Internship: Water, ice, and alteration - airborne geophysical...

Internship: Water, ice, and alteration - airborne geophysical...

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Water, ice, and alteration - airborne geophysical imaging of active volcanic systems

Summary: The USGS will soon collect airborne geophysical data over the iconic hydrothermal features of Yellowstone National Park to study the subsurface plumbing, alteration, and mineralization. Other airborne data over Iliamna Volcano, Alaska are also being used to address flank collapse, a hazard which may trigger lahars and eruptions. Expertise is needed to analyze the geophysical data over these active volcanoes.

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