Underwater volcano disaster - an Oxford Sparks Animation
19 Mar 2014
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...
An assessment of hydrothermal alteration in the Santiaguito lava dome complex, Guatemala: implications for dome collapse hazards
28 Feb 2013
A combination of field mapping, geochemistry, and remote sensing methods has been employed to determine the extent of hydrothermal alteration and assess the potential for failure at the Santiaguito lava dome complex, Guatemala. The 90-year-old complex of four lava domes has only experienced...
Volcanic clouds observed by the A-Train satellite constellation
12 Mar 2012
A collection of images showing volcanic eruption clouds detected by NASA's A-Train satellite constellation, which includes the Aqua, CALIPSO, CloudSat and Aura satellites. These examples demonstrate the unique ability of the A-Train to provide coincident, multi-spectral, active and passive remote...
Satellite remote sensing of volcanic SO2 emissions
29 Nov 2011
Why measure volcanic emissions from space?
29 Nov 2011
GPS and Volcano Monitoring
11 Aug 2011
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)...
Eyjafjallajökull, volcanic clouds and aviation - one year on
05 Aug 2011
A workshop at the 2011 IUGG General Assembly in Melbourne, Australia, lead by Andrew Tupper (Australian Bureau of Meteorology), Fred Prata (Norwegian Institute for Air Research), and Arnau Folch (Barcelona Supercomputing Center).The Eyjafjallajokull eruption, resulting in ground and air...
Volcano Monitoring Workshops II : IUGG 2011
16 Jul 2011
Organized by Jeffrey Johnson & Eliza CalderWorkshop Title: Ground-Based and Remote Sensing of Volcanic UnrestThe workshop involved seven talks focused on fundamental tools used for monitoring and scientific investigation of active volcanic systems. Lectures emphasized emerging technologies,...
Remote Sensing of Volcanic Gas Emissions
29 Jun 2011
This presentation is part of the workshop "Volcanic Hazards and Remote Sensing in Pacific Latin America" held in Costa Rica in January 2011.Speaker: Simon Carn
New Techniques and Technologies for Remote Sensing of Volcanic Ash and SO2 Gas
29 Jun 2011
This presentation is part of the workshop "Volcanic Hazards and Remote Sensing in Pacific Latin America" held in Costa Rica in January 2011.Speaker: Fred PrataFred Prata
Observing volcanic clouds
29 Jun 2011
This presentation is part of the workshop "Volcanic Hazards and Remote Sensing in Pacific Latin America" held in Costa Rica in January 2011.Speaker: William I. Rose
13 May 2011
OMIplot is a software package that can be used to ingest, visualize and analyze sulfur dioxide (SO2) data from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) aboard NASA's Aura satellite. The OMI SO2 measurements can be used to track drifting volcanic eruption clouds and study volcanic degassing. OMI...
More Volcanic Ash Remote Sensing
27 Apr 2011
Environmental aspects of volcanic clouds as investigated by remote sensing tools. Ice in volcanic clouds. Separation of ash and SO2 in volcanic clouds.Rose, W. I., D. J. Delene, D. J. Schneider, G. J. S. Bluth, A. J. Krueger, I. Sprod, C. McKee, H. L. Davies and G. G. J. Ernst, 1995, Ice in the...
PASI: Volcanic Hazards and Remote Sensing in Pacific Latin America
11 Jan 2011
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...
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.