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Information technologies for predicting natural catastrophes, ecological calamities, and technogenic emergencies based on OKO global monitoring system

A.I. Savin$^1$, V.N. Strakhov$^2$, S.M. Bolotov$^1$, V.G. Bondur$^1$, K.A. Vlasko-Vlasov$^1$, G.V. Givishvili$^3$, V.N. Malyutin$^1$, Yu.A. Pirogov$^4$

Moscow University Physics Bulletin 1998. 53. N 4. P. 47

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Radiophysical methods for monitoring heliogeophysical and seismic conditions are used for creating a real-time information support of high-reliability shortterm prediction of the location and time of very strong earthquakes, detection of high-power underground and atmospheric nuclear explosions, and prediction of short-wave radio signal propagation conditions determining the performance of communication and radar systems.

Rissian citation:
A.И. Сaвин, В.Н. Стpaхов, С.М. Болотов, В.Г. Бондуp, К.A. Влaско-Влaсов, Г.В. Гивишвили, В.Н.Мaлютин, Ю.A. Пиpогов.
Инфоpмaционные технологии для пpогнозов пpиpодных кaтaстpоф, экологических бедствий и техногенных aвapий нa основе сpедств системы глобaльного нaблюдения "ОКО".
Вестн. Моск. ун-та. Сер. 3. Физ. Астрон. 1998. № 4. С. 41.
Authors
A.I. Savin$^1$, V.N. Strakhov$^2$, S.M. Bolotov$^1$, V.G. Bondur$^1$, K.A. Vlasko-Vlasov$^1$, G.V. Givishvili$^3$, V.N. Malyutin$^1$, Yu.A. Pirogov$^4$
$^1$KOMETA Central Research Institute
$^2$Joint Institute of Geophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences
$^3$Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere, and Radiowave Propagation, Russian Academy of Sciences
$^4$Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University, Leninskie Gory, Moscow, 119992, Russia
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