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  1. This paper aims to clarify the effect of high-density plasma in interplanetary coronal mass ejection (ICME) observed during the May 2–3, 1998 geomagnetic storm. The examination is performed based on the estima...

    Authors: Haruka Adachi, Tohru Sakurai and Katsuhide Marubashi
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 58:BF03351927
  2. Analyses of satellite radar imagery before and after the 2004 and 2005 Sumatra earthquakes reveal an overview of the uplift and submergence pattern of islands along the subduction zone and provide an outline o...

    Authors: Mikio Tobita, Hisashi Suito, Tetsuro Imakiire, Min Kato, Satoshi Fujiwara and Makoto Murakami
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 58:BF03351906
  3. As part of the 9th generation of the IGRF defined by IAGA, we proposed a candidate model for DGRF 1995 and two candidate models for DGRF 2000. These candidate models, the derivation of which is described in th...

    Authors: Nils Olsen, Frank Lowes and Terence J. Sabaka
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 57:BF03351903
  4. A simple method is proposed for constructing a space-time model of the main magnetic field based on the high-accuracy satellite survey data. At the first stage, we expand the CHAMP daily mean data into spheric...

    Authors: Vadim P. Golovkov, Tatiana I. Zvereva and Tatiana A. Chernova
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 57:BF03351900
  5. Following the call for candidates for the 10th generation IGRF, we produced and submitted three main field and three secular variation candidate models. The candidates are derived from parent models which use ...

    Authors: Stefan Maus, Susan McLean, David Dater, Hermann Lühr, Martin Rother, Wolfgang Mai and Sungchan Choi
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 57:BF03351898
  6. Authors: Susan Macmillan and Stefan Maus
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 57:BF03351895
  7. An exposed cross section of the tilted Tottabetsu plutonic complex allows direct evaluation of its original 2-D cross-sectional shape and pretilting vertical density variations in both the pluton and the count...

    Authors: Hiroyuki Kamiyama, Akihiko Yamamoto, Takeshi Hasegawa, Takanori Kajiwara and Toru Mogi
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 57:BF03351894
  8. Even one-step prediction of natural time series without delay especially in main phase of storm is difficult for many complicated time series such as Dst index. In this study, with a new method based on singular ...

    Authors: Javad Sharifi, Babak N. Araabi and Caro Lucas
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351929
  9. The 2004 Sumatra-Andaman tsunami flooded coastal northern Sumatra to a depth of over 20 m, deposited a discontinuous sheet of sand up to 80 cm thick, and left mud up to 5 km inland. In most places the sand she...

    Authors: Andrew Moore, Yuichi Nishimura, Guy Gelfenbaum, Takanobu Kamataki and Rahmat Triyono
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353385
  10. The tsunami heights from the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake were between 0.4 and 2.9 m along the Myanmar coast, according to our post tsunami survey at 22 sites in Ayeyarwaddy Delta and the Taninthayi coast. ...

    Authors: Kenji Satake, Than Tin Aung, Yuki Sawai, Yukinobu Okamura, Kyaw Soe Win, Win Swe, Chit Swe, Tint Lwin Swe, Soe Thura Tun, Maung Maung Soe, Thant Zin Oo and Saw Htwe Zaw
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353384
  11. Post-event field surveys were conducted and measurements were taken in Sri Lanka and Maldives about two weeks after the catastrophic Indian Ocean tsunami of 26 December 2004. The measurements taken were cross-...

    Authors: Gerassimos A. Papadopoulos, Riccardo Caputo, Brian McAdoo, Spyros Pavlides, Vassilios Karastathis, Anna Fokaefs, Katerina Orfanogiannaki and Sotiris Valkaniotis
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353383
  12. Tsunami accompanied with the Sumatra earthquake of 26 December 2004 affected many countries around the Indian Ocean. Thailand located approximately 500 km east of its source, was also severely suffered from th...

    Authors: Yoshinobu Tsuji, Yuichi Namegaya, Hiroyuki Matsumoto, Sin-Iti Iwasaki, Wattana Kanbua, Mongkonkorn Sriwichai and Vorawit Meesuk
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353382
  13. The Great Tsunami of 26 December 2004 is described using data from seven tide gauges in India and others from surrounding areas in the Indian Ocean. The tsunami struck the Indian east coast around 0330 UTC. Th...

