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  1. Dome rock densification parameters

    25 Oct 2020

  2. Chaotic Mixing Device

    25 Oct 2020

    Description of device for chaotic mixing experiments developed at LMU München

  3. Underwater volcano disaster - an Oxford Sparks Animation

    25 Oct 2020

    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...

  4. New Methods and Computer Codes for Volcanic Modelling

    25 Oct 2020

    This workshop was undertaken before the IAVCEI conference in July 2013, complementing the session on "Stress, strain and mass changes at active volcanoes. It brings together seismic and geodetic methods and computational approaches for modelling volcanic processes.Material presented includes:1....

  5. GPS and Volcano Monitoring

    25 Oct 2020

    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)...

  6. Large Scale Experiments on Volcanic Processes (EOS)

    25 Oct 2020

    Some of the least understood and most hazardous geologic processes involve complex multiphase flows, particularly those related to explosive volcanic eruptions. These phenomena inherently involve a wide range of characteristic length and time scales, as well as processes that are coupled across...

  7. Shawn's Contribution

    25 Oct 2020 | 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.