Report of CCEP

Report Vol.54

1-1 Recent seismic activity in and around the Hokkaido District (November, 1994 April, 1995) (JMA) PDF[148KB]
1-2 Recent Seismic Activity in and around Hokkaido (November, 1994 April, 1995) PDF[230KB]
1-3 Seismic activity in the northern part of the Tokachi region (January-April, 1995) (JMA) PDF[139KB]
1-4 Seismici Activities in Eastern Volcanic Region, Hokkaido (November, 1994-April, 1995) (Hokkaido Univ.) PDF[297KB]
1-5 The Hokkaido-Toho- Oki Earthquake, 1994 (M8.1) -Aftershock sequence- (JMA) PDF[91KB]
1-6 Spatial Distribution of Aftershocks of the Hokkaido Toho Oki Earthquake (Hokkaido Univ.) PDF[142KB]
1-7 Grustal Movements in the Hokkaido District (GSI) PDF[205KB]
1-8 Subsurface Electric Field Changes Related to the 1994 Great Hokkaido Toho Oki Earthquake (NIED) (CRL) PDF[194KB]
2-1 Recent seismic activity in northern Japan (2) (Kiyoo Mogi) PDF[103KB]
2-2 Recent Seismic Activity in and around the Tohoku District (JMA) PDF[139KB]
2-3 MicroearthquakeActivity in and around the Tohoku District (November, 1994 April, 1995) (Tohoku Univ.) PDF[907KB]
2-4 On the recent seismic activity west off the Tohoku District (Tohoku Univ.) PDF[217KB]
2-5 The 1994 Far Off Sanriku Earthquake (December, 28, MT. 5) (JMA) PDF[259KB]
2-6 Aftershock activity of the 1994 Far Off Sanriku Earthquake observed by a microearthquake observation network (Tohoku Univ.) PDF[382KB]
2-7 Aftershock distribution of the. 1994 Far Off Sanriku Earthquake revealed by ocean bottom seismographic Observation (Hokkaido Univ.) (Tohoku Univ.) (Tokyo Univ.) (ERI) (ORI) (JMA) PDF[127KB]
2-8 Faulting Process of the 1994 Far East Off Sanriku Earthquake Inferred from GPS-Observation (Tohoku Univ.) PDF[231KB]
2-9 The Earthquakes in the Western Part of Fukushima Prefecture (December, 1994) (JMA) PDF[160KB]
2-10 On the M6.0 event in the northern part of Niigata Prefecture on April 1,1995 (Tohoku Univ.) PDF[203KB]
2-11 On the earthquake in the northern Niigata Prefecture (April 1,1995, M6.0) (JMA) PDF[223KB]
2-12 Niigataken Hokubu Earthquake (M6.0) on April 1,1995 and the Hokushin-estu seismic zone (MRI) PDF[141KB]
2-13 Disaster caused by the earthquake at northern Niigata of April 1,1995 (GS) PDF[156KB]
2-14 Position variation of the Mizusawa VLBI station (NAOM) PDF[108KB]
2-15 Crustal Movements in the Tohoku District (GSI) PDF[241KB]
2-16 Continuous Observations of Crustal Movements at the Esashi Earth Tides Station (NAOM) PDF[228KB]
2-17 Continuous Observation of Crustal Deformation in Tohoku District (Tohoku Univ.) PDF[410KB]
2-18 Contiuous observation of Strain and tilt at Yahiko crustal deformaton Observatory in the period from January, 1990 to July, 1994 (ERI) PDF[127KB]
2-19 Contiuous observation of Strain and tilt at Yahiko crustal deformaton Observatory in the period from August, 1994 to April, 1995 (ERI) PDF[75KB]
2-20 Change in Groundwater due to the M6.0 Earthquake That Occurred in the Northen Niigata Prefecture on. April 1,1995 (ERL) PDF[50KB]
2-21 Submarine topography near hypocentral region of the 1994 Sandku- Haruka-Oki Earthquake (HD) PDF[857KB]
3-1 Seismic Activities in the Kanto Koshinetu District (November, 1994- January, 1995) (ERI) PDF[490KB]
3-2 Seismic Activities in the Kanto-Koshinetu District (February, 1995 April, 1995) (ERI) PDF[544KB]
3-3 Recent Seismic Activities in the Kanto Tokai Area (November, 1994-April, 1995) (NIED) PDF[229KB]
3-4 Seismic Activity in the Kanto and Chubu Districts and adjacent area (November, 1994-April, 1995) (JMA) PDF[257KB]
3-5 An earthquake of 1995/3/23 occurred at SW Ibaraki Prefecture (M5.2) (NIED) PDF[237KB]
