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  1. During volcanic crisis, effective risk mitigation requires that institutions and local people respond promptly to protect lives and livelihoods. In this paper, we ask: over what timescales do explosive paroxysmal...

    Authors: Ailsa K. Naismith, Jeremy Phillips, Jenni Barclay, M. Teresa Armijos, I. Matthew Watson, William Chigna and Gustavo Chigna
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2024 13:3
  2. Auckland city (pop. 1.7 M) is Aotearoa New Zealand’s largest city and an important economic hub. The city is built upon the active intraplate basaltic Auckland Volcanic Field (AVF). An AVF eruption would cause...

    Authors: Siena Brody-Heine, Marwan Katurji, Carol Stewart, Thomas Wilson, Elaine R. Smid and Rosa Trancoso
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2024 13:2
  3. The recent destruction of thousands of homes by lava flows from La Palma volcano, Canary Islands, and Nyiragongo volcano, Democratic Republic of Congo, serves as a reminder of the devastating impact that lava ...

    Authors: Elinor S. Meredith, Susanna F. Jenkins, Josh L. Hayes, David Lallemant, Natalia I. Deligne and Natalie R. X. Teng
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2024 13:1
  4. Following explosive eruptions, loading from tephra fall deposits can lead to roof collapse. However, the load may be reduced significantly by tephra sliding on pitched roofs. We present small-scale laboratory ...

    Authors: Sara Osman, Mark Thomas, Julia Crummy, Anna Sharp and Steve Carver
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:11
  5. We present FlowDIR, a MATLAB tool that rapidly and objectively quantifies future travel direction probabilities for topographically controlled hazardous flows, based on analysis of summit topography. FlowDIR c...

    Authors: Eleanor Tennant, Susanna F. Jenkins and Sébastien Biass
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:10
  6. An operational volcanic ash dispersion forecast system was developed for Popocatépetl. It runs automatically every day developing 108 possible scenarios of ash dispersion for the following 36 h. Scenarios are ...

    Authors: Agustin R. García, J. Zavala-Hidalgo, H. Delgado-Granados, J. Garcia-Escalante, O. Gómez-Ramos and D. Herrera-Moro
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:9
  7. The IAVCEI Working Group on Hazard Mapping has been active since 2014 and has facilitated several activities to enable sharing of experiences of how volcanic hazard maps are developed and used around the world...

    Authors: Jan M. Lindsay, Danielle Charlton, Mary Anne Thompson Clive, Daniel Bertin, Sarah Ogburn, Heather Wright, John Ewert, Eliza S. Calder and Bastian Steinke
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:8
  8. During a volcanic crisis, evacuation is the most effective mitigation measure to preserve life. However, the decision to call an evacuation is typically complex and challenging, in part due to uncertainties re...

    Authors: Alec J. Wild, M. S. Bebbington, J. M. Lindsay and N. I. Deligne
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:7
  9. The Aso-4 explosive eruption on Kyushu, Japan, 89,500 years ago was one of the biggest eruptions in the last one hundred millennia, with a magnitude of approximately M8. Modern society requires the likelihood ...

    Authors: Willy Aspinall, R. Stephen J. Sparks, Brittain E. Hill, Antonio Costa, Charles Connor, Hirohito Inakura, Toshiaki Hasenaka, Masaya Miyoshi, Koji Kiyosugi, Tomohiro Tsuji and Masashi Ushioda
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:5
  10. The Icelandic Meteorological Office maintains a national network of webcams designed and built in house for environmental monitoring. During the 2021 Fagradalsfjall eruption these cameras, along with a tempora...

    Authors: Talfan Barnie, Tryggvi Hjörvar, Manuel Titos, Eysteinn M. Sigurðsson, Sighvatur K. Pálsson, Bergur Bergsson, Þorgils Ingvarsson, Melissa Anne Pfeffer, Sara Barsotti, Þórður Arason, Vilhjálmur S. Þorvaldsson, Sibylle von Löwis of Menar and Björn Oddsson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:4
  11. Volcano disaster risk management during a crisis requires continuous and intensive risk communication with the public. However, to have the desired public response during a crisis, it is necessary to improve t...

