Making the paper: Paul Segall

  • Published 2006 in Nature

Abstract

ions The network of GPS (global positioning system) stations set up around a Hawaiian volcano in 1996 was designed to track a very noisy phenomenon. The geophysicists working with the system wanted to see how the land moved when the Kīlauea volcano rumbled. They wanted to use such data to help them understand volcanic processes and to predict future… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/7098xia

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