DOI: 10.22184/1993-7296.FRos.2022.16.7.540.550

The generation regularities of primary and secondary microseisms in the measuring ground location area have been determined by processing synchronous data of a two-coordinate laser strainmeter, a laser nanobarograph and a laser meter of hydrospheric pressure variations. The magnitude of atmospheric oscillations caused by the secondary microseisms propagating in the Earth’s crust has been obtained. The transfer factor of this interaction is about 0.023 Pa / nm that is three to four times greater than the same factor for the Rayleigh wave propagation in the Earth’s crust, generated by the earthquakes. The work results confirm the high efficiency of synchronous application of all measuring installations that allows us to accurately establish the origin of the registered geosphere disturbances.


Разработка: студия Green Art