List of oblique ionogram paths used here. The path length is the distance between transmitter and receiver. The sounding cadence of 5/10 min indicates that synchronised ionograms are produced alternatingly at five-minute and ten-minute intervals. The distances and azimuths to the eruption are calculated as in Table 1, from the midpoint of the oblique sounding path.
|PQ052||JR055||52.4°N, 14.0°E||518 km||15 min||16,123 km||31.4°|
|DB049||JR055||52.4°N, 8.8°E||780 km||5/10 min||16,285 km||23.2°|
|DB049||EB040||40.5°N, 2.6°E||1082 km||15 min||17,689 km||19.3°|
|EA036||EB040||39.0°N, 3.3°E||747 km||5/10 min||17,824 km||22.5°|
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