Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition

Preface to the First Edition

1. Introduction

1.1. Terms and Definitions

1.2. Subject of the Book

2. Seismicity at Volcanoes

2.1. History of Seismic Monitoring of Volcanic Activity

2.2. Classification of Volcanic Earthquakes

2.3. Sequences of Volcanic Earthquakes

3. Fundamentals of Volcanic Seismology

3.1. Magma Flow within the Volcanic Conduit

3.2. Experimental Studies of the Volcanic Processes and Their Applications for the Seismic Sources

3.3. General Description of the Source of Seismic Signals at Volcanoes

4. Origin of Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes

4.1. Migration of Magma and Its Seismic Potential

4.2. Volcanism and Tectonics

4.3. Source Nature of Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes

4.4. Models of Volcano-Tectonic Earthquake Sequences

5. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes at Basaltic Volcanoes

5.1. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Shield Volcanoes

5.2. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Stratovolcanoes

5.3. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Fissure Eruptions

5.4. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Caldera Collapse

5.5. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Submarine Eruptions

6. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes at Andesitic Volcanoes

6.1. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Volcanic “Directed Blasts”

6.2. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Phreatic and Phreato-Magmatic Explosions

6.3. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Lava Extrusions

6.4. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Flank Eruptions

7. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes at Dacitic Volcanoes

7.1. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Summit Eruptions

7.2. Volcano-Tectonic Earthquakes Associated with Flank Eruptions

Details

No. of pages:
474
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2012
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
Print ISBN:
9780444563750
Electronic ISBN:
9780444563767

Reviews

Praise for the first edition: C. Lomnitz "...This book will be on the shelves of every geophysicist. I am delighted to report that it is useful, fun to read, full of information and worth rereading." source:Natural Hazards