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Fig. 4 | Journal of Applied Volcanology

Fig. 4

From: Rapid emergency assessment of ash and gas hazard for future eruptions at Santorini Volcano, Greece

Fig. 4

The average number of days, for the six scenario variants identified in Table 3, during the course of the one or two-year simulated most likely eruptions, as computed by the TEPHRA2 model, that the daily deposit exceeded 1 g/m2, approximately related to the onset of ash fall and reduced air quality. Santorini Weak cases where no aggregation or event clustering is simulated (‘Typical’) result in the highest hazard: approximately two days in every week at Port Athinios

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