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  1. Plots of Wind Patterns of the World's Volcanoes

    07 Feb 2018 | Contributor(s): Larry G Mastin

    This product includes rose diagrams and tables of wind patterns at volcanoes listed in the Smithsonian Institution’s Volcanoes of the World Database.  At each volcano, the speed and direction of wind above the volcano were read from output of the NCEP/NCAR Reanalysis 1 model, at...

  2. Molten Fuel Coolant Interaction: tx08

    02 Feb 2018 | Contributor(s): Greg A Valentine, Bernd Zimanowski, Ingo Sonder, Alison Graettinger, Andrew Harp

    Date: 2015-05-20Location: Physikalisch Vulkanologisches Labor, Universität Würzburg, GermanyMolten Fuel Coolant Interaction with Remelted Volcanic Rock. Mixing of ambient temperature water at 3.6 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at...

  3. Molten Fuel Coolant Interaction: tx02

    02 Feb 2018 | Contributor(s): Greg A Valentine, Bernd Zimanowski, Ingo Sonder, Alison Graettinger, Andrew Harp

    Date: 2015-05-20Location: Physikalisch Vulkanologisches Labor, Universität Würzburg, GermanyMolten Fuel Coolant Interaction with Remelted Volcanic Rock. Mixing of ambient temperature water at 3.6 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at...

  4. A Database of a Korean Corporation on Volcanic Disasters

    18 Jan 2018 | Contributor(s): Cuber Solution, jaehee BAEK

    please feel free to send us any ideas or opinions.

  5. A Database of a Korean Corporation on Volcanic Disasters

    17 Jan 2018 | Contributor(s): Cuber Solution, jaehee BAEK

    a public database about volcanic disasters, so far.please feel free to send me any ideas or opinions.

  6. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir03

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-10Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 1.9 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  7. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir04

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-12Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.7 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  8. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir05

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-12Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.7 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  9. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir06

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-24Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.5 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  10. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir07

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-24Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 1.8 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  11. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir12

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-09-21Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.2 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  12. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir13

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-11-02Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.5 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  13. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir14

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-11-27Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.3 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  14. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir15

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-11-27Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 4.5 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  15. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir16

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2017-01-21Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.7 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  16. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: pr05

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2017-09-13Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 1.5 bar with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our explosive...

  17. PYFLOW_2.0. A new tool for estimating the impact parameters and the deposition rate and time of dilute PDCs based on field data

    22 Nov 2017 | Contributor(s): Daniela Mele, Pierfrancesco Dellino, Fabio Dioguardi

    PYFLOW_2.0 is a hazard tool for the calculation of the impact parameters of dilute pyroclastic density currents (DPDCs). DPDCs represent the dilute turbulent type of gravity flows that occur during explosive volcanic eruptions; their hazard is the result of their mobility and the capability...

  18. Umbrella_MER

    17 Nov 2017 | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    This is the version of the code for Umbrella_MER as of 17 Nov 17.  

  19. Lonquimay 88-89

    27 Oct 2017 | Contributor(s): Belén Cartes

    English: The contribution includes the dispersion of tephra emitted during the eruptive cycle from 1988 to 1989 of Lonquimay volcano, in the region of Araucania, ChileEspañol: La constribucion abarcara la disperción de tefra emitida durante el ciclo eruptivo de 1988 a 1989 del...

  20. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: pr06

    05 Oct 2017 | Contributor(s): Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2017-09-26Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 1.5 bar with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our explosive...