Long-period volcano seismicity: its source and use in eruption forecasting

@article{Chouet1996LongperiodVS,
  title={Long-period volcano seismicity: its source and use in eruption forecasting},
  author={Bernard Chouet},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1996},
  volume={380},
  pages={309-316}
}
At an active volcano, long-period seismicity (with typical periods in the range 0.2–2 s) reflects pressure fluctuations resulting from unsteady mass transport in the sub-surface plumbing system, and hence provides a glimpse of the internal dynamics of the volcanic edifice. When this activity occurs at shallow depths, it may signal the pressure-induced disruption of the steam-dominated region of the volcano, and can accordingly be a useful indicator of impending eruption. 
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