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Victoria University Antarctic Research Expedition Science and Logistics Reports 1980-81: VUWAE 25

B. IMESS Program, Three years starting in 1980/81

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B. IMESS Program, Three years starting in 1980/81.

Experimental Responsibilities
Field Set up:
1. Permanent 3-partite short period vertical seismic array on flank of Erebus Kienle
2. Permanent summit 3-component short period seismic station Kienle
3. Telemetry of 1 and 2 to Scott Base through relay station on Hut Point Peninsula Kienle
4. Portable temporary 3-partite summit seismic array operated during summit visits Kaminuma
5. Portable temporary 1-component summit seismic station operated during summit visits Dibble
6. Acoustic sensor, locally recorded for 1 month and then readied for telemetry Dibble
Telemetry to Scott Base Kienle(?)
7. Figure 8 induction coil, locally recorded for 1 month and if feasible readied for telemetry Dibble
Telemetry Kienle
8. Demodulation and recording of seismic and induction (?) data on magnetic tape at Scott Base Kaminuma
9. Single channel recording of seismic data on Helicorder Kienle
10. Single channel recording of acoustic data Dibble
11. Space, timing and record-keeping DSIR-Scott Base
12. Magnetic tape playback, seismograms to all Principal Investigators Kaminuma
Scientific Responsibilities
1. Microearthquake location in space and time, magnitudes and energy release Kaminuma Dibble Kienle
2. Harmonic tremor Kaminuma
3. Explosion energetics Dibble
4. Induction Dibble
5. Correlation of acoustic and induction events with seismicity Dibble
6. Teleseismic P-delays Dibble Kienle
7. Temporal patterns of seismicity, explosions, tidal triggering (?) Kienle
8. Plumbing of magma lake Kaminuma Dibble Kienle Kyle