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  1. 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
  2. Understanding how communities are vulnerable to lahar hazards provides critical input for effective design and implementation of volcano hazard preparedness and mitigation strategies. Past vulnerability assess...

    Authors: Angela K Diefenbach, Nathan J Wood and John W Ewert
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:4
  3. Since March 2008, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has operated a Volcanic Ash Fall Forecast (VAFF) system to issue forecasts of areas in Japan where ash falls are expected following volcanic eruptions. T...

    Authors: Yoshihiko Hasegawa, Akira Sugai, Yosuke Hayashi, Yuta Hayashi, Shoji Saito and Toshiki Shimbori
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:2
  4. Contemporary approaches to multi-organisational response planning for the management of complex volcanic crises assume that identifying the types of expertise needed provides the foundation for effective respo...

    Authors: Emma E H Doyle, Douglas Paton and David M Johnston
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2015 4:1
  5. Eruption forecasting is a major goal in volcanology. Logically, but unfortunately, forecasting hazards related to non-magmatic unrest is too often overshadowed by eruption forecasting, although many volcanoes ...

    Authors: Dmitri Rouwet, Laura Sandri, Warner Marzocchi, Joachim Gottsmann, Jacopo Selva, Roberto Tonini and Paolo Papale
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:17
  6. We present data from a survey of scientists from volcano observatories and monitoring institutions around the world. The scientists were asked about the hazards from the volcanoes that they work on, their perc...

    Authors: Amy Donovan, J Richard Eiser and R Stephen J Sparks
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:15
  7. The communication of scientific information to stakeholders is a critical component of an effective Volcano Early Warning System. Volcanic Alert Level (VAL) systems are used in many countries as a tool within ...

    Authors: Sally H Potter, Gill E Jolly, Vincent E Neall, David M Johnston and Bradley J Scott
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:13
  8. Unrest at the Greek volcanic island of Santorini in 2011–2012 was a cause for unease for some governments, concerned about risks to their nationals on this popular holiday island if an eruption took place. In ...

    Authors: Willy P Aspinall and Gordon Woo
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:12
  9. Since 2000, a network of volunteers known as vigías has been engaged in community-based volcano monitoring, which involves local citizens in the collection of scientific data, around volcán Tungurahua, Ecuador. T...

    Authors: Jonathan Stone, Jenni Barclay, Peter Simmons, Paul D Cole, Susan C Loughlin, Patricio Ramón and Patricia Mothes
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:11
  10. Volcanic ashfall can be damaging and disruptive to critical infrastructure including electricity generation, transmission and distribution networks, drinking-water and wastewater treatment plants, roads, airpo...

    Authors: Thomas M Wilson, Carol Stewart, Johnny B Wardman, Grant Wilson, David M Johnston, Daniel Hill, Samuel J Hampton, Marlene Villemure, Sara McBride, Graham Leonard, Michele Daly, Natalia Deligne and Lisa Roberts
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:10
  11. This paper presents a new tool, AshCalc, for the comparison of the three most commonly used models for the calculation of the bulk volume of volcanic tephra fall deposits: the exponential model, the power law ...

    Authors: Matthew L Daggitt, Tamsin A Mather, David M Pyle and Stephen Page
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:7
  12. Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand (pop. 1.5 million) and is situated atop an active monogenetic volcanic field. When volcanic activity next occurs, the most effective means of protecting the people w...

    Authors: Erik Tomsen, Jan M Lindsay, Mark Gahegan, Thomas M Wilson and Daniel M Blake
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:6
  13. The 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajökull (Iceland) and the 2011 eruptions of Grimsvötn (Iceland), Cordon Caulle (Chile) and Nabro (Ethiopia) have drastically heightened the level of awareness in the general popul...

    Authors: Ulrich Kueppers, Corrado Cimarelli, Kai-Uwe Hess, Jacopo Taddeucci, Fabian B Wadsworth and Donald B Dingwell
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:4
  14. The Large Magnitude Explosive Volcanic Eruptions (LaMEVE) database contains data on 1,883 Quaternary eruption records of magnitude (M) 4 and above and is publically accessible online via the British Geological...

