VOLCANO: EGU 2011 Session Reminder: GMPV15: FIEL-VOLCANOLOGY: Field, instrumental and experimental observations and studies applied to forecasting volcanic activity

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EGU 2011 Session Reminder: GMPV15: FIEL-VOLCANOLOGY: Field, instrumental and
experimental observations and studies applied to forecasting volcanic
activity
From: Hugo Delgado Granados <hugo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx >
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Dear Colleagues,
 
Happy 2011!
 
We would like to invite submissions to FIEL-VOLCANOLOGY: Field, instrumental
and experimental observations and studies applied to forecasting volcanic
activity.
 
http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2011/session/7285
 
Session GMPV15:
 
of the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2011 (EGU2011), 03 Apr
2011 - 08 Apr 2011, Vienna, Austria.
 
Abstract:
 
Strong efforts are being done in volcanological observations, as well as in
the development of better instruments and methods for the study of volcanic
processes. Also, a large effort is being made in carrying out experimental
work in the laboratory for the reproduction, modeling and understanding of
the processes. However, most of these efforts have been developed
independently and the results reported separately as if the processes
studied under the different scopes were different. For a better
understanding of the volcanic eruptions and their forecasting it is needed
to put together the field observations, instrumental and experimental
studies. This session intends to gather instrumental and methodological
developments through field observations and measurements, experiments in the
laboratory and databases from the monitoring of active volcanoes. The
relationships among data obtained during the monitoring of active volcanoes
and the processes simulated during the experiments in the laboratory using
natural volcanic samples under controlled conditions will substantially
improve the precision in volcano monitoring, the correlation of geophysical
data and a better understanding of the volcanic processes, which will result
in a more efficient evaluation of the volcanic hazards and an increase in
the quality of the society¹s protection.
 
Please visit http://meetings.copernicus.org/egu2011/home.html for details of
the meeting.
 
Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts: 10 January 2011.
 
We hope to meet you in Vienna.
 
Best regards,
 
Hugo Delgado Granados, Leif Vogel, Bo Galle, Miguel Alatorre Ibarguengoitia
 
 
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