The study of volcano infrasound is becoming increasingly popular (Johnson and Ripepe, 2011; Fee and Matoza, 2013) with analysis of the recorded signals contributing to our understanding of eruption dynamics and enhancing capabilities in remote monitoring of volcanoes. Multiple studies have determined the source locations of the infrasound from volcanic eruptions. For example, Ripepe and Marchetti (2002) analyzed infrasound records for events occurring at Stromboli volcano. The authors successfully located different active vents in the craters to a horizontal resolution within a few tens of meters. Additionally, Jones and Johnson (2011) identified a migrating source of infrasound...

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