Mt. Melbourne volcano, antarctica: Evidence of seismicity related to volcanic activity

@article{Gambino1996MtMV,
  title={Mt. Melbourne volcano, antarctica: Evidence of seismicity related to volcanic activity},
  author={Salvatore Gambino and Eugenio Privitera},
  journal={pure and applied geophysics},
  year={1996},
  volume={146},
  pages={305-318}
}
Characterization of the microseismic activity (ML<2.0) has been performed at Mt. Melbourne since 1990. We recorded a group of low frequency events with common morphological characteristics, i.e., an emerging onset, an unclear second phase and a sharply dropping coda. Spectral analysis of events recorded at more than one station indicates that the seismogram characteristics and spectral content are largely due to source effects. A polarization filter applied to a set of three component data… 
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