Intrinsic Qp at Mt. Etna from the inversion of rise times of 2002 microearthquake sequence

@inproceedings{Lorenzo2006IntrinsicQA,
  title={Intrinsic Qp at Mt. Etna from the inversion of rise times of 2002 microearthquake sequence},
  author={Sara de Lorenzo and Marilena Filippucci and Elisabetta Giampiccolo and Domenico Patan{\`e}},
  year={2006}
}
  • Sara de Lorenzo, Marilena Filippucci, +1 author Domenico Patanè
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
  • About three-hundred microearthquakes, preceeding and accompanying the 2002-2003 Mt. Etna flank eruption, were considered in this study. On the high-quality velocity seismograms, measurements of the first half cycle of the wave, the so-called rise time τ, were carried out. By using the rise time method, these data were inverted to infer an estimate of the intrinsic quality factor Qp of P waves and of the source rise time τ0 of the events, which represents an estimate of the duration of the… CONTINUE READING

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