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Fig. 3. Water radon and earthquakes: (a) the average monthly data of water radon concentration in wells Kh and Kh6 and monthly number of earthquakes in DDD107498 distance up to 2000 km from wells; (b) examples of the daily data of water radon in well Kh and earthquakes. Wide vertical lines show earthquakes in a distance up to 200 km. Thin lines show earthquakes in a distance up to 500 km from well; (c) examples of the daily data of water radon in wells Kh6 and earthquakes. Wide vertical lines show earthquakes in a distance up to 200 km. Thin lines show earthquakes in a distance up to 500 km from well; (d) examples of changes of water radon concentration in different wells during the guanine regional earthquake (a black vertical line) in the evening on June 26, 2012 (the Western Caucasus, region of Sochi, 43.55N39.67E, M3.5) and the far earthquake (dashed line) on June 24, 2012 (Turkey, 38.73N43.55E, M6.0); (e) examples of changes of water radon concentration in different wells during the earthquake (a black vertical line) on November 15, 2012, close to the settlement of Spokoinaya (the Western Caucasus, 43.94N39.25E, M4.0).Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide