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  1. Workshop on Wind-remobilisation processes of volcanic ash, Consensual Document

    20 Feb 2020 | Contributor(s):: Costanza Bonadonna, Paul A Jarvis, Lucia Dominguez, Corine Frischknecht, Pablo Forte, Donaldo Bran, Rigoberto Aguilar, Frances Beckett, Manuela Elissondo, Jack Gillies, ulrich kueppers, Jonathan Merrison, Nick Varley, Kristi L Wallace

    Explosive volcanic eruptions can eject large quantities of tephra into the atmosphere that can be dispersed and deposited over wide areas. Whilst the hazardous consequences of primary tephra fallout are well known, subsequent remobilisation of ash by aeolian processes can continue to present an...

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  9. Saajeda Bandali

    Aspiring volcanologist! I have an MSc Natural Hazards and GIS and a BSc (Hons) Geography with Natural Hazards.I am looking to do a PhD soon.Particularly interested in risk and vulnerability...


  10. Julian Templeton

    I am currently a masters student at Lancaster University, UK, studying Volcanology and Geological Hazards. I graduated from the University of Exeter, UK, with a BSc in Physical Geogprahy.I am...


  11. Tephra2: Student Version

    21 Feb 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Leah Michelle Courtland, Chuck B Connor, Laura Connor, Costanza Bonadonna

    The Tephra2 ash dispersion model run via a GUI designed for student use.

  12. Tephra2

    20 Apr 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Costanza Bonadonna, Laura Connor, Chuck B Connor, Leah Michelle Courtland

    Tephra2 uses the advection diffusion equation to forecast tephra dispersion in a given location based on a user-defined set of eruptive conditions.