The 1997 eruption of Okmok Volcano , Alaska : a synthesis of remotely sensed imagery

@inproceedings{Patrick2003The1E,
  title={The 1997 eruption of Okmok Volcano , Alaska : a synthesis of remotely sensed imagery},
  author={Matthew R. Patrick and Jon Dehn and K. R. Papp and Zhong Lu and K W Dean and Linda M. Moxey and P. Izbekov and Rick Guritz},
  year={2003}
}
Okmok Volcano, in the eastern Aleutian Islands, erupted in February and March of 1997 producing a 6-km-long lava flow and low-level ash plumes. This caldera is one of the most active in the Aleutian Arc, and is now the focus of international multidisciplinary studies. A synthesis of remotely sensed data (AirSAR, derived DEMs, Landsat MSS and ETM+ data, AVHRR, ERS, JERS, Radarsat) has given a sequence of events for the virtually unobserved 1997 eruption. Elevation data from the AirSAR sensor… CONTINUE READING
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