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Earthquake early warning: Concepts, methods and physical grounds

Satriano, Claudio and Wu, Yih-Min and Zollo, Aldo and Kanamori, Hiroo (2011) Earthquake early warning: Concepts, methods and physical grounds. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 31 (2). pp. 106-118. ISSN 0267-7261. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20110303-113642260

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Abstract

Modern technology allows real-time seismic monitoring facilities to evolve into earthquake early warning (EEW) systems, capable of reducing deaths, injuries, and economic losses, as well as of speeding up rescue response and damage recovery. The objective of an EEW system is to estimate in a fast and reliable way the earthquake’s damage potential, before the strong shaking hits a given target. The necessary framework for EEW implementation is provided by the observed relationships between different parameters measured on the signal onsets and the final earthquake size. The implication of these observations on the physics of fracture processes has given rise to a significant debate in the seismological community. Currently, EEW systems are implemented or under testing in many countries of the world, and different methodologies and procedures have been studied and developed. The leading experience of countries like Japan or Mexico shows that, with a proper education of population and end-users, and with the design of real-time systems for the reduction of vulnerability/exposure, EEW can be an effective approach to the mitigation of the seismic risk at short time-scales.


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Additional Information:© 2010 Elsevier Ltd. Received 22 October 2009; revised 10 July 2010; accepted 20 July 2010. Available online 9 September 2010. This research was supported by the Italian DPC-S5 project and by the National Science Council of the Republic of China. This work was partially funded by AMRA scarl through the EU-SAFER project (Contract 036935). We thank Maria Lancieri for useful discussion and helpful comments.
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AMRA scarl through the EU-SAFER project036935
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Official Citation:Claudio Satriano, Yih-Min Wu, Aldo Zollo, Hiroo Kanamori, Earthquake early warning: Concepts, methods and physical grounds, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Volume 31, Issue 2, Prospects and applications of earthquake early warning, real-time risk management, rapid response and loss mitigation, February 2011, Pages 106-118, ISSN 0267-7261, DOI: 10.1016/j.soildyn.2010.07.007. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6V4Y-51066MX-1/2/b4ae8eb8c4cfc99b402f5744bff8c79d)
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