    Authors: Supriyati D. Andreastuti, Eko T. Paripurno, Subandriyo Subandriyo, Devy K. Syahbana and Ardhy S. Prayoga
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:3
  12. In this work we present the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI) Commission on Volcanic Hazards and Risk (CVHR) Volcanic Hazard Maps Database and the accompan...

    Authors: Sarah E. Ogburn, Danielle Charlton, Diana Norgaard, Heather M. Wright, Eliza S. Calder, Jan Lindsay, John Ewert, Shinji Takarada and Yasuhisa Tajima
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2023 12:2
  13. A physics-based model to estimate source conditions for a tephra-dispersal model is developed. The source condition is generally expressed by a distribution of released particles along an eruption plume (refer...

    Authors: Kensuke Ishii, Akira Nishijo, Takehiro Koyaguchi and Yujiro J. Suzuki
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:15
  14. Tephra fallout is a potential hazard to livelihoods, critical infrastructure, and health, even in areas that are far from volcanoes. Therefore, it is important to quantitatively evaluate tephra fall hazards fo...

    Authors: Shimpei Uesawa, Kiyoshi Toshida, Shingo Takeuchi and Daisuke Miura
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:14
  15. The 180,000 km2 of Arabian lava fields (“harrats” in Arabic) form one of the largest distributed basaltic provinces in the world. The most recent eruption in 1256 AD, on the outskirts of Medina, as well as shallo...

    Authors: Abdullah Alohali, Daniel Bertin, Shanaka de Silva, Shane Cronin, Robert Duncan, Saleh Qaysi and Mohammed R. Moufti
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:12
  16. A probabilistic volcanic hazard assessment (PVHA) for Ceboruco volcano (Mexico) is reported using PyBetVH, an e-tool based on the Bayesian Event Tree (BET) methodology. Like many volcanoes, Ceboruco is under-m...

    Authors: Robert Constantinescu, Karime González-Zuccolotto, Dolors Ferrés, Katrin Sieron, Claus Siebe, Charles Connor, Lucia Capra and Roberto Tonini
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:11
  17. Within the framework of the CIEST2 (Cellule d'Intervention d'Expertise Scientifique et Technique new generation) and thanks to the support of CNES, the French space agency, the first phase of the Fagradalsfjall e...

    Authors: Mathieu Gouhier, Virginie Pinel, Joaquín M. C. Belart, Marcello De Michele, Catherine Proy, Claire Tinel, Etienne Berthier, Yannick Guéhenneux, Magnus Tumi Gudmundsson, Birgir V. Óskarsson, Shan Gremion, Daniel Raucoules, Sébastien Valade, Francesco Massimetti and Bjorn Oddsson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:10
  18. Tephra fall can lead to significant additional loading on roofs. Understanding the relevant geomechanical properties of tephra is critical when assessing the vulnerability of buildings to tephra fall and desig...

    Authors: Sara Osman, Mark Thomas, Julia Crummy and Stephen Carver
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:9
  19. Road networks in volcanically active regions can be exposed to various volcanic hazards from multiple volcanoes. Exposure assessments are often used in these environments to prioritise risk management and miti...

    Authors: Josh L. Hayes, Sébastien Biass, Susanna F. Jenkins, Elinor S. Meredith and George T. Williams
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:8
  20. In Ecuador, a country with several active volcanoes and with four eruptions in the last decade in the continental arc, it is very likely that high-voltage transmission lines cross volcanic hazard zones on thei...

    Authors: Juan Ramírez, Francisco J. Vasconez, Alex López, Fausto Valencia, Franklin Quilumba, Anais Vásconez Müller, Silvana Hidalgo and Benjamin Bernard
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:7
  21. Southeast Asia is home to a large number of active and well-studied volcanoes, the majority of which are located in Indonesia and the Philippines. Northern Southeast Asia (Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and...

    Authors: Andrea Verolino, Susanna F. Jenkins, Kerry Sieh, Jason S. Herrin, Dayana Schonwalder-Angel, Vanpheng Sihavong and Jee Hon Oh
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:6
  22. The Mount Meager Volcanic Complex (Mount Meager) is a glacier-clad stratovolcanic system in southwestern British Columbia which last erupted over 2400 years ago (VEI 4). While this is Canada’s most recent majo...

