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  Information - GMPV2 New monitoring techniques applied to active volcanoes

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Multi-parameter volcano monitoring strategies have contributed tremendously
to our understanding of how volcanoes work. The wealth of data obtained
helps to build an evolving conceptual framework for the sources, storage,
transport and rheology of magma, which can be continually re-evaluated and
We seek new contributions concerning the latest developments in
instrumentation (including remote sensing, seismology, geodesy,
geochemistry, ground-based radar, thermal, gravity, geomagnetic and acoustic
methods), and in data telemetry, processing, and modelling in volcanic
areas. We equally encourage reports of recent 'case studies' highlighting
integration and/or interpretation of observations, the critical review of
more 'classical' surveillance methods, and discussion of measurements that
bridge the gap between different kinds of sensors and/or fields of
applications (e.g., broadband seismometers, borehole sensors, OBS).

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