Hydrogeology of Stromboli volcano, Aeolian Islands (Italy) from the interpretation of resistivity tomograms, self-potential, soil temperature and soil CO2 concentration measurements.

Anthony Finizola, Julien Colonge, Tulio Ricci, Stéphanie Barde-Cabusson, Svetlana Byrdina, Aline Peltier, Matteo Lupi, Eric Delcher, André Revil, Thibault Bailly, Jean Letort, Geoffroy Avard, F Di Gandi, Laura Bennati, Ève Tsang-Hin-Sun & Guilhem Amin Douillet
To gain a better insight of the hydrogeology and the location of the main tectonic faults of Stromboli volcano in Italy, we collected electrical resistivity measurements, soil CO2 concentrations, temperature and self-potential measurements along two profiles. These two profiles started at the village of Ginostra in the southwest part of the island. The first profile (4.8 km in length) ended up at the village of Scari in the north east part of the volcano and...