Workshop on the Impacts associated with the primary fallout of volcanic ash and subsequent aeolian remobilisation, Consensual Document
19 May 2020 | Workshops | Contributor(s): Lucia Dominguez, Costanza Bonadonna, Donaldo Bran
The inherent complexity associated with volcanic eruptions and their relationship with societies requires innovative strategies about how we assess and manage risk. The 2011 Cordón Caulle eruption (2011-CC) demonstrated the additional complexity associated with secondary hazards and...
1st IAVCEI/GVM Workshop: "From Volcanic Hazard to Risk Assessment", Geneva, 27-29 June 2018
18 Dec 2018 | Workshops | Contributor(s): Costanza Bonadonna, Sebastien Biass, Eliza S Calder, Corine Frischknecht, Chris Eric Gregg, Susanna Jenkins, Sue C Loughlin, Scira Menoni, Shinji Takarada, Tom Wilson
The complexity of volcanic risk analysis typically resides in the interaction of multiple hazard, vulnerability and exposure aspects dynamically acting over various spatial and temporal scales. Risk analyses provide an evidence-based approach to development and implementation of proactive...
2nd IUGG-WMO Workshop on Ash Dispersal Forecast and Civil Aviation, Consensual Document
18 Feb 2014 | Workshops | Contributor(s): Costanza Bonadonna, Peter W Webley, Matthew Craig Hort, Arnau Folch, Sue C Loughlin, Herbert Puempel
An international expert community of volcano observatories, academic scientists, volcanic ash advisory centres and representatives of aviation regulators, engine manufacturers and airlines met in Geneva on 18-20 November 2013 to discuss progress on ash dispersal forecasting and produce a roadmap...
Large-Scale Experiments Workshop
08 Oct 2010 | Workshops | Contributor(s): Greg A Valentine, Pierfrancesco Dellino, Costanza Bonadonna, Amanda Bachtell Clarke
This workshop aimed at developing research priorities and initial design concepts for an international user facility for large-scale experimentation on volcanic processes.Agenda .pdfPresentationsIntroduction by Greg Valentine .pdf .movIntegrating numerical and laboratory models of explosive...