    Authors: B. Nagarajan, I. Suresh, D. Sundar, R. Sharma, A. K. Lal, S. Neetu, S. S. C. Shenoi, S. R. Shetye and D. Shankar
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353380
  14. Rupture process of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake is estimated using tsunami waveforms observed at tide gauges and the coseismic vertical deformation observed along the coast. The average rupture speed of...

    Authors: Yuichiro Tanioka, Yudhicara, Tomohiro Kususose, S. Kathiroli, Yuichi Nishimura, Sin-Iti Iwasaki and Kenji Satake
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353379
  15. Satellite altimetry measurements of sea surface heights for the first-time captured the Indian Ocean tsunami generated from the December 2004 great Sumatra earthquake. Analysis of the sea surface height profil...

    Authors: Kenji Hirata, Kenji Satake, Yuichiro Tanioka, Tsurane Kuragano, Yohei Hasegawa, Yutaka Hayashi and Nobuo Hamada
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353378
  16. Associated with the 2004 earthquake off the west coast of northern Sumatra, changes in groundwater levels or pressures were observed at many observation stations in Japan which are more than 5000 km from the h...

    Authors: Yuichi Kitagawa, Naoji Koizumi, Makoto Takahashi, Norio Matsumoto and Tsutomu Sato
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353375
  17. Using the Total Electron Content (TEC) data recorded by the GPS receiver network, installed under the GPS and Geo Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) program, ionospheric electron content on the day of the great Suma...

    Authors: Ashish DasGupta, Aditi Das, Debrup Hui, Kalyan Kumar Bandyopadhyay and M. R. Sivaraman
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353374
  18. We report the response of the ionosphere to the large earthquake that occurred in West Sumatra, Indonesia, at 0058 UT on December 26, 2004. We have analyzed Global Positioning System (GPS) data obtained at two...

    Authors: Y. Otsuka, N. Kotake, T. Tsugawa, K. Shiokawa, T. Ogawa, Effendy, S. Saito, M. Kawamura, T. Maruyama, N. Hemmakorn and T. Komolmis
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353373
  19. The 26 December 2004 Sumatra-Andaman great earthquake had a −1500 km long rupture of more than 600 seconds duration, and may have involved a complex rupture process including slow slip. We processed Internatio...

    Authors: Yusaku Ohta, Irwan Meilano, Takeshi Sagiya, Fumiaki Kimata and Kazuro Hirahara
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353372
  20. Static coseismic offsets > 1 mm are observed up to 7800 km away from the great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake of 26 Dec. 2004 using global GPS network data. We investigate the rupture process based on far-field co...

    Authors: Corné Kreemer, Geoffrey Blewitt, William C. Hammond and Hans-Peter Plag
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353370
  21. We analyzed continuous GPS data from more than 20 sites in Asia, Australia and islands in Indian Ocean in order to detect crustal deformations associated with the Sumatra-Andaman earthquake of December 26, 200...

    Authors: Manabu Hashimoto, Nithiwatthn Choosakul, Michio Hashizume, Shuzo Takemoto, Hiroshi Takiguchi, Yoichi Fukuda and Kunio Fujimori
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353369
  22. A great earthquake of Mw9.0 (Harvard) occurred off of northwestern Sumatra on December 26, 2004 (UTC), causing an unprecedented tsunami disaster. An earthquake of Mw8.6 (Harvard) then occurred on March 28, 200...

    Authors: Kenji Kanjo, Tomomichi Furudate and Seiji Tsuboi
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353368
  23. We deployed an OBS network in February–March 2005 in the rupture area of the Sumatra Andaman earthquake on 26 December 2004. We placed 17 short-term OBSs and two long-term OBSs, and recovered OBSs after observ...

    Authors: Eiichiro Araki, Masanao Shinohara, Koichiro Obana, Tomoaki Yamada, Yoshiyuki Kaneda, Toshihiko Kanazawa and Kiyoshi Suyehiro
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353367
  24. The effect of the non-tidal ocean load (NTOL) and the continental water load (CWL) on crustal deformation are calculated for global satellite laser ranging (SLR) stations and on 4°×4° grids (only over the land...

    Authors: Hiroshi Takiguchi, Toshimichi Otsubo and Yoichi Fukuda
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353365
  25. In this letter, we investigate the effect of station distribution (including the number and azimuthal gap of stations) upon location error based on the field data observed at Northern California Seismic Networ...

