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Satellite and Ground Based Thermal Observation of the 2014 Effusive Eruption at Stromboli Volcano

Klemen Zakšek, Matthias Hort, Eckehard Lorenz
2015 Remote Sensing  
This paper presents the first long term satellite monitoring of active lava flows on Stromboli volcano (August-November 2014) at high spatial resolution (160 m) and relatively high temporal resolution  ...  The satellite instrument is dedicated to high temperature event monitoring. The satellite observations were accompanied by field observations conducted by thermal cameras.  ...  We would also like to thank the members of the University of Hamburg who took part in the Stromboli 2014 campaign, especially Leonie Pick, who performed excellent work during the preparation for the campaign  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs71215876 fatcat:wjyn3mnc6vepjbnzdw2ssyaxqa

Forecasting Effusive Dynamics and Decompression Rates by Magmastatic Model at Open-vent Volcanoes

Maurizio Ripepe, Marco Pistolesi, Diego Coppola, Dario Delle Donne, Riccardo Genco, Giorgio Lacanna, Marco Laiolo, Emanuele Marchetti, Giacomo Ulivieri, Sébastien Valade
2017 Scientific Reports  
During the last 30 years, four effusive eruptions occurred at Stromboli volcano, in 1985 Stromboli volcano, in , 2003 Stromboli volcano, in , 2007Stromboli volcano, in and 2014.  ...  By comparing four of the most recent effusive eruptions at Stromboli volcano (Italy), we show how the volumes of lava discharged during each eruption are linearly correlated to the topographic positions  ...  Innocenti for their help in the field during the 2014 eruption.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-03833-3 pmid:28634369 pmcid:PMC5478676 fatcat:5hhiwif6cveyhegnvjgpv4upte

The July/August 2019 Lava Flows at the Sciara del Fuoco, Stromboli–Analysis from Multi-Sensor Infrared Satellite Imagery

Plank, Marchese, Filizzola, Pergola, Neri, Nolde, Martinis
2019 Remote Sensing  
The estimated mean-output-rate was higher than the ones in the 2002–2003 and 2014 Stromboli effusive eruptions, but was lower than in the 2007-eruption.  ...  On 3 July 2019 a rapid sequence of paroxysmal explosions at the summit craters of Stromboli (Aeolian-Islands, Italy) occurred, followed by a period of intense Strombolian and effusive activity in July,  ...  Acknowledgments: MSG-SEVIRI data used in this study follow the EUMETSAT data policy and were made available through the license released by the Meteorological Service of the Italian Military Aeronautics  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11232879 fatcat:lse3234hrrgjrnxssrov3o2f3a

Joint exploitation of space-borne and ground-based multitemporal InSAR measurements for volcano monitoring: The Stromboli volcano case study

Federico Di Traglia, Claudio De Luca, Mariarosaria Manzo, Teresa Nolesini, Nicola Casagli, Riccardo Lanari, Francesco Casu
2021 Remote Sensing of Environment  
Acknowledgments The contents of this paper represent the authors' ideas and do not necessarily correspond to the official opinion and policies of the "Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri-Dipartimento  ...  della Protezione Civile" (Presidency of the Council of Ministers-Department of Civil Protection).  ...  Discussion In this paper we investigated the surface dynamics of Stromboli volcano by using an unprecedented set of space-borne and ground-based SAR data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2021.112441 fatcat:qvbulvtuqrct5jv6wkaiijf37i

The 2014 Effusive Eruption at Stromboli: New Insights from In Situ and Remote-Sensing Measurements

Federico Di Traglia, Sonia Calvari, Luca D'Auria, Teresa Nolesini, Alessandro Bonaccorso, Alessandro Fornaciai, Antonietta Esposito, Antonio Cristaldi, Massimiliano Favalli, Nicola Casagli
2018 Remote Sensing  
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.  ...  provide information about the eruptive activity, nowcasting the shift in eruptive style of explosive to effusive.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10122035 fatcat:7jkl4ko7q5gixbuobtpryvdcjm

Hot-spot detection and characterization of strombolian activity from MODIS infrared data

