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|FDSN code||6F (2023-2023)||Network name||Active and passive seismic interferometry of Kilauea volcano (Kilauea active SI)|
|Start year||2023||Operated by||
|End year||2023||Deployment region||-|
The USGS, MIT, and U Miami will conduct an active and passive seismic interferometry experiment on Kilauea volcano in spring/summer of 2022. The experiment will use NSF's triaxial vibroseis truck to generate P and S waves independently, the signals of which will be recorded on 2000 nodes. We have designed this experiment using Guoqing Lin's Vp and Vp/Vs tomography to determine the source-receiver configuration that will give use Vp and Vs information in the 0 to 5 km depth range beneath the summit of Kilauea volcano, using finite frequencies of 5 to 25 Hz. Funding is coming from the 2.4 million dollars approved for Kilauea supplemental funding as a result of the 2018 eruption.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||10.7914/gqdb-hs97|
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