Data from: Modeling GPS signal propagation through volcanic plumes

Nicholas Rainville, Scott Palo & Kristine Larson
Extinction of Global Positioning System (GPS) signals has been observed at GPS sites located near erupting volcanoes as a decrease in the Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) of recieved signals. While this effect has been used to detect volcanic ash plumes, the physical processes causing the signal extinction were not well understood. A simulation was developed to model absorption and scattering from ash particles in a plume which included plume density, composition, and charging as...
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