Dataset for Factors That Control Near-Source Infrasound at Open-Vent Volcanoes: A Case Study at Villarrica Volcano, Chile
Summary & Purpose
This data contains infrasound recordings from Villarrica's summit as part of a Boise State University field campaign. Infrasound was recorded from 20 stations over a week long period (Jan. 13 - Jan. 18, 2020). The data set supports and is used within the Bulletin of Volcanology publication "Factors That Control Near-source Infrasound at Open-Vent Volcanoes: A case study at Villarrica Volcano, Chile."
Date of Publication or Submission
This work was supported by National Science Foundation Grants EAR 1830976.
Single Dataset or Series?
Low frequency acoustic waves (infrasounds) were recorded atop of the summit of Villarrica Volcano for 1 week with a distribution of 20 sensors. These sensor are Jacob Anderson's Gem Loggers, which recorded with a sensitivity of 2.077962e-05 V/Pa, a 26 second corner period, and a sample rate of 100 Hz. Each sensor logs GPS data every second in the form of a text string including the date, time, and location.
January 13, 2020 - January 18, 2020
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Rosenblatt, Bryan B.; Johnson, Jeffrey B.; Anderson, Jacob; Kim, Keehon; and Gauvain, Scott J., "Dataset for Factors That Control Near-Source Infrasound at Open-Vent Volcanoes: A Case Study at Villarrica Volcano, Chile" (2021). Boise State University Infrasound Data Repository. 8.