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Noise technologies and systems for minimization of economic damage from destructive earthquakes in the countries of seismically active regions

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  • Telman Aliyev
  • Telman Aliev, Ali Abbasov, Tofig Babayev, Gambar Quluyev, Fahrad Pashayev

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The necessity of creating a system of early warning of earthquakes early in order to minimize economic losses.The methodology is based on the use of robust noise technology to process seismic signals recorded in mothballed wells.The technology of processing seismic-acoustic information to create a system of advance notification of when earthquakes in the seismically active regions.

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  • Telman Aliyev & Telman Aliev, Ali Abbasov, Tofig Babayev, Gambar Quluyev, Fahrad Pashayev, 2013. "Noise technologies and systems for minimization of economic damage from destructive earthquakes in the countries of seismically active regions," International Conference on Energy, Regional Integration and Socio-economic Development 5888, EcoMod.
  • Handle: RePEc:ekd:005741:5888
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