The newest developments of load-unload response ratio (LURR)

Yin, Xiang-Chu, Zhang, Lang-Ping, Zhang, Yongxian, Peng, Keyin, Wang, Haitao, Song, Zhiping, Yu, Huaizhong, Zhang, Hui-Hui, Yin, Can and Wang, Yucang (2008) The newest developments of load-unload response ratio (LURR). Pure and Applied Geophysics, 165 3-4: 711-722. doi:10.1007/s00024-008-0314-z

Author Yin, Xiang-Chu
Zhang, Lang-Ping
Zhang, Yongxian
Peng, Keyin
Wang, Haitao
Song, Zhiping
Yu, Huaizhong
Zhang, Hui-Hui
Yin, Can
Wang, Yucang
Title The newest developments of load-unload response ratio (LURR)
Journal name Pure and Applied Geophysics   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0033-4553
Publication date 2008-04
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1007/s00024-008-0314-z
Volume 165
Issue 3-4
Start page 711
End page 722
Total pages 12
Place of publication Switzerland
Publisher Birkhaeuser Verlag AG
Language eng
Formatted abstract
The Load Unload Response Ratio (LURR) method is an intermediate-term earthquake prediction approach that has shown considerable promise. It is inspiring that its predictions using LURR have been improving. Since 2004 we have made a major breakthrough in intermediate-term earthquake forecasting of the strong earthquakes on the Chinese mainland using LURR and successfully predicted the Pakistan earthquake with magnitude M 7.6 on October 8, 2005. The causes for improving the prediction in terms of LURR have been
discussed in the present paper
Keyword LURR (Load Unload Response Ratio)
Lattice solid model
Earthquake Prediction
Chinese mainland
Pakistan earthquake
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: School of Mathematics and Physics
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