3-6 A shallow earthquake occurred at boundary of Tokyo Metropolis and Saitama Prefecture (NIED) PDF[293KB]
3-7 Crustal Movements in the Kanto District (GSI) PDF[600KB]
3-8 Crustal Movements Observed by Kanto Tokai GPS Fixed Point Network (June, 1993-December, 1994) (NIED) PDF[157KB]
3-9 Stationary GPS Observation in the Extended Tokyo Metropolitan Ares (No. 5) (ERI) PDF[227KB]
3-10 Recent Results of Continuous Crustal Tilt Observation in the Kanto-Tokai Area (November, 1994-April, 1995) (NIED) PDF[386KB]
3-11 Results of Continuous Observation by Three Component Strainmeters and IBOSes in Kanto District (from Octover, 1994 to April, 1995) (NIED) PDF[244KB]
3-12 Variation in Earth Resistivity at Aburatsubo (April, 1994 April, 1995) (ERI) PDF[333KB]
3-13 The 1993 Seismic Refraction Experiment in northern Kanto (Shimogo Kiryu Profile) (RGES) PDF[269KB]
4-1 Seismic Activities in the Izu Peninsula and its Vicinity (November, 1994 January, 1995) (ERI) PDF[359KB]
4-2 Seismic Activities in the Izu Peninsula and its Vicinity (February, 1995 April, 1995) (ERI) PDF[287KB]
4-3 Seismic Activity in and around the Izu Peninsula (November, 1994 April, 1995) (JMA) PDF[551KB]
4-4 Crustal Movements in the Izu Islands (G SI) PDF[196KB]
4-5 Horizontal Displacements at Kozujima Detected by GPS Observations (1991- 1994) (Nagoya Univ.) (Shizuoka Univ.) (Kochi Univ.) (ORI) PDF[137KB]
4-6 Crustal Movements in the Izu Peninsula (GSI) PDF[187KB]
4-7 Vertical Movemennts in the Izu Peninsula (1980-1993) (ERI) PDF[158KB]
4-8 Recent tilt changes at Mt. Fuji (NIED) PDF[287KB]
4-9 Results from Monitoring Chains of Crustal Activities in Kinki District and from Observations at the Izu Peninsula (Tentative Values) (November, 1994 April, 1995) (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[216KB]
4-10 Observations of the Electric and Magnetic Fields in the Izu Peninsula (4) (Tokyo Inst. Tech.) (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[186KB]
4-11 The Variation of the Radon Concentration and Discharge Rate in Groundwater Observed by the Telemetering System in Izu Peninsula, Central Japan (1994) (13) (GS) PDF[113KB]
5-1 Seismic Activity in the Tokai and Southern Kanto Districts (November, 1994-April, 1995) (JMA) PDF[420KB]
5-2 On the Change of Seismic Activity in the Tokai District (May, 1990 May, 1995) (JMA) PDF[135KB]
5-3 Distribution of Microearthquakes in Tokai District (Nov. 1,1994-Apr. 30,1995) (Nagoya Univ.) PDF[185KB]
5-4 On the earthquake in the northern Suruga Bay (April 18,1995, MS. 1) (JMA) PDF[192KB]
5-5 The Earthquake in the Northern Part of Suruga Bay (april 18,1995) (NIED) PDF[207KB]
5-6 Focal mechanism of the earthquake at northern Suruga Bay (1995/4/18) and the tectonic stress (NIED) PDF[189KB]
5-7 Continuous Observation of Crustal Strains in the Tokai District (The Period from January, 1994 to May, 1995.) (Nagoya Univ.) PDF[191KB]
5-8 GPS Observations around Sagami Bay (February, 1990-May, 1995) (HD) PDF[199KB]
5-9 Horizontal Displacements at Shizuoka University Station inthe Surugawan Hokubu Earthquake (Apr. 18,1995) Detected by GPS Observations (Nagoya Univ.) (Shizuoka Univ.) PDF[101KB]
5-10 Crustal deformation around Suruga Bay detected by GPS measurement (Shizuoka Univ.) (Nagoya Univ.) (ERI) PDF[157KB]
5-11 Recent subsidence in the Tokai district and the west coast of the Izu peninsula (ERI) PDF[171KB]
5-12 Crustal Movements in the Tokai District (GSI) PDF[546KB]
5-13 13 Observations o-f the Crustal Tilts at Sagara and Kamisaka Stations in Shizuoka Prefecture (XIII) (Shizuoka Univ, ) PDF[150KB]
5-14 Crustal Movement Observation in the Fuji River and the Suruga Bay Area (Preliminary Report) (ERI) PDF[252KB]
