in KHz-MHz Electromagnetic Time Series Prior to the ML=6.1, 12/6/2007 Lesvos, Greece Earthquake: Investigation through DFA and Time-Evolving Spectral Fractals

Nikolopoulos D1*, Panayiotis H1, Ermioni P1, Demetrios C2 and Constantinos N3
1Department of Electronic Computer Systems Engineering, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences (TEI of Piraeus), , Petrou Ralli and Thivon, Aigaleo, Greece
2Department of Automation Engineering, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences (TEI of Piraeus), , Greece
3Department of Electronic Engineering, TEI of Athens, Agiou Spyridonos, Aigaleo, , Greece
*Corresponding Author : Nikolopoulos D, Department of Electronic Computer Systems Engineering, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences (TEI of Piraeus), Petrou Ralli And Thivon, Aigaleo, Greece, Tel: +0030-210-5381560, Email: [email protected]

Received Date: Apr 04, 2018 / Accepted Date: Apr 16, 2018 / Published Date: Apr 24, 2018

Abstract

This paper presents evidence of long-lasting and chaotic trends in one-month kHz-MHz electromagnetic disturbances collected prior to a ML=6.1 shallow earthquake (June 12, 2017, 12:28:38 GMT, 38.84° N/26.36° E, 12 km deep, 37.5 km SSE of Mytilene town, Lesvos island, Greece) recorded by a telemetric ground station (39.23° N/26.27° E) located only 44 km away from the earthquake's epicenter. All analyzed earthquake occurrences (4.0 ≤ ML< 6.1) formed tight groups in both time and space which is significant for the investigation. The analysis is implemented via detailed timeevolving sliding-window two-slope DFA and power-law analysis of 4096 samples per window allowing hidden, potentially precursory, pre-earthquake trends to emerge. The classical two-exponent DFA results support the aspect of possible pre-earthquake activity 10-12 days prior to the ML=6.1 earthquake, for the 3-10 kHz antennas (both EW-NS orientations) and the 41-46 MHz ones, by simultaneously presenting a sudden increase of a parameter calculated from the two DFA exponent data. The time evolution of the power-law fractal-analysis data indicates activity 12-13 prior to the event, however, only for the 3 kHz antennas. Hurst exponents calculated in various analysis segments indicate persistency during the main pre-earthquake activity as well as persistency-anti-persistency changes. Potential pre-seismic activity prior to two other earthquakes of ML=5.0 and ML=4.6 is investigated and discussed. The precursory activity of reported time-series is discussed.

Keywords: Fractals; DFA; Spectral fractal analysis; Fractal dimension; Radon in soil; Earthquakes

Citation: Nikolopoulos D, Panayiotis H, Ermioni P, Demetrios C, Constantinos N (2018) Long-Memory and Fractal Traces in KHz-MHz Electromagnetic Time Series Prior to the ML=6.1, 12/6/2007 Lesvos, Greece Earthquake: Investigation through DFA and Time-Evolving Spectral Fractals. J Earth Sci Clim Change 9: 465. Doi: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000465

Copyright: © 2018 Nikolopoulos D, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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