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  1. Ben Edwards

    I am especially interested in interactions between magma/lava/tephra and ice/snow/water. Most of my field work has been in Iceland, British Columbia, Russia and Alaska, with lesser work in...

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  2. Between cyclic eruptions (VUELCO meeting, Barcelona, 2013)

    20 Mar 2013 | Contributor(s):: Fabian Ben Wadsworth

    Volcanic unrest begins with precursory signals which are the detectable manifestation of dynamic subsurface changes. In 1997, Vulcanian eruptions from Soufrière Hills volcano (SHV), Montserrat, had a mean repose time of 9.5 hours and produced remarkably regular precursory signals. Cyclic...

  3. Chaotic Mixing Device

    09 May 2014 | Contributor(s):: Daniele Morgavi, Diego Perugini, Cristina P. De Campos, Werner Ertel-Ingrisch, Donald B. Dingwell

    Description of device for chaotic mixing experiments developed at LMU München

  4. Constraining conditions for phreatic eruptions and evaluating the influence of hydrothermal alteration on the process: an experimental approach (Vuelco mini conference Barcelona 2013)

    20 Mar 2013 | Contributor(s):: Klaus Mayer, Betty Scheu

    Phreatic eruptions are caused by rapid evaporation of hydrothermal fluids to steam with the resulting pore overpressure leading to fragmentation of overlying rocks.We investigate White Island (New Zealand) and the active volcanic sites Solfatara and Monte Nuovo in Campi Flegrei (Italy); further...

  5. Experimental approach to constrain phreatic eruption processes on White Island, New Zealand (IAVCEI 2013 poster presentation)

    06 Aug 2013 | Contributor(s):: Klaus Mayer, Betty Scheu, Yan Lavallee, Ben Kennedy, H. Albert Gilg, Michael Heap, Mark Letham, Cristian Montanaro, Laura Jacquemard, Noemie Pernin, Donald D. Dingwell

    White Island is New Zealand's most active volcano and primarily characterised by phreatic and phreatomagmatic eruptions. A phreatic eruption on August 2nd, 2012 ended an eleven year quiescence. More than 100 years ofintense hydrothermal activity from magmatic fluids and groundwater has created a...

  6. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir03

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-10Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 1.9 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  7. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir04

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-12Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.7 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  8. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir05

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-12Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.7 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  9. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir06

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-24Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.5 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  10. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir07

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-08-24Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 1.8 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  11. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir12

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-09-21Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.2 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  12. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir13

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-11-02Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.5 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  13. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir14

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-11-27Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.3 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  14. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir15

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2016-11-27Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 4.5 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  15. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: ir16

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2017-01-21Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 2.7 m/s injection speed with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our...

  16. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: pr05

    15 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2017-09-13Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 1.5 bar with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our explosive...

  17. Explosive Magma-Water Interaction: pr06

    05 Oct 2017 | Contributor(s):: Ingo Sonder

    Date: 2017-09-26Location: University at Buffalo, Geohazards Field Station, Springville/Ashford, NY, USA.Mixing of ambient temperature water at 1.5 bar with natural remelted (basaltic) volcanic rock at 1300ºC.This is video material was recorded for one of our explosive...

  18. Genevieve Robert

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  19. Hugh Tuffen

    I'm a Royal Society University Research Fellow and Lecturer at Lancaster University. My research addresses magma deformation, degassing and crystallization, using tools such as fieldwork,...

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  20. john B Hunt

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