5-15 Crustal Movement Observation in the Fuji River and the Suruga Bay Area (Part 19) (ERI) PDF[249KB]
5-16 Observation of Crustal Strains by the Borehole Strainmeters in the Tokai and Southern Kanto Districts (November, 1994 April, 1995) (JMA) PDF[228KB]
5-17 Observations on Time Changes of Gravity at Shizuoka and Omaezaki (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[245KB]
5-18 The Variation of the Groundwater Level, Discharge Rate and Radon Concentration Observed by Telemetering System in the Eastern Tokai District, Central Japan (1994) (13) (GS) PDF[186KB]
5-19 Analysis of ground water level at Haibara and Kusanagi well, Shizuoka Prefecture using State Space modeling (GS) PDF[94KB]
6-1 The 1995 seismic activity in the south-. easternfoot of Mt. Ontake (Nagoya Univ.) PDF[107KB]
6-2 Seismic Activity. in the Northwestern Part of the Chubu District (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[135KB]
6-3 Seismic Activity in the Inner Zone of Southwest Japan (July December, 1994) (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[179KB]
6-4 Crustal Movements in the Chubu and Hokuriku Districts (GSI) PDF[496KB]
6-5 Seismic Activity in the NorthernPart of Nagano Prefecture and the Observation of Crustal Movement at Matsushiro (November 1,1994 April 30,1995) (JMA) PDF[352KB]
7-1 On the earthquake occurred in the central Shiga Prefecture (May 28,1994) (JMA) PDF[125KB]
7-2 Activation of Seismicity in the Northern Kinki District (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[360KB]
7-3 Correlation between seismic activities in Tanba, to the west of Tanba and near Wakayama (MRI) PDF[187KB]
7-4 Seismic Activity in and around the Kii Peninsula (January-March, 1995) (ERI) PDF[639KB]
7-5 Surface fault raptures on the Awaji Island associated with the Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake of January 17,1995 (GS) PDF[181KB]
7-6 Aftershocks in A Wider Sense of Intraplate Earthquakes with M PDF[157KB]
7-7 Recent Seismic Activity in and around Kinki, Cyugoku and Shikoku Districts (November, 1994-April, 1995) (JMA) PDF[95KB]
7-8 Statistical models of variation of seismicity in the Inner Zone of Southwest Japan. before and after the great earthquakes (M-8) -along the Nankai trough (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[340KB]
7-9 Seismic activity before and after the 1995 Hyogoken- Nanbu-Earthquake (Kiyoo Mogi) PDF[238KB]
7-10 A possible generating process of the 1995 Southern Hyogo Prefecture Earthquake (NIED) PDF[189KB]
7-11 Source process of the 1995 Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake estimated by the analysis of near field data of strong ground motions (MRI) PDF[169KB]
7-12 Source Process for the South of Hyogo Prefecture Earthquake (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[417KB]
7-13 The 1995 Hyougoken Nanbu Earthquake and Its Aftershocks (JMA) PDF[285KB]
7-14 Aftershocks in Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake of January 17 1995, Central Japan (Sequential energy release and equivalent fault slip) (Waseda Univ.) PDF[229KB]
7-15 Quasi real-time watch of the aftershock activity change of Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake Prediction of Jan. 25 23 h 16m M4.7 aftershock (SMI) (ERI) PDF[301KB]
7-16 Aftershock focal mecanisms of the Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[335KB]
7-17 Aftershock distribution of the 1995 South of Hyogo Prefecture Earthquake determined using JHD method (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[135KB]
