Determining whether a volcanic area exhibits seismicity and identifying the rates and types of signals that are occurring are important diagnostic tools for assessing volcanic unrest. We present an analysis of seismicity recorded with a single available sensor, and some parameters that we can determine from it, to demonstrate the level of unrest and encourage future studies about the nature of Mexico's Ceboruco Volcano and its hazards.

With a single station it is possible to determine whether there is seismic activity occurring near the volcano and to study some important aspects related to the seismic signals detected. In these circumstances,...

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