A multi-disciplinary study of the 2002–03 Etna eruption: insights into a complex plumbing system

@article{Andronico2005AMS,
  title={A multi-disciplinary study of the 2002–03 Etna eruption: insights into a complex plumbing system},
  author={Daniele Andronico and Stefano Branca and Sonia Calvari and Michael Burton and Tommaso Caltabiano and Rosa Anna Corsaro and Paola Del Carlo and Gaetano Garf{\`i} and Luigi Lodato and Lusia Miraglia and Filippo Mur{\`e} and Marco Neri and Emilio Pecora and Massimo Pompilio and Guiseppe Salerno and Letizia Spampinato},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2005},
  volume={67},
  pages={314-330}
}
The 2002–03 Mt Etna flank eruption began on 26 October 2002 and finished on 28 January 2003, after three months of continuous explosive activity and discontinuous lava flow output. The eruption involved the opening of eruptive fissures on the NE and S flanks of the volcano, with lava flow output and fire fountaining until 5 November. After this date, the eruption continued exclusively on the S flank, with continuous explosive activity and lava flows active between 13 November and 28 January… CONTINUE READING

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