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Radon helps reliably predict oncoming earthquakes

Scientists from Russia, Turkey, Georgia, and Greece studied the data on the concentration of radon in the ground in seismic fault zones on the Black Sea coast, as well as in the Aegean Sea. It turned out that the level of concentration of radon can be used as the indicator to predict earthquakes, at least in this region. The corresponding article is published in the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity.
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Researchers analysed data for 2005−2013 relating to earthquakes in the Black Sea coast region — that is from Georgia to the Aegean Sea basin and from the Krasnodar Territory to the north of Turkey. The scientists have found that before most earthquakes the concentration of radon in the upper layer of the ground increases dramatically a couple of days before the tremors begin.

The method proved to be working in Italy before the earthquake in 2009. It was possible then to predict the earthquake, but the residents were not evacuated because the majority of experts did not take the forecast seriously.

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