The identification of repeating earthquakes by waveform cross correlation (multiplet analysis) has many applications in the analysis of seismic data and is increasingly being applied to volcanic‐seismic datasets. Multiplet analysis can be used to evaluate stress changes at volcanoes, to constrain the depth of explosions, or to improve locations of small‐amplitude events (Buurman and West, 2010; Thelen et al., 2011; Battaglia et al., 2012; West, 2013). Repeating earthquakes often occur during tectonic earthquake sequences (Nadeau et al., 1995; Peng and Zhao, 2009), can occur within large regional seismic data...

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