The volume and shape of the 1991–1993 lava flow field at Mount Etna, Sicily

  title={The volume and shape of the 1991–1993 lava flow field at Mount Etna, Sicily},
  author={Nicki F. Stevens and John B. Murray and Geoff Wadge},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
Abstract The 1991–1993 lava flow is the most voluminous flow erupted at Mount Etna, Sicily, in over 300 years. Estimates of the volume obtained by various methods range from 205×106 m3 (Tanguy 1996) to over 500×106 m3 (Barberi et al. 1993). This paper describes the results of an electronic distance measurement (EDM)-based field survey of the upper surface of the 1991–1993 flow field undertaken in 1995. The results were digitised, interpolated and converted into a digital elevation model and… 
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