D. Coppola, M. Laiolo, D. Delle Donne, M. Ripepe, C. Cigolini
2014 International Journal of Remote Sensing  
A new simple and fast algorithm gave us the opportunity to revisit the MODIS-derived thermal output at Stromboli volcano over the last 13 years.  ...  Identifying and characterizing strombolian activity from space is a challenging task for satellite-based infrared systems.  ...  a collaborative project between the Departments of Earth Sciences of the University of Florence and the University of Torino.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01431161.2014.903354 fatcat:elfmhbutcbcbrgkzea5rfcnj54

Overflows and Pyroclastic Density Currents in March-April 2020 at Stromboli Volcano Detected by Remote Sensing and Seismic Monitoring Data

Sonia Calvari, Federico Di Traglia, Gaetana Ganci, Flora Giudicepietro, Giovanni Macedonio, Annalisa Cappello, Teresa Nolesini, Emilio Pecora, Giuseppe Bilotta, Veronica Centorrino, Claudia Corradino, Nicola Casagli (+1 others)
2020 Remote Sensing  
Between 28 March and 1 April 2020, Stromboli volcano erupted, with overflows from the NE crater rim spreading along the barren Sciara del Fuoco slope and reaching the sea along the NW coast of the island  ...  Satellite monitoring allowed for the mapping of the lava flow field and the quantification of the erupted volume, and GBInSAR continuous measurements detected the crater widening and the deflation of the  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to acknowledge the essential work of INGV technicians for the installation and maintenance of the monitoring networks on Stromboli.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12183010 doaj:0269330d349c49d78197e5919085cb54 fatcat:sfy7ic2qrzdrvmahs7moxo5hme

The Estimation of Lava Flow Temperatures Using Landsat Night-Time Images: Case Studies from Eruptions of Mt. Etna and Stromboli (Sicily, Italy), Kīlauea (Hawaii Island), and Eyjafjallajökull and Holuhraun (Iceland)

Ádám Nádudvari, Anna Abramowicz, Rosanna Maniscalco, Marco Viccaro
2020 Remote Sensing  
Using satellite-based remote sensing to investigate volcanic eruptions is a common approach for preliminary research, chiefly because a great amount of freely available data can be effectively accessed  ...  Here, Landsat 4-5TM, 7ETM+, and 8OLI night-time satellite images are used to estimate lava flow temperatures and radiation heat fluxes from selected volcanic eruptions worldwide.  ...  The 2018 Eruption at Kīlauea Volcano (Island of Hawaii) Stromboli Eruptions Stromboli is located in the southern Tyrrhenian Sea and is considered one of the most active volcanoes over the world (Figure  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12162537 fatcat:i6hoeilu6vczxlcjmhh4lql5mq

Monitoring volcano slope instability with Synthetic Aperture Radar: A review and new data from Pacaya (Guatemala) and Stromboli (Italy) volcanoes

Lauren N. Schaefer, Federico Di Traglia, Estelle Chaussard, Zhong Lu, Teresa Nolesini, Nicola Casagli
2019 Earth-Science Reviews  
This review discusses the applications and challenges of SAR imagery to various slope instabilities at volcanoes around the world.  ...  To highlight the utility of SAR for measuring and monitoring mass movement, two case studies of Stromboli (Italy) and Pacaya (Guatemala) volcanoes are discussed in detail, where recent instability events  ...  ); this publication, however, does not reflect the position and official policies of the Department.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2019.03.009 fatcat:n4kdwejy2ne3bahkkxmtxqsgui

Thermal Remote Sensing for Global Volcano Monitoring: Experiences From the MIROVA System

Diego Coppola, Marco Laiolo, Corrado Cigolini, Francesco Massimetti, Dario Delle Donne, Maurizio Ripepe, Hidran Arias, Sara Barsotti, Claudia Bucarey Parra, Riky Gustavo Centeno, Sandrine Cevuard, Gustavo Chigna (+18 others)
2020 Frontiers in Earth Science  
The results presented clearly demonstrate how the open access of satellite thermal data and the sharing of derived products allow a better understanding of ongoing volcanic phenomena, and therefore constitute  ...  Thermal Remote Sensing for Volcano Monitoring volcanological community.  ...  Nonetheless, even at well-monitored volcanoes, satellite data offer a spatio-temporal view of eruptive phenomena that may fill gaps left by ground based instruments .  ... 
doi:10.3389/feart.2019.00362 fatcat:dmxfwcsawzbizchyml6ukq7ypu

