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  1. Validation data for manuscript "Novel statistical emulator construction for volcanic ash transport model Ash3d with physically-motivated measures"

    02 Sep 2020 | Contributor(s): Qingyuan Yang, E Bruce Pitman, Elaine Spiller, Marcus I Bursik, Andrea Bevilacqua

    This database presents the testing and validation data used and presented in the manuscript titled "Novel statistical emulator construction for volcanic ash transport model Ash3d with physically-motivated measures". The manuscript is submitted to the Proceedings of the Royal...

  2. New Methods and Computer Codes for Volcanic Modelling

    18 Jul 2013 | Contributor(s): Martha Kane Savage, Yosuke Aoki, Thomas Lecocq, Jess Johnson, Florent Brenguier, Benoit Taisne, Charles Williams, Nico Fournier

    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....

  3. VHAST

    04 Apr 2013 | Contributor(s): Gabriel Andrés Bernal

    VHAST (Volcanic Hazard Analysis and Simulation Tool)is a probabilistic volcanic hazard assessment software. It has been developed in Visual Basic .NET and runs on Windows XP or later. VHAST supports hazard analysis of lava flows, pyroclastic flows and ash fall, using simplified models.The...

  4. PyBetVH

    28 Mar 2012 | *Tools | Contributor(s): Roberto Tonini, Laura Sandri, Jacopo Selva, Warner Marzocchi

    Compute long-term volcanic hazard using the Bayesian Event Tree for Volcanic Hazard (BET_VH) model

  5. 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.