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Authors: Gómez M., D. M.*
Torres C., R. A.*
Seidl, D.*
Hellweg, M.*
Rademacher, H.*
Title: Tornillo seismic events at Galeras volcano, Colombia: a summary and new information from broadband three-component measurements
Issue Date: Jun-1999
Series/Report no.: 42/3
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/1345
Keywords: volcanoes
seismic events
broadband record
tornillos
Galeras volcano
Abstract: Long-duration events have been recorded at several active, andesitic volcanoes. Their main characteristics are a single, sharp frequency peak, and an exceptionally long coda. Because their seismograms resemble a screw, these signals are called "tornillos" in Colombia. These events have been recorded during different stages of volcanic activity at various volcanoes worldwide. Tornillos have occurred for example, as a short-term precursor to eruptions at Galeras volcano, Colombia (1992-1993); and at Asama volcano, Japan, (1983). At Tokachi volcano, Japan, they were recorded after an eruption (1989). The Tornillo's dominant frequency appears to be related to the time of occurrence during an eruption cycle. It is independent of epicentral distance, azimuth, travel time, and lapse time, indicating that it is a source characteristic. Damping coefficients for the tornillo's coda range between 0.002 and 0.02. In contrast, damping coefficients for normal long-period events lies between 0.010 and 0.025 and for volcano-tectonic events between 0.010 and 0.040. In March 1996, the Galeras seismic network, which consists of short period, single-component seismometers, was augmented with a broadband, three-component station. This station, installed 1.5 km south of Galeras active cone, recorded a series of six tornillos. Narrowband and broadband tornillo records have similar characteristics in the time and frequency domains.
Appears in Collections:04.06.08. Volcano seismology
Annals of Geophysics

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