Infrasonic sources monitored across Europe using regional infrasound records for 2000–2007

Infrasonic sources monitored across Europe using regional infrasound records for 2000–2007

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A. Le Pichon, J. Vergoz, P. Herry, and L. Ceranna, 2008/IRIS Consortium

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Left: Infrasonic sources monitored across Europe using regional infrasound records for 2000–2007. Right: non-earthquake events reported in seismic catalogs for the overlapping period 1998–2005. Major mining regions are circled, and clearly have both seismic and infrasonic sources. (Image modified from A. Le Pichon, J. Vergoz, P. Herry, and L. Ceranna, 2008. Analyzing the detection capability of infrasound arrays in Central Europe, Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, D12115, doi:10.1029/2007JD009509.)

Date Taken: February 18, 2009
Photographer / Contributor: A. Le Pichon, J. Vergoz, P. Herry, and L. Ceranna, 2008

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