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High Magma Storage Rates Before the 1983 Eruption of Kilauea, Hawaii

Valérie Cayol
James H. Dieterich
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Asta Miklius
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Abstract

After a magnitude 7.2 earthquake in 1975 and before the start of the ongoing eruption in 1983, deformation of Kilauea volcano was the most rapid ever recorded. Three-dimensional numerical modeling shows that this deformation is consistent with the dilation of a dike within Kilauea's rift zones coupled with creep over a narrow area of a low-angle fault beneath the south flank. Magma supply is estimated to be 0.18 cubic kilometers per year, twice

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hal-03049436 , version 1 (09-12-2020)

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Valérie Cayol, James H. Dieterich, Arnold T. Okamura, Asta Miklius. High Magma Storage Rates Before the 1983 Eruption of Kilauea, Hawaii. Science, 2000. ⟨hal-03049436⟩
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