Ecological Management and the Cosmogenic Mechanism of Earthquakes
Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, 129337 Yaroslavskoe sh. 26, Moscow, Russia
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Critical issue of ecological risk management in urban areas is to predict the evolution of the dangerous natural processes intensity. The special situation in the realization of these risks take the earthquake threat and the stresses emergency fluctuations in the geological environment of the buildings and structures bases. This article is devoted to one of the main problems of earthquake engineering - verification of the dominant mechanisms and causality of the earthquakes intensity dangerous evolution. In it discusses the comparative analysis results of the Earth gravitational interaction energy variations amplitudes with the Sun, with the Moon and the solar system planets. Also presented the comparative evaluations results of the Earth geospheres gravitational perturbations amplitudes with the Earth solar radiation energy with the energy of its own heat of the Earth. It is shown that the energy of his own heat and Sun exposure of the Earth much less energy to gravitational perturbations in the near-earth space. In the article presents the spectral analysis results of earthquakes global daily energy on the Earth before and after the Shoemaker-Levy comet explosion on Jupiter. It is shown that the seismic events number on Earth with magnitude greater than 2.5 on the Richter scale after the comet explosion increased in 10 times. In the earthquakes global daily energy spectrum shows the spectral manifestations of solar system planets gravitational resonances. In given article the researches results of natural disasters cosmogenic sources power allow us to argue that ecological risk effective management is impossible without the evolution forecast of the cosmogenic effects intensity on natural processes for sustainable urban development.
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