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Intercomparison of SO<sub>2</sub> camera systems for imaging volcanic gas plumes

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Kern C, Lübcke P, Bobrowski N, Campion R, Mori T, François J-F, Stebel K, Tamburello G, Burton M, Platt U, Prata F (2015) Intercomparison of SO 2 camera systems for imaging volcanic gas plumes. J Volcanol Geotherm Res 300:1–39. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2014.08.026

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SO2 camera systems are increasingly being used to image volcanic gas plumes. The ability to derive SO2 emission rates directly from the acquired imagery at high time resolution allows volcanic process studies that incorporate other high time-resolution datasets. Though the general principles behind the SO2 camera have remained the same for a number of years, recent advances in CCD technology and an improved understanding of the physics behind the measurements have driven a continuous evolution of the camera systems. Here we present an intercomparison of seven different SO2 cameras. In the first part of the experiment, the various technical designs are compared and the advantages and drawbacks of individual design options are considered. [...]

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