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Authors: Napoli, R.*
Currenti, G.*
Del Negro, C.*
Title: Internal structure of Ustica volcanic complex (Italy) based on a 3D inversion of magnetic data.
Title of journal: Bulletin of Volcanology
Series/Report no.: 8/69 (2007)
Publisher: Springer
Issue Date: 2007
DOI: 10.1007/s00445-007-0115-8
Keywords: Magnetic survey
Ustica Island
Inverse magnetic modeling
Abstract: A ground magnetic study of Ustica Island was performed to provide new insights into subsurface tectonic and volcanic structures. The total-intensity anomaly field, obtained after a data-reduction procedure, shows the presence of a W–E-striking magnetic anomaly in the middle of the island and another two intense anomalies, which seem to continue offshore, in the southwestern and the northeastern sides, respectively. The detected anomalies were analyzed by a quadratic programming (QP) algorithm to obtain a 3D subsurface magnetization distribution. The volcano magnetization model reveals the presence of intensely magnetized volumes, interpreted as the feeding systems of the main eruptive centers of the island, which roughly follow the trend of the main regional structural lineaments. These findings highlight how regional tectonics has strongly affected the structural and magmatic evolution of the Ustica volcanic complex producing preferential ways for magma ascent.
Appears in Collections:04.02.04. Magnetic and electrical methods
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