Satellite and Ground Based Thermal Observation of the 2014 Effusive Eruption at Stromboli Volcano

  title={Satellite and Ground Based Thermal Observation of the 2014 Effusive Eruption at Stromboli Volcano},
  author={Klemen Zaksek and Matthias Hort and Eckehard Lorenz},
  journal={Remote Sensing},
As specifically designed platforms are still unavailable at this point in time, lava flows are usually monitored remotely with the use of meteorological satellites. Generally, meteorological satellites have a low spatial resolution, which leads to uncertain results. This paper presents the first long term satellite monitoring of active lava flows on Stromboli volcano (August–November 2014) at high spatial resolution (160 m) and relatively high temporal resolution (~3 days). These data were… CONTINUE READING
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