    Authors: Ling Bai, Zhongliang Wu, Tianzhong Zhang and Ichiro Kawasaki
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03353364
  26. We simulate velocity records at two stations in the building damaged area near the Kego fault in Fukuoka City by 1-D wave propagation theory during the 2005 West Off Fukuoka Prefecture Earthquake, Japan. Here ...

    Authors: Toshimi Satoh and Hiroshi Kawase
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351922
  27. We estimated strong motion generation area (SMGA) source model which is responsible for broadband (0.2, 0.3–10 Hz) strong motions of the 2005 west off Fukuoka prefecture earthquake and its largest aftershock u...

    Authors: Wataru Suzuki and Tomotaka Iwata
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351921
  28. After the occurrence of the 20 March 2005 West Off Fukuoka Prefecture Earthquake (Mj 7.0), off-fault aftershocks occurred in and around Hakata bay adjacent to the main fault of the earthquake. The locations of th...

    Authors: Kazutoshi Imanishi, Yasuto Kuwahara and Yoshikatsu Haryu
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351918
  29. Near-source strong-motion records of the 2005 West Off Fukuoka Prefecture earthquake have two remarkable features. One is the presence of a relatively long period pulse with large amplitude on the fault-normal...

    Authors: Hiroshi Takenaka, Takeshi Nakamura, Yosuke Yamamoto, Genti Toyokuni and Hiroshi Kawase
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351917
  30. The 2005 west off Fukuoka prefecture earthquake (MJMA = 7.0) occurred on March 20, 2005 in northwest Kyusyu, Japan. The fault geometry and rupture propagation of the main shock are investigated by applying the ce...

    Authors: Yoshihiro Ito, Kazushige Obara, Tetsuya Takeda, Katsuhiko Shiomi, Takumi Matsumoto, Shoji Sekiguchia and Sadaki Hori
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351916
  31. The 2005 West Off Fukuoka Prefecture Earthquake with a Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) magnitude (MJMA) of 7.0 occurred on March 20, 2005. We determined moment tensor solutions, using a surface wave with an ext...

    Authors: Takumi Matsumoto, Yoshihiro Ito, Hirotoshi Matsubayashi and Shoji Sekiguchi
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351915
  32. We simultaneously inverted strong motion and 1-Hz GPS data recorded during the 2005 west off Fukuoka prefecture earthquake (MJMA 7.0) for its source process. The data at a GPS station near the source region provi...

    Authors: Reiji Kobayashi, Shin’ichi Miyazaki and Kazuki Koketsu
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351914
  33. On 20 March 2005, the Fukuoka-ken Seiho-oki (the 2005 West off Fukuoka Prefecture) earthquake (MJMA7.0) occurred in northern Kyushu, western Japan. We used coseismic deformation observed by GPS and InSAR to const...

    Authors: Takuya Nishimura, Satoshi Fujiwara, Makoto Murakami, Hisashi Suito, Mikio Tobita and Hiroshi Yarai
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351913
  34. We present a statistical study of the diurnal variation of the occurrence frequency of geomagnetic sudden commencements (SCs) observed at Kakioka (geomagnetic latitude, θ = 27.4°). SCs with an H-component ampl...

    Authors: T. Araki, K. Keika, T. Kamei, H. Yang and S. Alex
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351912
  35. We have investigated the rupture process of the 2005 West Off Fukuoka Prefecture earthquake by the multitime- window linear waveform inversion method using the strong ground motion data recorded at 11 K-NET an...

    Authors: Haruko Sekiguchi, Shin Aoi, Ryou Honda, Nobuyuki Morikawa, Takashi Kunugi and Hiroyuki Fujiwara
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351911
  36. Aeromagnetic analyses have been conducted in and around the Unzen Volcano, Kyushu, Japan, in order to reveal the subsurface structure of the Unzen graben. First, we applied a magnetization intensity mapping me...

    Authors: Ayako Okubo, Tadashi Nakatsuka, Yoshikazu Tanaka, Tsuneomi Kagiyama and Mitsuru Utsugi
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351909
  37. The MW 6.5 Chengkung earthquake occurred in eastern Taiwan at 04:38 UTC on 10 December 2003. The GPS data from eighteen continuously recording stations (CORS) and 86 campaign-surveyed stations (CSS) collected ...

    Authors: Horng-Yue Chen, Shui-Beih Yu, Long-Chen Kuo and Chi-Ching Liu
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351908

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