Lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere interaction associated with an explosive eruption
Séminaires Planétologie et Sciences Spatiales
522, bât. Lamarck
Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
An explosive eruption perturbs lithosphere, atmosphere, and ionosphere. Those are observed by seismometers, barometers, and a disturbance of Total Electric Contents measured by Global Navigation Satellite System. Here we take an example of the 2015 Kuchinoerabu-jima volcano, southwest Japan, to show how we can understand the mechanics of the eruption from these observations.