volume 25, issue 19, P3661-3664 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl01441
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Abstract: While several distinctive types of seismic events with frequencies ranging from 0.5Hz to 30Hz could be identified, the emphasis is on two types of low-frequency events which indicate the involvement of a fluid phase in the source mechanism: the so-called long-period events and the hybrid events. The latter occur in swarms with distinct periodicities of 4 to 12 hours and preceed major dome collapses and explosions. The swarms correlate very well with the tilt observed at the flanks of the volcanic edifice and,…

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