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  1. 1st IAVCEI/GVM Workshop: "From Volcanic Hazard to Risk Assessment", Geneva, 27-29 June 2018

    18 Dec 2018

    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...

  2. bent: A model of plumes in crossflow

    11 Nov 2010 | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    Bent is an integral trajectory model for calculation of plume parameters in the presence of a crossflow (wind). It has been validated against data for eruptions from Kliuchevskoi and Avachinskiy volcanoes, Russia.

  3. Confort 15 (Conflow improvement)

    22 Apr 2016 | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    We present an updated version of the Conflow model, an open-source numerical model for flow in eruptive conduits during steady-state pyroclastic eruptions (Mastin and Ghiorso, 2000). In the Confort 15 program, several updates were considered:The rheological parameters of the model are...

  4. Documentation for "Effect of particle entrainment on the runout of pyroclastic density currents"

    08 Sep 2016 | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    This is a repository for the data and script used in, "Effect of particle entrainment on the runout of pyroclastic density currents."Here you will find:1. A compilation of splash function experimental data from this study and data that was extracted from seven other studies:...

  5. dWind

    27 Jul 2010 | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    UPDATE: A new version of dWind is now available as part of the TephraProb package here: https://vhub.org/resources/4094It allows to download wind data from both the NOAA NCEP Reanalysis 1 and the ECMWF Era-Interim datasets and provides a variety of functions to plot and analyse wind...

  6. ECMapProb

    18 Jul 2019

    Probability map of PDC by using a modifed approach of the energy cone model and topographic information derived from the SRTM 30 m elevation model.

  7. eject model

    30 Nov 2021

    Eject is a user-friendly model that calculates the trajectories of blocks that are ballistically ejected from volcanic craters. It has also been used to calculate ballistic trajectories of other objects in other other settings, including missiles and bullets.Details are at:The attached zip...

  8. Eyjafjallajokull WMO meeting, Geneva, Bursik presentation

    30 Nov 2021 | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    Presentation given at WMO, Geneva, Switzerland by M. Bursik, attempting to summarize work of this group to date (18 Oct 2010).LaTeXNSF-RAPID grant EAR-1041775, Icelandic Meteorological Office

  9. Geochemistry and Petrology first response draft

    30 Nov 2021

    Here are the documents which were presented at the meeting on the 27th of August. Please feel free to download, edit, and then update the files stored here.

  10. GeoProMT v1.0 - Geospatial Project Management Tool

    30 Nov 2021 | Data Sets/Collections

    The Geospatial Project Management Tool (GeoProMT) is a web-based tool for management of shared geo-spatial and multi-temporal data such as GIS data and remotely sensed images. Integral to the GeoProMT framework is role-based access control (RBAC), where data access permissions and data users are...

  11. MAMMA (Magma Ascent Mathematical Modeling and Analysis)

    30 Nov 2021 | Tools

    1D-steady state model for volcanic conduits

  12. Mapping a 49 year old eruption of a basaltic cone: Pacaya Guatemala

    30 Nov 2021 | Presentations

    This presentation summarizes the 50 year eruption and the 3 dimensional map produced. The map, prepared as part of an MS thesis by Ruben Otoniel Matias Gomez, is under review as a Map and Chart Series publication by the GSA. The lecture summarizes the situation at Pacaya, and uses Matias' map as...

  13. Norma

    30 Nov 2021 | Tools

    A tool to calculate the Barth-Niggli and CIPW norms from whole-rock chemistry

  14. Numerical fallout models: An introduction based on Suzuki (1983)

    30 Nov 2021 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    Suzuki, T., 1983. A theoretical model for dispersion of tephra, in: D. Shimozuru and I. Yokoyama (eds) Arc Volcanism: Physics and Tectonics, Terra Scientific Publishing, Tokyo, 95-116.

  15. Olive

    30 Nov 2021 | Tools

    Olive 2.1.1 a simple fractional crystallization calculator.

  16. PASI: Volcanic Hazards and Remote Sensing in Pacific Latin America

    30 Nov 2021 | Workshops | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    http://www.geo.mtu.edu/~raman/PASI2011The Open Vent Volcanoes PASI in Costa Rica gathered 60 scientists from 13 countries to build scientific networking in the transdisciplinary field of volcanology in January 2011. The accelerating application of field measurements and remote sensing to...

  17. PASI: Volcanic Hazards and Remote Sensing in Pacific Latin America

    30 Nov 2021 | Workshops

    http://www.geo.mtu.edu/~raman/PASI2011The Open Vent Volcanoes PASI in Costa Rica gathered 60 scientists from 13 countries to build scientific networking in the transdisciplinary field of volcanology in January 2011. The accelerating application of field measurements and remote sensing to...

  18. Petrological INput - Graphical oUtput

    30 Nov 2021 | Tools

    A tool to plot geochemical data in petrology

  19. 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 | Offline Tools | Contributor(s): Marcus I Bursik

    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...

  20. Shawn's Contribution

    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.