An infrasound array study of Mount St . Helens

@inproceedings{Matoza2007AnIA,
  title={An infrasound array study of Mount St . Helens},
  author={Robin S. Matoza and Michael A. H. Hedlin and Milton A. Garc{\'e}s},
  year={2007}
}
The ongoing activity of Mount St. Helens provides an opportunity to study the infrasonic wavefield produced by an active, silica-rich volcano. In late October 2004, as a pilot experiment for the Acoustic Surveillance for Hazardous Eruptions (ASHE) project, we deployed two infrasound arrays, each co-located with a broadband seismometer and weather station, to continuously record seismo-acoustic signals from Mount St. Helens. The nearest array, Coldwater, was deployed on the northern flank of the… CONTINUE READING
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