Lava delta deformation as a proxy for submarine slope instability

Federico Di Traglia, Teresa Nolesini, Lorenzo Solari, Andrea Ciampalini, William Frodella, Damiano Steri, Benedetto Allotta, Andrea Rindi, Lorenzo Marini, Niccolò Monni, Emanuele Galardi, Nicola Casagli
2018 Earth and Planetary Science Letters  
) within the framework of the InGrID2015-2016 project; this publication, however, does not reflect the position and official policies of the Department.  ...  The bathymetric survey was carried out by MDM Team S.r.l., which is an official spin-off company of the University of Florence whose core business is the development of products and services for unmanned  ...  ), August and September 2014 (syn-2014 flank eruption), and December 2014 (post-2014 flank eruption) in order to analyse the patterns and thermal behaviour of lava flows and their influence on the lava  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2018.01.038 fatcat:tlhdol6y6vgfnhfzzzig2ikmba

Classifying Major Explosions and Paroxysms at Stromboli Volcano (Italy) from Space

Claudia Corradino, Eleonora Amato, Federica Torrisi, Sonia Calvari, Ciro Del Negro
2021 Remote Sensing  
Once the input feature vectors were identified, we designed a k-means unsupervised classifier to group the explosive events at Stromboli volcano based on their similarities in two clusters: (1) paroxysms  ...  Stromboli volcano has a persistent activity that is almost exclusively explosive.  ...  Acknowledgments: This work was developed within the framework of the Laboratory of Technologies for Volcanology (TechnoLab) at the INGV in Catania (Italy).  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13204080 fatcat:pffogibuh5c6xnizw5tdhmzarm

Tracking morphological changes and slope instability using spaceborne and ground-based SAR data

Federico Di Traglia, Teresa Nolesini, Andrea Ciampalini, Lorenzo Solari, William Frodella, Fernando Bellotti, Alfio Fumagalli, Giuseppe De Rosa, Nicola Casagli
2018 Geomorphology  
detection and interferometry (InSAR) () and Ground Based InSAR (GBInSAR) was compared with field observations and morphological analyses.  ...  the 2007 eruption and the lava overflows of 2010 and 2011.  ...  ) within the framework of the InGrID2015-2016 project; this publication, however, does not reflect the position and the official policies of the Department.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.10.023 fatcat:gmyqozbg4jdrpaakm4rlpzbkli

Remote Sensing of Volcanic Processes and Risk

Francesca Cigna, Deodato Tapete, Zhong Lu
2020 Remote Sensing  
Launched in mid-2018, the Special Issue "Remote Sensing of Volcanic Processes and Risk" of Remote Sensing gathers 19 research papers on the use of satellite, aerial, and ground-based remote sensing to  ...  acoustic infrasound; ground-based scanning UV spectrometers; and ground-based and satellite Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imaging (e.g., TerraSAR-X, Sentinel-1, Radarsat-2).  ...  The whole Remote Sensing Editorial Office and the team of Assistance Editors, and in particular Sofia Zhao and Nelson Peng at MDPI Branch Office in Beijing, are greatly acknowledged for the help and assistance  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12162567 fatcat:oe6uapqrgjh43osyh3w4v62qa4

The 2019 Eruptive Activity at Stromboli Volcano: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Reveal Hidden Features of the "Unexpected" 3 July Paroxysm

Mario Mattia, Bellina Di Lieto, Gaetana Ganci, Valentina Bruno, Pierdomenico Romano, Francesco Ciancitto, Prospero De Martino, Salvatore Gambino, Marco Aloisi, Mariangela Sciotto, Roberto Scarpa, Carmelo Ferlito
2021 Remote Sensing  
We analysed geodetic data, satellite thermal data, images from remote cameras and seismic data in a timespan crossing the eruptive period of 2019 to identify precursors of the two paroxysms on a medium-term  ...  In July and August 2019, Stromboli volcano underwent two dangerous paroxysms previously considered "unexpected" because of the absence of significant changes in usually monitored parameters.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank all the technicians and researchers involved in the hard work of maintenance and implementation of the INGV OE and INGV OV monitoring networks.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13204064 fatcat:4kqvbkxnwjf33oe6xiffd56gdm
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