Pulsed lava effusion at Mount Etna during 2001

@inproceedings{Lautzea2004PulsedLE,
  title={Pulsed lava effusion at Mount Etna during 2001},
  author={Nicole C. Lautzea and Andrew J. L. Harrisa and John E. Baileya and Maurizio Ripepec and Sonia Calvarid and J. Dehne and Scott K. Rowlandb and Kate Evans-Jonesf},
  year={2004}
}
  • Nicole C. Lautzea, Andrew J. L. Harrisa, +5 authors Kate Evans-Jonesf
  • Published 2004
Effusion rate and degassing data collected at Mt. Etna volcano (Italy) in 2001 show variations occurring on time scales of hours to months. We use both longand short-term data sets spanning January to August to identify this variation. The long data sets comprise a satelliteand ground-based time series of effusion rates, and the latter include field-based effusion rate and degassing data collected May 29–31. The satellite-derived effusion rates for January through August reveal four volumetric… CONTINUE READING
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