Continuous monitoring of soil CO2 efflux and atmospheric parameters at the Los Humeros Volcanic Complex

Anna Jentsch, Walter Duesing, Egbert Jolie & Martin Zimmer
Carbon dioxide is the most abundant, non-condensable gas in volcanic systems, released into the atmosphere through either diffuse or advective fluid flow. The emission of substantial amounts of CO2 at Earth’s surface is not only controlled by volcanic plumes during periods of eruptive activity or fumaroles, but also by soil degassing along permeable structures in the subsurface. Monitoring of these processes is of utmost importance for volcanic hazard analyses, and is also relevant for managing...
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