Welcome to GNFE
International Station for the Forecasting of Earthquakes Atropatena Crystal (Kh11)
The observed abrupt increase of seismic and volcanic activity on our planet for the last few years makes it necessary to combine international efforts with intellectual and technological potential, for maximum decrease of risks from natural cataclysms. One of the most obvious ways to decrease the number of victims and amount of damage from strong earthquakes is rapid development and application of new effective earthquake forecasting technologies.
The Global Network for the Forecasting of Earthquakes is an international organization carrying out its activity on basis of the Statutes and International Agreement – ICEF (International Cooperation for Earthquakes Forecasting).
The main aim of GNFE is effective short-term forecasting of earthquakes and notification to GNFE participant countries about possible risk of strong earthquakes.
GNFE is based on applying new earthquake forecasting technology, using the international ATROPATENA stations for earthquake forecasting, which unite to form an International Global Network. The new earthquake forecasting technology has PCT patents, national patents and KNOW-HOW. All earthquake forecasting stations continuously transmit information to the central data base in the USA. Dedicated hardware and software ensures GNFE work is undisturbed and effective.
New earthquake forecasting technology has been developed in the Scientific Research Institute of Forecasting and Studying of Earthquakes.
Full Members of GNFE are: International Academy of Science H&E (Austria, Innsbruck), Scientific Research Institute of Forecasting and Studying of Earthquakes (Baku, Azerbaijan), World Organization for Scientific Cooperation (WOSCO, UK, London), Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Turkey, Eurasia Industry Corporation (UK, London), SETAC Ltd. (Turkey, Istanbul).
Assotiative members of GNFE is Ukraine.