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Authors: Di Traglia, Federico* 
Calvari, Sonia* 
D'Auria, Luca* 
Nolesini, Teresa* 
Bonaccorso, Alessandro* 
Fornaciai, Alessandro* 
Esposito, Antonietta M.* 
Cristaldi, Antonio* 
Favalli, Massimiliano* 
Casagli, Nicola* 
Title: The 2014 Effusive Eruption at Stromboli: New Insights from In Situ and Remote-Sensing Measurements
Journal: Remote Sensing 
Series/Report no.: /10(2018)
Publisher: MDPI
Issue Date: 14-Dec-2018
DOI: 10.3390/rs10122035
URL: https://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/10/12/2035
Keywords: landslides
effusive activity
Ground-Based InSAR
infrared live cam
seismic monitoring
PLEIADES
Digital Elevation Models
optical sensors
Subject ClassificationStromboli volcano
The 2014 effusive eruption
Remote-sensing measurements
Abstract: In situ and remote-sensing measurements have been used to characterize the run-up phase and the phenomena that occurred during the August–November 2014 flank eruption at Stromboli. Data comprise videos recorded by the visible and infrared camera network, ground displacement recorded by the permanent-sited Ku-band, Ground-Based Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (GBInSAR) device, seismic signals (band 0.02–10 Hz), and high-resolution Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) reconstructed based on Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) data and tri-stereo PLEIADES-1 imagery. This work highlights the importance of considering data from in situ sensors and remote-sensing platforms in monitoring active volcanoes. Comparison of data from live-cams, tremor amplitude, localization of Very-Long-Period (VLP) source and amplitude of explosion quakes, and ground displacements recorded by GBInSAR in the crater terrace provide information about the eruptive activity, nowcasting the shift in eruptive style of explosive to effusive. At the same time, the landslide activity during the run-up and onset phases could be forecasted and tracked using the integration of data from the GBInSAR and the seismic landslide index. Finally, the use of airborne and space-borne DEMs permitted the detection of topographic changes induced by the eruptive activity, allowing for the estimation of a total volume of 3.07 ± 0.37 × 106 m3 of the 2014 lava flow field emplaced on the steep Sciara del Fuoco slope.
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