    Authors: Rachel Warwick, Glyn Williams-Jones, Melanie Kelman and Jeffrey Witter
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:5
  23. Anticipating the size of the next volcanic eruption in long-term forecasts is a major problem in both basic and applied volcanology. In this study, we investigate the extent to which eruption size is predictab...

    Authors: Paul Colosi and Emily E. Brodsky
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:4
  24. In November 2019, the fourth Volcano Observatory Best Practices workshop was held in Mexico City as a series of talks, discussions, and panels. Volcanologists from around the world offered suggestions for ways...

    Authors: J. B. Lowenstern, K. Wallace, S. Barsotti, L. Sandri, W. Stovall, B. Bernard, E. Privitera, J.-C. Komorowski, N. Fournier, C. Balagizi and E. Garaebiti
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:3
  25. Effective and rapid effusive crisis response is necessary to mitigate the risks associated with lava flows that could threaten or inundate inhabited or visited areas. At Piton de la Fournaise (La Réunion, Fran...

    Authors: Aline Peltier, Magdalena Oryaëlle Chevrel, Andrew J. L. Harris and Nicolas Villeneuve
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:2
  26. This paper studies the news coverage of the 2014 Mt. Ontake eruption disaster from 2015 to 2019, and the public response to the fifth anniversary coverage. Information on the issues regarding the risk of low-f...

    Authors: Ko Yamada
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2022 11:1
  27. Lahars pose a significant risk to communities, particularly those living near snow-capped volcanoes. Flows of mud and debris, typically but not necessarily triggered by volcanic activity, can have huge impacts...

    Authors: Lauren J. Vinnell, Emma E. Hudson-Doyle, David M. Johnston, Julia S. Becker, Lucy Kaiser, Michael K. Lindell, Ann Bostrom, Chris Gregg, Maximilian Dixon and Brian Terbush
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:10
  28. Lahars are rapid flows composed of water and volcaniclastic sediments, which have the potential to impact residential buildings and critical infrastructure as well as to disrupt critical services, especially i...

    Authors: Alessandro Gattuso, Costanza Bonadonna, Corine Frischknecht, Sabatino Cuomo, Valérie Baumann, Marco Pistolesi, Sebastien Biass, J. Ramon Arrowsmith, Mariagiovanna Moscariello and Mauro Rosi
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:9
  29. Mount Pelée (Martinique) is one of the most active volcanoes in the Lesser Antilles arc with more than 34 magmatic events in the last 24,000 years, including the deadliest eruption of the 20th century. The curren...

    Authors: Audrey Michaud-Dubuy, Guillaume Carazzo and Edouard Kaminski
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:8
  30. Risk assessments in volcanic contexts are complicated by the multi-hazard nature of both unrest and eruption phases, which frequently occur over a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. As an attempt to ca...

    Authors: Costanza Bonadonna, Corine Frischknecht, Scira Menoni, Franco Romerio, Chris E. Gregg, Mauro Rosi, Sebastien Biass, Ali Asgary, Marco Pistolesi, Dehrick Guobadia, Alessandro Gattuso, Antonio Ricciardi and Chiara Cristiani
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:7
  31. This study looks at the 2014 Mayon Volcano eruption to identify possible factors that contribute to the actions that people (local authorities/officials, community leaders, and residents) take during an erupti...

    Authors: Ma. Mylene Martinez-Villegas, Renato U. Solidum Jr., Jean A. Saludadez, Abigail C. Pidlaoan and Ruben C. Lamela
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:6
  32. The destruction caused by ballistic ejecta from the phreatic eruptions of Mt. Ontake in 2014 and Mt. Kusatsu-Shirane (Mt. Moto-Shirane) in 2018 in Japan, which resulted in numerous casualties, highlighted the ...

    Authors: Hiroyuki Yamada, Kohei Tateyama, Shino Naruke, Hisashi Sasaki, Shinichi Torigata, Ryo Honda, Tomohiro Kubo, Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto and Toshitsugu Fujii
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:5
  33. While a landslide at the volcanic island of Stromboli (Aeolian Islands, Italy) in December 2002 created a tsunami with a run-up of 10.9 m, two paroxysmal eruptions in the summer of 2019 caused a tsunami with a...

