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Research article
21 Jan 2013
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This discussion paper is a preprint. It has been under review for the journal Earth System Dynamics (ESD). The revised manuscript was not accepted.
Radon monitoring as a possible indicator of tectonic events
V. I. Outkin1, I. A. Kozlova1, A. K. Yurkov1, P. K. Dutta2, O. P. Mishra3,4, and M. K. Naskar2 1Institute of geophysics, Ekaterinburg, Amundsen Str. 100, 620016 Yekaterinburg, Russia
2Electronics and Tele-Communication Dept. Jadavpur University, 700032 Kolkata, West Bengal, India
3SAARC Disaster Management Centre (SDMC), IIPA Campus, Ring Road Delhi, 110002 Delhi, India
4Geo-seismology Division, Geological Survey of India (CHQ), Kolkata, India
Abstract. The proposed work describes research into the behavior of radon (VAR-volume activity of radon) excreted from the array. Radon migration and its selection from the array depends on the porosity, permeability and fractures in the array. A drastic change in the strength of an array and reset the elastic stresses by external forces (earthquake) occurs when certain changes in the structure of the array as the compressive and tensile strength of the array.

Citation: Outkin, V. I., Kozlova, I. A., Yurkov, A. K., Dutta, P. K., Mishra, O. P., and Naskar, M. K.: Radon monitoring as a possible indicator of tectonic events, Earth Syst. Dynam. Discuss.,, 2013.
V. I. Outkin et al.
V. I. Outkin et al.


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