Possible prospects for the use of microseisms, caused by standing waves of water bodies

The purpose of the research is to find possible ways to use microseisms, caused by standing waves in water bodies. According to the theory, standing waves arise when two traveling waves, moving towards each other collide. The first of them falls on an obstacle and the second one reflects from it. The conditions of excitation the waves and swinging of damped waves are presented. Evidence shows that the wave pressure at the antinodes at the boundaries  of the water medium separation and the soil is proportional to the wave amplitude on the water.

Three-dimentional model of the deformation of structural Merian basin by standing waves

Purpose of the study. Analysis of the effect of standing waves on the bed of the water basin. The research methodology. When "standing" wave, the water masses carry out rotary-translational displacement. In the vertical cross section of the basin there are synchronous reversible water movements. Their greatest values are in the antinodes, in the vertical direction, and in the nodes, in the horizontal direction.

Triggering of earthquakes of Azov-Black Sea basin by seiche deformation of the ground

Purpose. Evaluation of possible causes of earthquakes in the area of waters by comparing the Earth's surface deformations, caused by their own variations of water, with deformations, caused by stress from pressure created ponds. Method. The method is based on the hypothesis of the possibility of excitation of the earthquake as a result of the fatigue defects, which accumulated in the intense tectonic fault due to oscillation of seiche-triggered wave. Lithosphere deformations, caused by pressure of seiche-triggered waves, form the lattice of antinode lines. Results.