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Model-based assessment of geophysical observations for discovering volcano unrest.
Numerical modeling provides an efficient and flexible framework to conduct computational experiments to explore the geophysical processes underlying volcanic activity and extract useful information from geophysical observables. Indeed, inferences on the internal state of a volcano can be achieved only indirectly through the model-based assessment of geophysical observations gathered from $in situ$ and remote sensing monitoring networks. Practices lessons are here extracted from exemplary case studies at Etna volcano, where cutting-edge technological and scientific advances enable to discover geophysical reliable indicators of volcano unrest resulting from magma accumulation and migration processes.