7-18 To detect the quiescence of aftershocks activity of Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake using ETAS model (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[201KB]
7-19 Abnormal initial rise of the foreshock of the 1995 Southern Hyogo Prefecture Earthquake (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[248KB]
7-20 Velocity Structure around the Source Region of Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[1702KB]
7-21 Temporary Seismic Observation around Mt Rokko with Dense Array. stations in 1995 (Preliminary Report) (Nagoya Univ.) PDF[156KB]
7-22 On the Hyogoken-Nanbu Earthquake, 1995 (January 17, M 7.2) (Results obtained from the Wakayama observation network) (ERI) PDF[354KB]
7-23 GPS Observations of the Post Seismic Movements in the Focal Region of the South Hyogo Prefecture Earthquake (UC) PDF[762KB]
7-24 GPS Observations of the Post Seismic Movements in the Focal Region of the South Hyogo Prefecture Earthquake (UC) PDF[466KB]
7-25 Damages induced by the 1995 Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake and microtopography in the Hanshin district, southwestern Japan (GS) PDF[181KB]
7-26 Crustal Movements in the Kinki District (GSI) PDF[1019KB]
7-27 GPS Observations in the Kinki region (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[141KB]
7-28 Coseismic Displacement at Kobe University in the Hyogoken- Nanbu Earthquake (Jan. 17,1995) Observed by GPS Measurements (Nagoya Univ.) (Kobe Univ.) (GSI) PDF[183KB]
7-29 Observations of Crustal Movements and Discharge Change at Rokko Takao Station (Kyoto Univ.) (ERI) PDF[326KB]
7-30 Observations on Time Change of Gravity by Means of Two Superconducting Gravity Meters at Kyoto (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[173KB]
7-31 Electromagnetic Radiation Phenomena recorded before and after the Hyogoken-Nanbu Earthquake (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[227KB]
7-32 Changes in the Geomagnetic Total Intensity since the Occurrence of the 1995 Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[187KB]
7-33 Observations of the Electric Potential near the Nojima Fault on Awaji-shima Island (Tokyo Inst. Tech.) PDF[267KB]
7-34 Hydrological changes in the Awaji island after the 1995 Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake (GS) PDF[160KB]
7-35 Changes in Chemical Composition of Groundwater Associated with the Hyogoken Nambu Earthquake (Tokyo Univ.) PDF[97KB]
7-36 Anomalous Changes in Groundwater Level Observed at Osakayama Observatory and their relations to Earthquake Occurrence (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[204KB]
7-37 Groundwater anomalies before and after Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake (Kyoto Univ.) PDF[165KB]
7-38 Crustal structure of the area on the east on the Sionomisaki Canyon (HD) PDF[194KB]
7-39 The distribution of faults in the Osaka Bay (HD) PDF[612KB]
8-1 Vertical Crustal Movements in the Chugoku and Shikoku Districts (GSI) PDF[147KB]
9-1 Seismic Activity in the Middle and the Northern Kyushu District (November, 1994-April, 1995) (Kyushu Univ.) PDF[219KB]
9-2 Seismic Activity in the Southern Kyushu District (November, 1994-April, 1995) (Kagosima Univ.) PDF[155KB]
9-3 Recent seismic activity in and around Kyushu District (November, 1994-April, 1995) (JMA) PDF[245KB]
9-4 Seismic Activity in and around the Okinawa District (November, 1994-April, 1995) (JM a.) PDF[168KB]
9-5 Crustal Movements in the Kyushu District (GSI) PDF[292KB]
10-1 Earthquake Prediction using an EDM Observation in East Taiwan (ERI) PDF[232KB]
10-2 Precise Observation of Geomagnetic Secular Variation (January, 1977 March, 1995) (GRG) (JMA) PDF[209KB]