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Categories (number of entries in parentheses):

  1. Calderas (2)
  2. Eruption mechanisms, flow emplacement (6)
  3. Eruptive history (3)
  4. Experimental volcanism (1)
  5. Explosive volcanism (3)
  6. Hydrothermal systems (1)
  7. Igneous petrology (1)
  8. Lava rheology and morphology (1)
  9. Magma migration and fragmentation (2)
  10. Physics and chemistry of magma bodies (1)
  11. Subduction zone processes (1)
  12. Volcanic hazards and risks (3)
  13. Volcano monitoring (1)
  14. Volcano tectonics (1)

 

1. Calderas


1.1.Title: Rapid extraction of discrete magma batches from a large differentiating magma chamber: the Central Plateau Member rhyolites, Yellowstone Caldera, Wyoming
Authors: Girard, G. and Stix, J.
Reference: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 160(3), 441-465, 2010
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1.2.Title: Caldera-forming eruptions of the Quaternary Kone Volcanic Complex, Ethiopia
Authors: Rampey, M.L., Oppenheimer, C., Pyle, D.M. and Yirgu, G.
Reference: Journal of African Earth Sciences, 58(1), 51-66, 2010
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2. Eruption mechanisms, flow emplacement


2.1.Title: Initial advance of long lava flows in open channels
Authors: Takagi, D. and Huppert, H.E.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 195(2-4), 121-126, 2010
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2.2.Title: It takes three to tango: 1. Simulating buoyancy-driven flow in the presence of large viscosity contrasts
Authors: Suckale, J., Nave, J. and Hager, B.H.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B7), B07409, 2010
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2.3.Title: Particle velocity fields and depositional processes in laboratory ash flows, with implications for the sedimentation of dense pyroclastic flows
Authors: Girolami, L., Roche, O., Druitt, T. and Corpetti, T.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 72(6), 747-759, 2010
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2.4.Title: It takes three to tango: 2. Bubble dynamics in basaltic volcanoes and ramifications for modeling normal Strombolian activity
Authors: Suckale, J., Hager, B.H., Elkins-Tanton, L.T. and Nave, J.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B7), B07410, 2010
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2.5.Title: Permeability of vesicular Stromboli basaltic glass: Lattice Boltzmann simulations and laboratory measurements
Authors: Bai, L., Baker, D.R. and Hill, R.J.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B7), B07201, 2010
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2.6.Title: Compaction profiles of ash-flow tuffs: Modeling versus reality
Authors: Riehle, J.R., Miller, T.F. and Paquereau-Lebti, P.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 195(2-4), 106-120, 2010
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3. Eruptive history


3.1.Title: Precursory activity of the 161 ka Kos Plateau Tuff eruption, Aegean Sea (Greece)
Authors: Piper, D., Pe-Piper, G. and Lefort, D.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 72(6), 657-669, 2010
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3.2.Title: The Holocene Pucón eruption of Volcán Villarrica, Chile: deposit architecture and eruption chronology
Authors: Silva Parejas, C., Druitt, T., Robin, C., Moreno, H. and Naranjo, J.-A.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 72(6), 677-692, 2010
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3.3.Title: Volcanic evolution of the back-arc Pleistocene Payun Matru volcanic field (Argentina)
Authors: Germa, A., Quidelleur, X., Gillot, P.Y. and Tchilinguirian, P.
Reference: Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 29(3), 717-730, 2010
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4. Experimental volcanism


4.1.Title: Simulating bubble number density of rhyolitic pumices from Plinian eruptions: constraints from fast decompression experiments
Authors: Hamada, M., Laporte, D., Cluzel, N., Koga, K. and Kawamoto, T.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 72(6), 735-746, 2010
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5. Explosive volcanism


5.1.Title: Effects of the crater on eruption column dynamics
Authors: Koyaguchi, T., Suzuki, Y.J. and Kozono, T.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B7), B07205, 2010
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5.2.Title: Recurrence rates of large explosive volcanic eruptions
Authors: Deligne, N.I., Coles, S.G. and Sparks, R.S.J.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B6), B06203, 2010
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5.3.Title: Volcano collapse promoted by progressive strength reduction: new data from Mount St. Helens
Authors: Reid, M., Keith, T., Kayen, R., Iverson, N., Iverson, R., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 72(6), 761-766, 2010
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6. Hydrothermal systems


6.1.Title: The dynamics of a double-cell hydrothermal system in triggering seismicity at Somma-Vesuvius: results from a high-resolution radon survey (revisited)
Author: Cigolini, C.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 72(6), 693-704, 2010
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7. Igneous petrology


7.1.Title: Evolving volcanism at the tip of a propagating arc: The earliest high-Mg andesites in northern New Zealand
Authors: Booden, M.A., Smith, I.E.M., Mauk, J.L. and Black, P.M.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 195(2-4), 83-96, 2010
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8. Lava rheology and morphology


8.1.Title: Influence of surface clinker on the crustal structures and dynamics of 'a'a lava flows
Authors: Applegarth, L.J., James, M.R., van Wyk de Vries, B. and Pinkerton, H.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B7), B07210, 2010
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9. Magma migration and fragmentation


9.1.Title: Dyke propagation and sill formation in a compressive tectonic environment
Authors: Menand, T., Daniels, K.A. and Benghiat, P.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B8), B08201, 2010
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9.2.Title: Shear deformation experiments on vesicular rhyolite: Implications for brittle fracturing, degassing, and compaction of magmas in volcanic conduits
Authors: Okumura, S., Nakamura, M., Nakano, T., Uesugi, K. and Tsuchiyama, A.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B6), B06201, 2010
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10. Physics and chemistry of magma bodies


10.1.Title: The limitations of melting on the reactivation of silicic mushes
Authors: Huber, C., Bachmann, O. and Dufek, J.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 195(2-4), 97-105, 2010
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11. Subduction zone processes


11.1.Title: Growth and mass wasting of volcanic centers in the northern South Sandwich arc, South Atlantic, revealed by new multibeam mapping
Authors: Leat, P.T., Tate, A.J., Tappin, D.R., Day, S.J. and Owen, M.J.
Reference: Marine Geology, 275(1-4), 110-126, 2010
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12. Volcanic hazards and risks


12.1.Title: Bayesian Hierarchical Time Predictable Model for eruption occurrence: an application to Kilauea Volcano
Authors: Passarelli, L., Sandri, L., Bonazzi, A. and Marzocchi, W.
Reference: Geophysical Journal International, 181(3), 1525-1538, 2010
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12.2.Title: BET_VH: exploring the influence of natural uncertainties on long-term hazard from tephra fallout at Campi Flegrei (Italy)
Authors: Selva, J., Costa, A., Marzocchi, W. and Sandri, L.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 72(6), 717-733, 2010
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12.3.Title: BET_VH: a probabilistic tool for long-term volcanic hazard assessment
Authors: Marzocchi, W., Sandri, L. and Selva, J.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 72(6), 705-716, 2010
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13. Volcano monitoring


13.1.Title: Volcano monitoring using GPS: Developing data analysis strategies based on the June 2007 Kilauea Volcano intrusion and eruption
Authors: Larson, K.M., Poland, M. and Miklius, A.
Reference: J. Geophys. Res., 115(B7), B07406, 2010
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14. Volcano tectonics


14.1.Title: The Auckland volcanic field, New Zealand: Geophysical evidence for structural and spatio-temporal relationships
Authors: Cassidy, J. and Locke, C.A.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 195(2-4), 127-137, 2010
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