    Authors: Emmie M. Bonilauri, Andrew J. L. Harris, Julie Morin, Maurizio Ripepe, Domenico Mangione, Giorgio Lacanna, Stefano Ciolli, Maria Cusolito and Pauline Deguy
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:4
  34. Volcanoes have dormancy periods that may last decades to centuries meaning that eruptions at volcanoes with no historical records of eruptions are common. Baseline monitoring to detect the early stages of reaw...

    Authors: Juliet Biggs, Fikret Dogru, Ayse Dagliyar, Fabien Albino, Stanley Yip, Sarah Brown, Nantheera Anantrasirichai and Gökhan Atıcı
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:2
  35. In this work we couple the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm with the volcanic ash transport model Tephra2, and present the coupled algorithm as a new method to estimate the Eruption Source Parameters of volcanic eru...

    Authors: Qingyuan Yang, E. Bruce Pitman, Marcus Bursik and Susanna F. Jenkins
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2021 10:1
  36. Tephra from large explosive eruptions can cause damage to buildings over wide geographical areas, creating a variety of issues for post-eruption recovery. This means that evaluating the extent and nature of li...

    Authors: George T. Williams, Susanna F. Jenkins, Sébastien Biass, Haryo Edi Wibowo and Agung Harijoko
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:10
  37. Lava flows have threatened and/or inundated inhabited areas and/or their supporting networks 38 times at 12 volcanoes in the past 70 years. A systematic evaluation of these events has not been undertaken, maki...

    Authors: Sophia W. R. Tsang and Jan M. Lindsay
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:9
  38. Lava flows can cause substantial physical damage to elements of the built environment. Often, lava flow impacts are assumed to be binary, i.e. cause complete damage if the lava flow and asset are in contact, o...

    Authors: Sophia W. R. Tsang, Jan M. Lindsay, Ben Kennedy and Natalia I. Deligne
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:8
  39. Lava flows can cause substantial and immediate damage to the built environment and affect the economy and society over days through to decades. Lava flow modelling can be undertaken to help stakeholders prepar...

    Authors: Sophia W. R. Tsang, Jan M. Lindsay, Giovanni Coco and Natalia I. Deligne
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:6
  40. The 2002–2003 eruption of Stromboli (Aeolian Islands, Italy) was one of Stromboli’s most important effusive events of the last two centuries and began on 28 December 2002. On 30 December 2002, two days after t...

    Authors: Laura Calabrò, Andrew J. L. Harris and Jean-Claude Thouret
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:5
  41. The recent awakening of the Cotopaxi volcano in Ecuador set the conditions to estimate and verify the possible effects of potential lahars on residential housing unit prices. About 300,000 people live in the L...

    Authors: Richard Caleb Echegaray-Aveiga, Fabian Rodríguez-Espinosa, Theofilos Toulkeridis and Richard Damian Echegaray-Aveiga
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:4
  42. In 2013, scientists implemented a binational exchange for emergency planners and responders in communities near Nevado del Ruiz in Colombia and volcanoes of the Cascade Range of the United States (US). This pr...

    Authors: Carolyn Driedger, Marta Calvache, Gloria Patricia Cortés, John Ewert, Jacqueline Montoya, Andy Lockhart, Robert Allen, Daniel Banks, Scott Beason, Harold Trujillo Bocanegra, Frances Burkhart, Kyle Bustad, Jaime Andres Gallego, Zane Gibson, Felix Ricardo Giraldo, Cesar Gutierrez…
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:3
  43. Following publication of the original article Witham et al., 2020, it was noticed a mistake of copyright holder name.

    Authors: Claire Witham, Sara Barsotti, Stéphanie Dumont, Björn Oddsson and Freysteinn Sigmundsson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:2

    The original article was published in Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:1

  44. A 3 day exercise simulating unrest and a large explosive eruption at Katla volcano, Iceland, was conducted in January 2016. A large volume of simulated data based on a complex, but realistic eruption scenario ...

    Authors: Claire Witham, Sara Barsotti, Stéphanie Dumont, Björn Oddsson and Freysteinn Sigmundsson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:1

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Applied Volcanology 2020 9:2

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