Detecting hidden volcanic explosions from Mt. Cleveland Volcano, Alaska with infrasound and ground-coupled airwaves

@article{Angelis2012DetectingHV,
  title={Detecting hidden volcanic explosions from Mt. Cleveland Volcano, Alaska with infrasound and ground-coupled airwaves},
  author={S. D. Angelis and D. Fee and M. Haney and D. Schneider},
  journal={Geophysical Research Letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={39}
}
  • S. D. Angelis, D. Fee, +1 author D. Schneider
  • Published 2012
  • Geology
  • Geophysical Research Letters
  • [1] In Alaska, where many active volcanoes exist without ground-based instrumentation, the use of techniques suitable for distant monitoring is pivotal. In this study we report regional-scale seismic and infrasound observations of volcanic activity at Mt. Cleveland between December 2011 and August 2012. During this period, twenty explosions were detected by infrasound sensors as far away as 1827 km from the active vent, and ground-coupled acoustic waves were recorded at seismic stations across… CONTINUE READING

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