Geophysical Effects of the Eruption of Hunga–Tonga–Hunga–Ha’apai Volcano on January 15, 2022 View Full Text


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2022-06

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V. V. Adushkin, Yu. S. Rybnov, A. A. Spivak

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The results of instrumental observations for meteoparameters, microbaric variations, and variations in an electric field are analyzed at the Mikhnevo Observatory and the Center for Geophysical Monitoring, Moscow of the Institute of Geospheric Dynamics, Russian Academy of Sciences, as are geomagnetic variations from observatories of the INTERMAGNET network during the explosive eruption of Hunga–Tonga–Hunga–Ha’apai volcano on January 15, 2001. It is shown that the volcanic explosion was accompanied by wave disturbances of the atmosphere and strong variations in the magnetic and electric fields at significant epicentral distances. Together with Lamb waves caused at the explosion epicenter, we registered waves caused by a virtual source located in the antipode, as well as secondary and tertiary direct (from the explosion epicenter) and antipode waves indicating that the wave atmospheric signal skirts the Earth three times. The source energy estimated by the typical frequency in the signal spectrum is ~1018 J, which corresponds to a ~200 Mt TNT explosion with recalculation to the explosive source. It is shown that the volcanic explosion was responsible for the global variations in the electric and magnetic fields. More... »

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362-367

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