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  1. Global Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) measurements made over the past decades provide insights into the lateral extent of magmatic domains, and capture volcanic process on scales useful for volcano monitoring....

    Authors: S. K. Ebmeier, B. J. Andrews, M. C. Araya, D. W. D. Arnold, J. Biggs, C. Cooper, E. Cottrell, M. Furtney, J. Hickey, J. Jay, R. Lloyd, A. L. Parker, M. E. Pritchard, E. Robertson, E. Venzke and J. L. Williamson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2018 7:2
  2. Recording probabilities for large-magnitude (M≥4) explosive eruptions are assessed regionally over the last 1000 years, using the LaMEVE database. Although the uncertainty is large, due to the scarcity of large e...

    Authors: Jonathan Rougier, R. Stephen J. Sparks and Katharine V. Cashman
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2018 7:1
  3. RiskScape is a free multi-hazard risk assessment software programme jointly developed by GNS Science and the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) in New Zealand. RiskScape has a modular ...

    Authors: Natalia I. Deligne, Nick Horspool, Silvia Canessa, Iain Matcham, George T. Williams, Grant Wilson and Thomas M. Wilson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:18
  4. Accurately predicting lava flow path behavior is critical for active crisis management operations. The advance and emplacement of pāhoehoe flows modifies and inverts pre-existing topography, prompting the need...

    Authors: Nicolas R. Turner, Ryan L. Perroy and Ken Hon
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:17
  5. Surface transportation networks are critical infrastructure that are frequently affected by volcanic ash fall. Disruption to surface transportation from volcanic ash is often complex with the severity of impac...

    Authors: Daniel Mark Blake, Natalia Irma Deligne, Thomas McDonald Wilson and Grant Wilson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:16
  6. Volcanoes can produce far-reaching hazards that extend distances of tens or hundreds of kilometres in large eruptions, or in certain conditions for smaller eruptions. About a tenth of the world’s population li...

    Authors: Sarah K. Brown, Susanna F. Jenkins, R. Stephen J. Sparks, Henry Odbert and Melanie R. Auker
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:15
  7. Volcanic risk assessment using probabilistic models is increasingly desired for risk management, particularly for loss forecasting, critical infrastructure management, land-use planning and evacuation planning...

    Authors: Grant Wilson, Thomas M. Wilson, Natalia I. Deligne, Daniel M. Blake and Jim W. Cole
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:14
  8. Mount Etna is Europe’s largest and most active volcano. In recent years, it has displayed enhanced explosive activity, causing concern amongst local inhabitants who frequently have to live with, and clean up, ...

    Authors: C. J. Horwell, P. Sargent, D. Andronico, M. D. Lo Castro, M. Tomatis, S. E. Hillman, S. A. K. Michnowicz and B. Fubini
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:12
  9. Many active European volcanoes and volcano observatories are island-based and located far from their administrative “mainland”. Consequently, Governments have developed multisite approaches, in which monitorin...

    Authors: A. J. L. Harris, N. Villeneuve, A. Di Muro, V. Ferrazzini, A. Peltier, D. Coppola, M. Favalli, P. Bachèlery, J.-L. Froger, L. Gurioli, S. Moune, I. Vlastélic, B. Galle and S. Arellano
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:11
  10. The preservation of thin (<300 mm thick) tephra falls was investigated at four sites in Papua New Guinea (PNG), Alaska and Washington, USA. Measurements of the variations in the thickness of: (i) Tibito Tephra...

    Authors: Russell Blong, Neal Enright and Paul Grasso
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:10
  11. Numerical simulations of lava flow emplacement are valuable for assessing lava flow hazards, forecasting active flows, designing flow mitigation measures, interpreting past eruptions, and understanding the con...

    Authors: Hannah R. Dietterich, Einat Lev, Jiangzhi Chen, Jacob A. Richardson and Katharine V. Cashman
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:9
  12. Probabilistic quantification of lahar hazard is an important component of lahar risk assessment and mitigation. Here we propose a new approach to probabilistic lahar hazard assessment through coupling a lahar ...

    Authors: Stuart R. Mead and Christina R. Magill
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:8
  13. Fast-moving lava flows during the 2014–2015 eruption of Fogo volcano in Cape Verde engulfed 75% (n = 260) of buildings within three villages in the Chã das Caldeiras area, as well as 25% of cultivable agricultura...

