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Monitoring of fires. Chita Region / May 6, 2011 /

Images by «Resurs-DK»..

Monitoring of fires. Novosibirsk Region / May 5, 2011 /

Images by «Meteor-M» № 1.

Monitoring of fires. Tyumen region. / May 5, 2011 /

Images by «Meteor-M» № 1.

Monitoring of fires. Altai Territory. / May 2, 2011 /

Images by «Resurs-DK»..

The threat of a powerful earthquake in Iran still remain. / April 28, 2011 /

Ongoing monitoring and analysis of signs of preparation of the earthquake in Iran. Analysis of geophysical features (Annex 1) allows us to maintain the threat of a powerful earthquake in southern Iran. The same signal cloud seismotectonic indicators (Annex 2), found over the south of Iran, April 23-27, 2011..

Monitoring of fires. The Tuva Republic / April 23, 2011 /

Images by «Meteor-M» № 1.

The threat of earthquakes in Iran. / April 15, 2011 /

Analysis of geophysical features suggests the possibility of a powerful earthquake in southern Iran.

Ground-space monitoring and prediction of earthquakes. New results and experiments / April 11, 2011 /

Prepared a new article about prediction and earthquakes signs monitoring results and experiments.

Powerful earthquake in Myanmar. / March 25, 2011 /

To the death and destruction led a powerful earthquake in Myanmar (Burma) at March 24, 2011 Its magnitude was 6.8..

Russian «Meteor» satellites observe the signs of Japanese earthquakes. / March 18, 2011 /

For two powerful earthquakes in Japan 25 September 2003 and March 11, 2011 NTs OMZ`s specialists and experts observed cloud signes of impending disasters..

Powerful earthquakes hit Japan / March 11, 2011 /

The most powerful earthquake in the country’s history occurred on March 11 on the northeast coast of. Honshu..

Sumatra can be shaked a little. Seysmic indikators on satellite images by «Electro-L». / March 2, 2011 /

From the Russian weather satellite «Electro-L» on February 28 has received the image. NTs OMZ`s experts marked out cloud seismotectonic indicators over an area of Andaman-Sumatra.

About the realization of the forecast and the devastating earthquake in New Zealand. / February 24, 2011 /

According to our forecast of 16.02.2011 on the eastern boundary of the Australian plate 02/21/2011 2 powerful earthquakes occurred on the Fiji and New Zealand.

The threat of a powerful earthquake / February 16, 2011 /

Analysis of cloud seismotectonic indicator detected on satellite imagery over the Australia coastal zone , may signal the approach of a powerful earthquake.

Disturbed February. / February 14, 2011 /

A series of strong earthquakes occurred in the first half of February.

Seismic Danger in Central America. / February 9, 2011 /

On the west coast of Mexico and Central American region, the danger of a major earthquake has emerged..

Flooding in Australia / February 4, 2011 /

In December 2010, Australia experienced the strongest over the past half-century floods triggered by tropical rains.

Analysis of the characteristics of a powerful earthquake in Pakistan. / January 20, 2011 /

The January 2011 marked by intensification of seismic processes on Earth.

Surge of seismic activity / December 22, 2010 /

Current Week marked a sharp surge of seismic activity..

Italy may be shaked once again / November 29, 2010 /

omprehensive space-ground monitoring of the seismically hazardous regions of Italy revealed several indicators of strong earthquake preparation..

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