Some results of tectonomagnetic monitoring in the epicentral zone of the M7.5 Altay earthquake, September 27, 2003

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P. G. Djadkov
O. A. Mikheev
M. I. Minenko
O. A. Sobolev

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We report tectonomagnetic results from the epicentral area of the 27 September 2003 Ms=7.5 earthquake in the
Altay mountains, southern West Siberia. The results were obtained in the first three survey campaigns in early
October 2003, late November 2003, and latest May-early June 2004 using an array of one continuous-measurement
station and fifteen repeated-survey sites. Changes in total geomagnetic field associated with seismic activity
were mostly of regional scale and usually did not exceed 1.5 nT. The M=4.5 aftershock of 31 May 2004 was
accompanied by an anomaly of 1-2 nT. The location of the anomaly within highly magnetic rocks can be evidence
of its piezomagnetic origin.

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Djadkov PG, Mikheev OA, Minenko MI, Sobolev OA. Some results of tectonomagnetic monitoring in the epicentral zone of the M7.5 Altay earthquake, September 27, 2003. Ann. Geophys. [Internet]. 2007Dec.25 [cited 2022Jul.7];50(1). Available from: https://www.annalsofgeophysics.eu/index.php/annals/article/view/3085
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