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Instrument Request for CGV (201908)

Name: CGV

Long Name: Chile Glacial Volcano Experiment


In early 2019, a temporary deployment of a small network of seismic and acoustic instruments will take place at a glacially-covered active volcano in Southern Chile. The current target volcano is Cerro Hudson, although this may be subject to change due to logistical issues and the changes in volcanic activity in the region. We will deploy 8 PASSCAL broadband instruments for a period of up to 3 months. The aim of the project is two-fold: to assess the activity levels of the little studied volcano, and to develop improved techniques for monitoring volcanoes in glacial regions.

Scheduled Requests
# Request Id Leaves PIC Dock Returns to PIC Dock Updated
1 S5134-3516 2019-01-01 2019-06-01 2018-10-04 13:00:22
Type Instrument Quantity
Sensor Broadband 8
Datalogger Three Channel 16
Collaborators & Roles
PI Organization Role
Oliver Lamb University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Principal Investigator (PI)
Jonathan Lees University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Co-PI
Funded Funding Date Award # NSF Letter Letter Due
Yes 2018-07-01 No N/A

Funding Agencies & Programs

Agency Program
NOT LISTED (Describe in General Comments below) NOT LISTED (Describe in General Comments below)
Using the PI's current contact information as the billing contact.
Experiment Support
If the experiment requires additional support, it will be listed below.

Passcal Staff? No

Computer Support? Yes

Field Coordination? No

SSF Coordination? No

Coordination Notes:

Location & Environment
Southwest Coordinates:
Latitude -38.897
Longitude -71.93
Northeast Coordinates:
Latitude -38.497
Longitude -71.53


Geographic Location:

Cerro Hudson volcano, Chile