    Authors: Sarah Krystyna Brown, Helen Sian Crosweller, Robert Stephen John Sparks, Elizabeth Cottrell, Natalia Irma Deligne, Natalie Ortiz Guerrero, Laura Hobbs, Koji Kiyosugi, Susan Clare Loughlin, Lee Siebert and Shinji Takarada
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:5
  15. Scientists monitoring active volcanoes are increasingly required to provide decision support to civil authorities during periods of unrest. As the extent and resolution of monitoring improves, the process of j...

    Authors: Thea K Hincks, Jean-Christophe Komorowski, Stephen R Sparks and Willy P Aspinall
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:3
  16. Knowledge of volcanic systems and the hazards they produce is rapidly advancing as internet resources become more readily accessible, new and more sensitive field techniques are developed, and ever greater amo...

    Authors: Jose L Palma, Leah Courtland, Sylvain Charbonnier, Riccardo Tortini and Greg A Valentine
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:2
  17. Continuously operating thermal cameras are becoming more common around the world for volcano monitoring, and offer distinct advantages over conventional visual webcams for observing volcanic activity. Thermal ...

    Authors: Matthew R Patrick, Tim Orr, Loren Antolik, Lopaka Lee and Kevan Kamibayashi
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2014 3:1
  18. Volcanic risk perception may drastically decrease after eruptions and during periods of volcanic quiescence. Despite the fact that the adults in Chapultenango, a Zoque indigenous community near El Chichόn volc...

    Authors: Dmitri Rouwet, Marta Iorio and Demetrio Polgovsky
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2013 2:6
  19. Volcanic eruptions can produce ash particles with a range of sizes and morphologies. Here we morphologically distinguish two textural types: Simple (generally smaller) ash particles, where the observable surfa...

    Authors: Kimberly Genareau, Gopal K Mulukutla, Alexander A Proussevitch, Adam J Durant, William I Rose and Dork L Sahagian
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2013 2:4
  20. Mapping the transport and deposition of tephra is important for the assessment of an eruption’s impact on health, transport, vegetation and infrastructure, but it is challenging at large distances from a volca...

    Authors: John Alexander Stevenson, Susan C Loughlin, Anna Font, Gary W Fuller, Alison MacLeod, Ian W Oliver, Ben Jackson, Claire J Horwell, Thor Thordarson and Ian Dawson
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2013 2:3
  21. A new database of volcanic fatalities is presented and analysed, covering the period 1600 to 2010 AD. Data are from four sources: the Smithsonian Institution, Witham (2005), CRED EM-DAT and Munich RE. The data...

    Authors: Melanie Rose Auker, Robert Stephen John Sparks, Lee Siebert, Helen Sian Crosweller and John Ewert
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2013 2:2
  22. Tephra fall is a major volcanic hazard and deposit characteristics are critical data used to quantify eruptive material. The homemade ashmeter is a device used to precisely measure thickness, area density, and...

    Authors: Benjamin Bernard
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2013 2:1
  23. High risk volcanic events are commonly preceded by long periods of unrest during which scientists are asked to provide near real-time forecasts. The rarity of such events, inaccessibility of the underground vo...

    Authors: Jacopo Selva, Warner Marzocchi, Paolo Papale and Laura Sandri
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2012 1:5
  24. To facilitate the assessment of hazards and risk from volcanoes, we have created a comprehensive global database of Quaternary Large Magnitude Explosive Volcanic Eruptions (LaMEVE). This forms part of the larg...

    Authors: Helen Sian Crosweller, Baneet Arora, Sarah Krystyna Brown, Elizabeth Cottrell, Natalia Irma Deligne, Natalie Ortiz Guerrero, Laura Hobbs, Koji Kiyosugi, Susan Clare Loughlin, Jonathan Lowndes, Martin Nayembil, Lee Siebert, Robert Stephen John Sparks, Shinji Takarada and Edward Venzke
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2012 1:4
  25. Probabilistic modeling of lava flow hazard is a two-stage process. The first step is an estimation of the possible locations of future eruptive vents followed by an estimation of probable areas of inundation b...

    Authors: Laura J Connor, Charles B Connor, Khachatur Meliksetian and Ivan Savov
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2012 1:3
  26. Human and livestock evacuation during volcanic crises is an essential component of volcanic risk management. This study investigates the evacuation of human and livestock populations from areas impacted by ash...

    Authors: Thomas Wilson, Jim Cole, David Johnston, Shane Cronin, Carol Stewart and Andre Dantas
    Citation: Journal of Applied Volcanology 2012 1:2

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