2017 AGU Fall Meeting Session - V036: Volcanic Ash—Generation, Transport, Impacts, and Applications
20 Jun 2017 | Contributor(s): Peter W Webley
Dear all,We invite you to submit an abstract to our session and look forward to you joining us at AGU 2017 in New Orleans, December 11 - 15, 2017.V036: Volcanic Ash—Generation, Transport, Impacts, and ApplicationSession ID#:...
Titan2D Hazard Map Emulator Workflow Tool
24 Nov 2015 | *Tools | Contributor(s): Renette Jones-Ivey, bing zhang
Titan2D Hazard Map Emulator Workflow Tool
VUELCO deliverable 7.5: Guidelines for the best practice of scientific management of volcanic unrest
09 Sep 2015 | Publications | Contributor(s): dmitri rouwet
Volcanic eruption forecasting and hazard assessment are multi-disciplinary processes with scientific and social implications. Our limited knowledge and the randomness of the processes behind a volcanic eruption yields the need of quantifying uncertainties on volcano dynamics. With deterministic...
Underwater volcano disaster - an Oxford Sparks Animation
19 Mar 2014 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): David Pyle
A short (2 minute) animation of a subduction zone and volcano, introducing the processes involved in subduction, melting and volcanism.This animation can be used as a stand alone item, or in a classroom. We have developed some class activities around an exercise in volcano monitoring at an...
Implementation of material maps into the Titan2D simulation tool
29 Dec 2013 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Sylvain Charbonnier
These powerpoint slides describe how to create and use a GIS-classified map with varying basal friction angles with the Titan2d simulation tool. Users can also refer to the Titan user manual for additional information.
Purace Titan2d Ang Basal 14
29 May 2013 | *Data Sets/Collections | Contributor(s): Paola Andrea Narvaez
Simulación para el volcán Puracé del por medio de Titan2d, con un ángulo basal de valor de 14.
GPS and Volcano Monitoring
11 Aug 2011 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Jose Luis Palma
This presentation is part of the workshop "Volcanic Hazards and Remote Sensing in Pacific Latin America" held in Costa Rica in January 2011.Speaker: Chuck DeMets, University of Wisconsin-MadisonGPS and Volcano Monitoring .mp4Differential GPS as a Monitoring Tool on Volcano Santa Ana (Illamatepec)...
26 Jun 2011 | *Tools | Contributor(s): Jose Luis Palma
A viewer of the simulation results saved by Titan2D
Tutorial for using Titan2D on VHub
25 Jun 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): Sylvain Charbonnier
During this tutorial, we will go through a stock example and (1) learn how to enter the different input parameters for running a Titan2D simulation on Vhub, (2) run the simulation and (3) visualize the results using the freely available Paraview software.
DEM converter for Titan2D
15 Apr 2011 | *Tools | Contributor(s): Jose Luis Palma
Convert a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII format to a Titan2D readable format
Titan2d user manual (spanish)
28 Jan 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): Michael Sheridan
This is a translation of the Titan2D user manual by Teresita del Pilar Argoty.
22 Jan 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): Sarah Elizabeth Ogburn
Contains a list of references about TITAN2D, specifically a list of volcanoes and types of flows for which it has been used.
TITAN2D User Guide, Release 2.0, 2007
07 Jan 2011 | Educational Materials | Contributor(s): Abani Patra, E Bruce Pitman
This is a user guide for TITAN2D, Mass Flow Simulation Tool, created by the Geophysical Mass Flow Group (GMFG), University at Buffalo. Although this user guide describes the use of Titan2D via a python-built graphical user interface (GUI) that runs on linux machines (release 2.0, July 2007), this...
04 Aug 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): E Bruce Pitman, Abani Patra
This tutorial presents a derivation of the governing equations solved by TITAN2D, and the numerical method employed.
Titan2D Mass-Flow Simulation Tool
22 Mar 2010 | *Tools
Simulate mass flows on realistic terrains using adaptive mesh refinement.
24 Feb 2010 | Miscellaneous | Contributor(s): Shawn Rice, Nicholas J. Kisseberth
The contribution process is intended to be much like composing an e-mail: You'll start with writing the introduction and main content of your contribution and later attach files to it (video, PDFs, etc).The abstract is typically a one or two paragraph description of your contribution.