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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. We applied a multidisciplinary approach to search for signals able to indicate the possibility of larger explosive activity and to devise a model to explain the observed variations. We analysed geodetic data, satellite thermal data, images from remote cameras and seismic data in a timespan crossing thedoi:10.3390/rs13204064 fatcat:4kqvbkxnwjf33oe6xiffd56gdm