    Authors: S. F. Jenkins, S. J. Day, B. V. E. Faria and J. F. B. D. Fonseca
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:6
  14. A major source of error in forecasting where airborne volcanic ash will travel and land is the wind pattern above and around the volcano. GNS Science, in conjunction with MetService, is seeking to move its rou...

    Authors: Tony Hurst and Cory Davis
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:5
  15. Phreatic eruptions, although posing a serious threat to people in crater proximity, are often underestimated and have been comparatively understudied. The detailed eruption catalogue for Ruapehu Volcano (New Z...

    Authors: Karen Strehlow, Laura Sandri, Joachim H. Gottsmann, Geoff Kilgour, Alison C. Rust and Roberto Tonini
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:4
  16. As the number of people living at risk from volcanic hazards in the U.S. Pacific Northwest grows, more detailed studies of household preparedness in at-risk communities are needed to develop effective mitigati...

    Authors: Kimberley A. Corwin, Brittany D. Brand, Monica L. Hubbard and David M. Johnston
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:3
  17. Volcanic ash falls are one of the most widespread and frequent volcanic hazards, and are produced by all explosive volcanic eruptions. Ash falls are arguably the most disruptive volcanic hazard because of thei...

    Authors: R. J. Blong, P. Grasso, S. F. Jenkins, C. R. Magill, T. M. Wilson, K. McMullan and J. Kandlbauer
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:2
  18. Tephra falls can cause a range of impacts to communities by disrupting, contaminating and damaging buildings and infrastructure systems, as well as posing a potential health hazard. Coordinated clean-up operat...

    Authors: Josh Hayes, Thomas M. Wilson, Natalia I. Deligne, Jim Cole and Matthew Hughes
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2017 6:1
  19. A non-parametric statistical approach is used to assess the global recording rate for large (M4+) stratovolcano eruptions in a modern database, LaMEVE (v3.1). This approach imposes minimal structure on the sha...

    Authors: Jonathan Rougier, Stephen R. Sparks and Katharine V. Cashman
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2016 5:11
  20. Estimates of lava volume, and thus effusion rate, are critical for assessing volcanic hazard and are a priority for volcano observatories with responsibility for monitoring. The choice of specific methods used...

    Authors: M. Fernanda Naranjo, Susanna K. Ebmeier, Silvia Vallejo, Patricio Ramón, Patricia Mothes, Juliet Biggs and Francisco Herrera
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2016 5:8
  21. The 2011 Cordón Caulle (Chile) was a large silicic eruption that dispersed ashfall over 75,000 km2 of land in Central Argentina, affecting large parts of the Neuquén, Río Negro, and Chubut provinces, including th...

    Authors: Heather Craig, Thomas Wilson, Carol Stewart, Valeria Outes, Gustavo Villarosa and Peter Baxter
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2016 5:7
  22. In this study, using the tephra dispersal model HAZMAP, we investigate the effect of using different meteorological datasets and eruption source parameters on tephra fallout hazard assessment for a sub-Plinian...

    Authors: Giovanni Macedonio, Antonio Costa, Simona Scollo and Augusto Neri
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2016 5:5
  23. Volcanic ash is an increasingly common, long-range hazard, impacting on our globalised society. The Asia-Pacific region is rapidly developing as a major contributor to the global population and economy and is ...

    Authors: V. Miller, A. N. Bear-Crozier, V. Newey, N. Horspool and R. Weber
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2016 5:4
  24. Significant advances have been made in recent years in probabilistic analysis of geological hazards. Analyses of this kind are concerned with producing estimates of the probability of occurrence of a hazard at...

    Authors: A. N. Bear-Crozier, V. Miller, V. Newey, N. Horspool and R. Weber
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2016 5:3
  25. Large volcanic eruptions may lead to significant tephra dispersion, crossing borders and affecting distant and industrial societies in various ways. While the effects of volcanic ash clouds on the aviation ind...

    Authors: Edgar Zorn and Thomas R. Walter
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2016 5:2
  26. Volcanic hazard analyses are desirable where there is potential for future volcanic activity to affect a proximal population. This is frequently the case for volcanic fields (regions of distributed volcanism) ...

