Animal Behavior Abnormality and Earthquake Disaster Early Warning.

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Authors: Yanbing Liu and Sanjev Dhakal
Date: May-June 2020
Publisher: Universidad del Zulia, Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias
Document Type: Article
Length: 5,994 words

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Before the earthquake disaster, the behavior of animals often showed abnormal phenomena, which has been widely recognized. China has observed abnormal behaviors of animals before the earthquake, and how to use this phenomenon for early warning of earthquake disasters has become a research hotspot. Therefore, it is essential to carry out related research on animal behavior abnormalities and earthquake disaster warnings. The purpose of this article is to solve the problem of how to use animal behavior abnormalities to achieve early warning of earthquake disasters. By using modern molecular biology techniques to explain the mechanism of animal behavior abnormalities before earthquakes, and then find out the animal's unique response to earthquake precursors The behavior analyzes the specific causes of anomalies, and discusses the specific measures to improve the accuracy of earthquake disaster warning, which provides the corresponding theoretical basis for the early warning of earthquake disasters. The results of the study show that, through network data survey and statistics, most animal abnormal behaviors are concentrated in the day or two before the earthquake, and 90% of animal abnormal behaviors occur within 10 hours before the earthquake, and the animal abnormalities in the area where the earthquake occurred The range is up to 100-200km. Although the distribution is uneven, they are basically distributed in the future seism genic structures, the trend of active fault zones, and the inflection points of faults. These phenomena are used to predict the accuracy of earthquakes by 95% through simulation experiments. Key words: Abnormal Animal Behavior, Earthquake Disaster, Disaster Warning, Modern Molecular Biology

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