A model of the dilatancy’s zones in the stress field of the double forces in a homogeneous, isotropic elastic half-space was considered. Calculations of the stress tensor components and the criterion of dilatancy were perfomed. Relative defomations of Earth crust were interconnected with zone of dilatancy.
In this paper we consider a nonlocal mathematical model of non-stationary diffusionadvection of radon in the soil-atmosphere system. An analytical solution of this model of traveling wave, which is expressed in terms of a distribution Wright.
The results of statistical analysis of perturbations of geoacoustic emission using the method of superposed epoch. It is shown that 45,8% perturbation of geoacoustic emission arise in the daily range of 2,5 to strong earthquakes.
The results of simulation of characteristics of atmospheric γ- and β-radiation fields due to radioactive decay of soil radionuclides are represented. Monte-Carlo method was used for simulation. Secondary radiation and cascade nature of radiation interaction with air were taking into account. Features in vertical profiles of γ — and β — radiation absorbed doses and flux densities in ground atmosphere are discussed in detail.