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Listen to the song of Cotopaxi

There is a story at Ars Technica titled "Scientists look to music of volcanos to better monitor eruptions", reachable via:

"Volcanos make their own kind of music, typically emitting a lot of rumblings in the infrasound regime...This is relevant to eruption prediction because those signals seem to get stronger just before a volcano blows, as with the 1998 eruption of Japan's Sakurajima volcano, or the 2015 eruption of Cotopaxi in Ecuador."

You can listen to Cotopaxi breathe and see an accompanying slide show at the bottom of the story in the above link.

Dave Sailer:

City: Bahía de Caráquez