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Special volume 60 (3): Statistical Mechanics in Earth Physics and Natural Hazards; Guest Editors: Filippos Vallianatos and Luciano Telesca


Vallianatos, F., Telesca, L.

Statistical Mechanics in Earth Physics and Natural Hazards. Preface to the Topical Issue

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Tsallis, C.

Nonadditive Entropy Sq and Nonextensive Statistical Mechanics: Applications in Geophysics and Elsewhere

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Sotolongo-Costa, O.

Non-Extensive Framework for Earthquakes: The Role of Fragments

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Celikoglu, A., Tirnakli, U.

Earthquakes, Model Systems and Connections to q-Statistics

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Abe, S., Suzuki, N.  

Aftershocks in Modern Perspectives: Complex Earthquake Network, Aging, and Non-Markovianity

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Bunde, A., Lennartz, S.  

Long-Term Correlations in Earth Sciences

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Donner, R.V., Donges, J.F.

Visibility Graph Analysis of Geophysical Time Series: Potentials and Possible Pitfalls

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Molchan, G.

On the Testing of Seismicity Models

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Lee, Y.-T., Turcotte, D.L., Rundle, J.B., Chen, C.-C.

A Statistical Damage Model with Implications for Precursory Seismicity

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Tárraga, M.  , De La Cruz-Reyna, S.  , Mendoza-Rosas, A.T.  , Carniel, R., Martínez-Bringas, A.  , García, A.  , Ortiz, R.  

Dynamical Parameter Analysis of Continuous Seismic Signals of Popocatépetl Volcano (Central Mexico): A Case of Tectonic Earthquakes Influencing Volcanic Activity

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Perugini, D., Kueppers, U.  

Fractal Analysis of Experimentally Generated Pyroclasts: A Tool for Volcanic Hazard Assessment

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Gallucci, M., Guillas, S.  , Vallianatos, F.  

Emulation of Simulated Earthquake Catalogues

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Chmel, A., Smirnov, V.  , Shcherbakov, I.  

Hierarchy of Non-Extensive Mechanical Processes in Fracturing Sea Ice

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Muñoz-Diosdado, A., Rudolf-Navarro, A.H.  , Angulo-Brown, F.  

Simulation and Properties of a Non-Homogeneous Spring-Block Earthquake Model with Asperities

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Vallianatos, F.  , Michas, G., Papadakis, G.  , Sammonds, P.  

A Non-Extensive Statistical Physics View to the Spatiotemporal Properties of the June 1995, Aigion Earthquake (M6.2) Aftershock Sequence (West Corinth Rift, Greece)

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Li, H.-C.  , Chen, C.-C.

Ergodicity Examined by the Thirumalai–Mountain Metric for Taiwanese Seismicity

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Gospodinov, D., Marinov, A., Marekova, E.

Testing Fractal Coefficients Sensitivity on Real and Simulated Earthquake Data

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Matcharashvili, T., Chelidze, T.  , Javakhishvili, Z.  , Jorjiashvili, N.  , Zhukova, N.  

Scaling Features of Ambient Noise at Different Levels of Local Seismic Activity: A Case Study for the Oni Seismic Station

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Valverde-Esparza, S.M.  , Ramírez-Rojas, A., Flores-Márquez, E.L.  , Telesca, L.  

Non-Extensivity Analysis of Seismicity within Four Subduction Regions in Mexico

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Czechowski, Z., Białecki, M.

Ito Equations out of Domino Cellular Automaton with Efficiency Parameters

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Marekova, E.

Testing a Scaling Law for the Earthquake Recurrence Time Distributions

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Ryabinin, G.V., Gavrilov, V.A., Polyakov, Y.S., Timashev, S.F.

Cross-Correlation Earthquake Precursors in the Hydrogeochemical and Geoacoustic Signals for the Kamchatka Peninsula

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Vallianatos, F., Nardi, A.  , Carluccio, R.  , Chiappini, M.  

Experimental Evidence of a Non-Extensive Statistical Physics Behavior of Electromagnetic Signals Emitted from Rocks Under Stress up to Fracture. Preliminary Results

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Gálvez-Coyt, G.  , Muñoz-Diosdado, A., Peralta, J.A.  , Balderas-López, J.A.  , Angulo-Brown, F.  

Parameters of Higuchi’s Method to Characterize Primary Waves in Some Seismograms from the Mexican Subduction Zone

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Varlamov, A.  , Smirnova, N., Hayakawa, M., Yumoto, K.

Fractal Characteristics of the ULF Emissions Along a Meridian Profile, Based on the 210 MM Stations Data

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Spichak, V.V.

Evaluation of the Feasibility of Recovering the Magma Chamber’s Parameters by 3D Bayesian Statistical Inversion of Synthetic MT Data

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Alexakis, D.D., Agapiou, A., Hadjimitsis, D.G., Retalis, A.

Optimizing Statistical Classification Accuracy of Satellite Remotely Sensed Imagery for Supporting Fast Flood Hydrological Analysis

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