Uncertainty Quantification in Lava Flow Hazard Modeling and Real-Time Source Term Provision

Uncertainty quantification in lava flow hazard modeling and real-time source term provision Catania, Italy, 20-24 February 2017 Organisers: Ciro Del Negro, Sonia Calvari, Andrew Harris Between the 20 and 24 February, 2017, a workshop on Quantifying Lava Flow Hazards in Response to Effusive Eruption was held at the Etneo Observatory of the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) in Catania (Italy). The title of the workshop was “Workshop on Uncertainty Quantification in Lava Flow Hazard Modeling and Real-Time Source Term Provision”, and the full program detail is given in Annex...

Estimating Mass Eruption Rates in Explosive Eruptions

Estimating mass eruption rates in exposive eruptions Reykjavík, Iceland, 3-5 May 2016 Organiser: Magnús T. Gudmundsson, Augusto Neri, Sara Barsotti, Tobias Dürig A three-day MeMoVolc workshop was hold in Reykjavík, Iceland on the topic of Mass Eruption Rates in explosive eruptions. A group of experts in the various measurement techniques as well as numerical and analogue plume models analysed the strengths and weaknesses of current MER estimation methods. The mass eruption rate (MER) is without doubt the most important single parameter in controlling the dynamics, hazard and impact of expl...

Summer school, Santorini 2015

2015 MeMoVolc Summer School ‘Magma: from  crustal storage to eruption triggering 28 September to 1 October, 2015, Santorini, Greece Organisers T.H. Druitt (Clermont-Ferrand, France), L. Francalanci (Florence, Italy) and L. Caricchi (Geneva, Switzerland) The third MeMoVolc summer school took place over 4 days (28 September to 1 October 2015) on Santorini Volcano, Greece. It was attended by 10 lecturers and 29 students of Masters, PhD and postdoctoral levels. Nine of the lectures addressed different concepts and techniques relevant to the theme of magma ascent through the crust, and one prese...