Atmospheric 210 Po anomaly as a precursor of volcano eruptions

@inproceedings{Su2002Atmospheric2P,
  title={Atmospheric 210 Po anomaly as a precursor of volcano eruptions},
  author={Chih-Chieh Su and Chih-An Huh},
  year={2002}
}
[1] Due to its high volatility, 210Po can be effectively released from active volcanoes prior to their explosions. A continuous record of the fallout rate of 210Po versus that of 210Pb in northern Taiwan reveals that most of the 210Po was derived from pre-eruption gas emission of Philippines'Mayon volcano in the past two years. From this observation we suggest that, if a global network can be properly designed, it may be possible to employ 210Po anomaly as a precursor of volcano eruptions… CONTINUE READING

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