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Department
Geology
Course
GEOL 2207
Professor
B.Ward
Semester
Summer

Description
Forecast – probability that a volcano will erupt in a particular way and within a defined time  Monitoring seismic activity (magma coming up surface fracture rocks  earthquake)  Thermal, magnetic and hydrologic monitoring  Land surface monitoring  Monitoring volcanic gas emissions  Geologic history Monitoring Methods:  Seismic  Shallow earthquakes and swarms can precede eruption  May not provide enough time for large scale evacuation Pre-eruption quakes  Typically swarms  M < 5  Increase in number  Occur close to eruption locatio Monitoring Methods:  Thermal, magnetic, and hydrologic monitoring o Accumulatio
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