Infrasonic component of volcano-seismic eruption tremor

@inproceedings{Matoza2014InfrasonicCO,
  title={Infrasonic component of volcano-seismic eruption tremor},
  author={Robin S. Matoza and David Fee},
  year={2014}
}
Air-ground and ground-air elastic wave coupling are key processes in the rapidly developing field of seismoacoustics and are particularly relevant for volcanoes. During a sustained explosive volcanic eruption, it is typical to record a sustained broadband signal on seismometers, termed eruption tremor. Eruption tremor is usually attributed to a subsurface seismic source process, such as the upward migration of magma and gases through the shallow conduit and vent. However, it is now known that… CONTINUE READING
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