volume 25, issue 10, P1541-1544 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00642
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Abstract: Abstract. Satellite radar interferometry of Mt. Etna volcano, Sicily, Italy, reveals a sequence of deformation characterized by deflation during the end of the 1993 eruption, inflation from 1993-1995 with an increase in the inflation rate immediately before its resumed eruptive activity in late 1995. This was followed by very low deformation levels during the following year. The source of the deformation changed from a depth of 9 km during deflation to more than 11-14 km during the subsequent inflation, consi…

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