V. N. Uvarov, G. I. Drushin, and D. V. Sannikov
Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Radio Wave Propagation FEB RAS, Kamchatka, Elizovsky district, v. Paratunka, str. Mirnaya 7, 684034, Russia
Received: 21 Dec 2010 – Accepted for review: 11 Feb 2011 – Discussion started: 01 Apr 2011
Abstract. A method of registration and allocation of the nearest located sources of natural electromagnetic radiation is developed. Most likely, these sourses in seismically active regions originate from lithisperes. A short description of this method is given. We have carried out a field experiment in the region with small levels of technical noise and high levels of micro-seismic activity (Kamchatka, r. Karimschyna). A number of fragments of the received data are analysed. A large variety of registered signals are shown. It is shown that the most probable source of these signals has lithospheres origin.
Uvarov, V. N., Drushin, G. I., and Sannikov, D. V.: Electromagnetic signals of crust creep motion, Solid Earth Discuss., 3, 335-354, doi:10.5194/sed-3-335-2011, 2011.