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Press Release 06-028
Instruments on Alaska's Augustine Volcano Provide New Insights into Volcanic Processes

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T. Corbett (EarthScope) finishes installation of GPS station.

T. Corbett (EarthScope) finishes installation of GPS station AV04 by connecting the choke ring, used to reduce noise in the data, to the steel tripod.

Credit: EarthScope


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Station AV05, closest to Augstine's summit, has been missing since the Jan. 13, 2006 eruptions.

B. Friesen (EarthScope) puts the final touches on the GPS antennae at station AV05, the closest station to the summit of Augustine. AV05 collected valuable data about the volcano until one of the large eruptions on Jan. 13, 2006. It has been missing since the eruption.

Credit: EarthScope


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Station AV01, east of Augustine's summit, survived the recent eruptions and sends hourly data.

EarthScope GPS station AV01 is installed to the east of the Augustine summit. AV01 has survived the recent eruptions of Augustine and is returning GPS data every hour.

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