Global Seismic Nowcasting With Shannon Information Entropy

Rundle, J., A. Giguere, D. L. Turcotte, J. P. Crutchfield, and A. Donnellan (2019), Global Seismic Nowcasting With Shannon Information Entropy, Earth and Space Science, 6, 1-7, doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.74.021123).

Seismic nowcasting uses counts of small earthquakes as proxy data to estimate the current dynamical state of an earthquake fault system. The result is an earthquake potential score that characterizes the current state of progress of a defined geographic region through its nominal earthquake “cycle.” The count of small earthquakes since the last large earthquake is the natural time that has elapsed

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