Volcano geodesy in the Cascade arc, USA

  title={Volcano geodesy in the Cascade arc, USA},
  author={Michael P. Poland and Mike Lisowski and Daniel Dzurisin and Rebecca L. Kramer and M. J. Mclay and Benjamin A. Pauk},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
Experience during historical time throughout the Cascade arc and the lack of deep-seated deformation prior to the two most recent eruptions of Mount St. Helens might lead one to infer that Cascade volcanoes are generally quiescent and, specifically, show no signs of geodetic change until they are about to erupt. Several decades of geodetic data, however, tell a different story. Ground- and space-based deformation studies have identified surface displacements at five of the 13 major Cascade arc… 
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