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Issue in Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (PCE)
(Possible Guest Editors: M. Hayakawa, J. Y. Liu, L. Telesca, and
finally had an agreement with the journal of PCE to have a special
issue entitled “Electromagnetic phenomena associated with
earthquakes and volcanoes”. We welcome the papers only presented
in the following international meetings, (1) AOGS (in Bangkok)
(Session IWG03), (2) IWSEP 2007 (in Indonesia) and (3) Bilateral
Seminar Italy-Japan on Electromagnetics in Seismic and Volcanic
Areas. The deadline of your submission is the end of January,
2008, and we will inform you of the details on your submission
later (i. e. electronic submission?). We advise you to start preparation
of your paper. In order to know how many papers will be submitted,
we shall be happy if you could give us your reply or your intension
on the paper submission by the end of November (this month) only
when you want to submit it: Possible title and possible authors.
You should send your reply to the following both
(1) M. Hayakawa email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(2) K. Hattori email: email@example.com
forward to your prompt reply, we remain. We do hope that we could
publish our special issue by the end of next year.
great efforts, the short-term earthquake prediction has not been
achieved in the world. The electromagnetic anomalies related to
earthquakes have been reported recently. In the last fifteen years,
an international intensive research in the new science field of
seismo-electromagnetics has been carried out in many countries
such as Japan, Russia, Taiwan, China, Greece, France, Italy, India,
Mexico, and USA even after the termination of the Japanese Earthquake
Frontier Projects on Seismo Electromagnetics (NASDA’s Earthquake
Remote Sensing Frontier Project, and RIKEN’s International
Frontier Research Project on Earthquakes, IFREQ).
The aim of this mini workshop is to have a forum to
highlight the electromagnetic phenomena associated with crustal
activity taking place in the lithosphere, atmosphere and ionosphere/magnetosphere
and their related phenomena. The seminar is planned to evaluate
and discuss the state of the art and the recent progress in Seismo-Electromagnetics
research, particularly in Japan and Italy.
based earthquake/volcano-related phenomena
worshop is supported by
Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
Research Council (CNR)
of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis, CNR, Italy.
Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
R&D Committee on Electromagnetic Technology for forecasting
and Monitoring Natural Hazards, Institute Electrical Engineering
of the seminar will be scientists and students interested in this
field. Persons who are from the industry are also welcome. All
participants are subject to register in advance to the Chairman
of the workshop through e-mail or fax as written in the following.
This seminar is free of charge.
Department of Earth Sciences
1-33, Yayoi-cho, Inage, Chiba 263-8522, Japan
Dr. Luciano Telesca
Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis (IMAA)
— Italian National Research Council (CNR)
C.da S. Loja - Zona Industriale, I-85050, Tito Scalo (PZ),