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  1. VOLADA_Africa 2.0: Volcanic Lakes Database Africa

    13 Dec 2021 | Contributor(s):: dmitri rouwet

    VOLADA_Africa 2.0 presents the most updated database on volcanic lakes in Africa.See Open Access paper by Rouwet et al. (2021, FES) for details and instructions:https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/feart.2021.717798/fullFor further information: dmitri.rouwet@ingv.it 

  2. Maar Volcano Location and Shape (MaarVLS) database v 2.0

    04 Apr 2018 | Contributor(s):: Alison Graettinger, Alexander Bearden

    The MaarVLS: Maar Volcano Location and Shape (pronounced marvelous) database establishes universal traits of Quaternary maar craters including typical sizes, shapes, and occurrence of these craters in different volcanic field types. The original version released in 2018 had 240 features. Version...

  3. How to verify my database on volcanic eruptions ?

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    I have made a database file on records of volcanic eruptions worldwide in 1960~2017.

    and I would like to gather a lot of opinions if it is useful for studying. 

    Is there...


  4. Mono-Inyo Tephra Database

    01 Aug 2017 | Contributor(s):: Marcus I Bursik

    The Mono-Inyo Craters is a zone of active volcanism in California, USA, that extends from Mammoth Mountain and Long Valley caldera in the south to the islands of Mono Lake in the north.  This resource provides the citation for the Mono-Inyo tephra database.  The database can...

  5. Global Archive of Dome Instabilities (GLADIS)

    13 Mar 2017 | Contributor(s):: Claire Ellen Harnett, Mark Thomas, Eliza S Calder, Susanna Kathryn Ebmeier, Alison Telford, William Murphy, Jurgen Neuberg

    Investigating the causal mechanisms of lava dome collapse is imperative in understanding the dynamic processes that occur during active lava dome growth. We present a worldwide database and provide an assessment of dome collapse across a diverse range of volcanoes in the Global Archive of Dome...

  6. FlowDat: Mass Flow Database

    04 Apr 2016 | Contributor(s):: Sarah Elizabeth Ogburn

    This database is a collection of mass flow parameters and mobility metrics. It currently (12/2012) includes 171 block-and-ash flows (BAFs) with 26 accompanying ash-cloud surges, 60 pumice flows, 6 mixed avalanches, 77 volcanic debris avalanches, 105 non-volcanic debris avalanches, and 29...

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  8. Introduce 'VDPedia'.

    11 Feb 2014 | Contributor(s):: Kyeong Park

    ■ Characteristics of VDPedia This site is different from other volcanic information sites by following contents and functions "One stop data source on status and response to the damage caused by volcanic activities" ○ To provide a space to discuss crisis situations with the experts ○ To discuss...

  9. DomeHaz: Dome-forming eruptions database v2.4

    26 Jul 2012 | Contributor(s):: Sarah Elizabeth Ogburn, Sue C Loughlin, Eliza S Calder

    The DomeHaz database contains over 400 dome-forming episodes, as part of over 200 eruptions, at over 120 volcanoes. Here, you can download a snap-shot, flat view of the larger relational MySQL database as an Excel spreadsheet. Please request group membership to access the database.The...

  10. Google Earth Map of Volcanic Field Distribution

    27 Jul 2011 | Contributor(s):: Amanda Hintz

    This is a graphical representation of most of the volcanic fields that I have been collecting data on for the last few years. It is a work in progress.

  11. CCDB application for QGIS

    20 May 2011 | Contributor(s):: Adelina Geyer Traver

    The CCDB may be linked to a GIS application that permits users to represent the included calderas on a world map, in order to study the spatial distribution of specific features. In order to generate the GIS application in your computer follow the steps explained in the "GIS application" page.

  12. CCDB in Microsoft Access format

    20 May 2011 | Contributor(s):: Adelina Geyer Traver

  13. CCDB Excel Format

    09 May 2011 | Contributor(s):: Adelina Geyer Traver

    Worldwide Collapse Caldera Database CCDB in Excel formatThe new worldwide collapse caldera database (CCDB): A tool for studying and understanding caldera processes. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 175 (2008), pp. 334-354 DOI information: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2008.03.017

  14. Smithsonian's Global Volcanism Program Database

    25 Mar 2011 | Contributor(s):: Paul Kimberly

    For more than three decades the Smithsonian's Global Volcanism Program (GVP) has compiled descriptions of both ongoing and past volcanism around the world in order to better understand the full range of Earth's eruptive activity, building its database the Volcano Reference File (VRF). To make...