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On the origin of stable IR anomalies detected by satellites above seismo-active regions

Abstract : A number of experimental evidences have recently been obtained for existence of stable anomalies of infra-red outgoing Earth radiation in seismo-active regions, basically by using NOAA-series satellite data. A theoretical model for temperature enhancement of the ground surface layer in the vicinity of fault system of the Earth’s crust is developed. It is assumed that a tectonic stress in this area results in a water squeezing-out from the higher depths towards the Earth’s surface. A convection mechanism of rock warming by groundwater upward filtrating is considered as a possible reason for stable temperature anomalies arising near the fault interception. According to this model the fluid filtrates upwards from the higher depth to the Earth’s surface to provide a
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V.V. Surkov, O.A. Pokhotelov, Michel Parrot, M. Hayakawa. On the origin of stable IR anomalies detected by satellites above seismo-active regions. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, Elsevier, 2006, 31 (4-9), pp.164-171. ⟨10.1016/j.pce.2006.02.020⟩. ⟨insu-03218955⟩

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