volume 79, issue 30, P357-357 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00271
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Abstract: Intense seismicity in the Long Valley caldera area of California last summer may have been hydrothermally driven and triggered by escalating magmatic unrest in the resurgent dome area, results from the MAMMOTH 97 Seismic Experiment suggest. The experiment involved enhanced seismic monitoring in an area that is already closely watched for earthquake activity. Sophisticated instruments were placed in the caldera's south moat section, Mammoth Mountain, and the Casa Diablo geothermal area (Figure 1). In early Jul…

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