    Authors: Melody G. Runge, Mark S. Bebbington, Shane J. Cronin, Jan M. Lindsay and Mohammed Rashad Moufti
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:22
  27. Airborne volcanic ash advisories are currently based on analyses of satellite imagery with relatively low temporal resolution, and numerical simulations of atmospheric plume dispersion. These simulations rely ...

    Authors: Oliver D. Lamb, Silvio De Angelis and Yan Lavallée
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:20
  28. In seeking to provide for the safety of local communities in the global south, there has been an apparent policy focus on making early warning systems more robust, and improving the operation of disaster manag...

    Authors: Ryerson Christie, Olivia Cooke and Joachim Gottsmann
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:19

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  29. Discourse about the L’Aquila trial in Italy has overlooked the many different roles that laws play within risk governance. For volcanic risk governance, laws not only create the duty holders, beneficiaries and...

    Authors: Richard J Bretton, Joachim Gottsmann, Willy P Aspinall and Ryerson Christie
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:18
  30. Large magnitude explosive eruptions in Japan were compiled for the Large Magnitude Explosive Volcanic Eruptions (LaMEVE) database. Here we use this dataset to investigate the under-recording of Japanese explos...

    Authors: Koji Kiyosugi, Charles Connor, Robert Stephen John Sparks, Helen Sian Crosweller, Sarah Krystyna Brown, Lee Siebert, Ting Wang and Shinji Takarada
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:17
  31. Hazard assessments for long-dormant volcanoes, where information is rarely available, typically have to be made rapidly and in the face of considerable uncertainty and often poor information. A conditional (as...

    Authors: S F Jenkins, S Barsotti, T K Hincks, A Neri, J C Phillips, R S J Sparks, T Sheldrake and G Vougioukalakis
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:16
  32. Impacts from ash fallout on the environment can be widespread and long lasting, even from moderate-size eruptions. Assessing ash impact on vegetation and the indirect impacts for people is often difficult in t...

    Authors: Ann De Schutter, Matthieu Kervyn, Frank Canters, Sonja A Bosshard-Stadlin, Majura A M Songo and Hannes B Mattsson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:15
  33. Despite a long history of volcanic debris flows on the northern flank of San Vicente Volcano, El Salvador, authorities and communities were ill-prepared for the lahars that occurred on Nov. 7–8, 2009. More tha...

    Authors: Luke J Bowman and Kari B Henquinet
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:14
  34. In recent years concerns have been growing in the scientific community over the definition of scientific responsibilities during emergencies, and the legal status of scientists involved in the corresponding de...

    Authors: José M Marrero, Alicia García, Ángeles Llinares, Manuel Berrocoso and Ramón Ortiz
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:13
  35. We present an interactive, immersive, authentic role-play simulation designed to teach tertiary geoscience students in New Zealand to forecast and mitigate a volcanic crisis. Half of the participating group (i...

    Authors: Jacqueline Dohaney, Erik Brogt, Ben Kennedy, Thomas M Wilson and Jan M Lindsay
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:12
  36. Training non-scientists in the use of volcano-monitoring data is critical preparation in advance of a volcanic crisis, but it is currently unclear which methods are most effective for improving the content-kno...

    Authors: Rachel Teasdale, Katrien van der Hoeven Kraft and Michael P Poland
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:11
  37. The successful handling of Tungurahua’s frequent eruptions during 15 years via permanent instrumental monitoring and good community relations by the Instituto Geofísico of the Escuela Politécnica Nacional (IGE...

    Authors: Patricia A Mothes, Hugo A Yepes, Minard L Hall, Patricio A Ramón, Alexander L Steele and Mario C Ruiz
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:9
  38. The primary volcano hazard in Alaska is airborne ash, which endangers aircraft flying the busy North Pacific air routes and consequently affects global commerce. Downwind ashfall is also a significant threat t...

    Authors: Kristi Wallace, Seth Snedigar and Cheryl Cameron
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:8
  39. A new pedagogical methodology is proposed to reduce the social vulnerability of indigenous communities occupying areas subject to volcanic activity, as a potential interactive approach between those communitie...

    Authors: Natalia Pardo, Hildalene Wilson, Jonathan N Procter, Erica Lattughi and Taiarahia Black
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:5

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