Recent advances in volcano seismology such as the measurement from seismic noise of subtle decreases of seismic velocities preceding volcanic eruptions (Brenguier et al. 2008; Duputel et al. 2009) or the precise localization of volcano-hydrothermal microseismic tremor sources (Taisne et al. 2011; Cros et al. 2011) have emerged from the analysis of long-term, continuous, and high-quality seismic data. There is thus an increasing need for high-resolution continuous seismic data in volcanic environments to improve our knowledge of fundamental volcanic processes such as deep magma transfers, volcanic unrest, magma transport, and eruptions.

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