Installation of AVO's new seismic and GNSS network at Mt. Edgecumbe volcano, August 20-29 2023.   AVO field technician Max Kaufman and UAF Geodesy professor Ronni Grapenthin construct a new GNSS antenna monument at site EDCR on Crater Ridge. 12 ft long by 1" stainless steel rods are driven 7 ft into the ground, and welded together at the top.  Mt Edgecumbe sits in the background with a nice lenticular cloud cap.

Installation of AVO's new seismic and GNSS network at Mt. Edgecumbe volcano, August 20-29 2023. AVO field technician Max Kaufman and UAF Geodesy professor Ronni Grapenthin construct a new GNSS antenna monument at site EDCR on Crater Ridge. 12 ft long by 1" stainless steel rods are driven 7 ft into the ground, and welded together at the top. Mt Edgecumbe sits in the background with a nice lenticular cloud cap.

Date: Aug 25th, 2023
Volcano(es): Edgecumbe
Photographer: Kaufman, Max
URL: avo.alaska.edu/image/view/194884
Location:

Latitude: 57.0717871

Longitude: -135.7007809


Image courtesy of the AVO/UAF-GI.
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