Induction vector variations in Japan
© V.I. Babak, T.A. Klimkovich, I.I. Rokityanskiy, A.V. Tereshyn
Recent results provide evidence for the existence of variations in induction vectors associated with geodynamic processes
including earthquakes and volcanic activity. We can suppose that earthquakes (EQ) and volcano eruption precursors have an
aperiodic temporal regime appearing once or several times before EQ. Data of processing of 3 components of geomagnetic
field in 17 Japanese observatories are presented by temporal sets of induction vector components. For 4 observatories near
to catastrophic Tohoku earthquake of 11.03.2011 the variations of induction vectors are presented.