Fluid migrations and volcanic earthquakes from depolarized

Published 17 November 2021

Petrosino, S., De Siena, L.

Fluid migrations and volcanic earthquakes from depolarized ambient noise.

Nat Commun 12, 6656 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-26954-w

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Applicando una nuova tecnica di imaging gli scienziati hanno ricostruito le strutture e i processi profondi del vulcano campano.

“I fluidi profondi ”, spiega Simona Petrosino, ricercatrice INGV, “possono indurre terremoti e per comprendere meglio i loro processi di migrazione il team di studio ha messo a punto un nuovo metodo applicato ai Campi Flegrei. Questa tecnica ha permesso di “seguire” i fluidi impiegando diversi intervalli temporali (da poche ore ad anni) di registrazioni del rumore sismico”.

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