Monitoring rapid temporal change in a volcano with coda wave interferometry

@inproceedings{Grt2005MonitoringRT,
  title={Monitoring rapid temporal change in a volcano with coda wave interferometry},
  author={Alexander Gr{\^e}t and Roel Snieder and Richard C Aster and Philip R. Kyle},
  year={2005}
}
[1] Multiply–scattered waves typically dominate the late part of the seismic coda in local earthquake seismograms. Small medium changes that have no detectable influence on the first arrivals are amplified by multiple scattering and may thus be readily observed in the coda. We exploit this idea using Coda Wave Interferometry to monitor temporal changes at Mount Erebus Volcano, Antarctica. Erebus is one of the few volcanoes on Earth with a long–lived convecting lava lake. Large exsolved gas… CONTINUE READING

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