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Categories (number of entries in parentheses):

  1. Ash, tephra and plumes (3)
  2. Calderas (3)
  3. Eruption mechanisms, flow emplacement (2)
  4. Eruptive history (3)
  5. Experimental volcanism (3)
  6. Explosive volcanism (4)
  7. General or miscellaneous (2)
  8. Hydrothermal systems (2)
  9. Igneous petrology (3)
  10. Intra-plate volcanism (1)
  11. Lava rheology and morphology (3)
  12. Magma migration and fragmentation (3)
  13. Physics and chemistry of magma bodies (3)
  14. Remote sensing of volcanoes (2)
  15. Subaqueous volcanism, hydrovolcanism (2)
  16. Subduction zone processes (1)
  17. Volcanic gases (2)
  18. Volcanic hazards and risks (3)
  19. Volcano seismology (3)
  20. Volcano/climate interactions (1)
  21. Volcano/ice interactions (1)
  22. Volcanoclastic deposits (1)

 

1. Ash, tephra and plumes


1.1.Title: Tephra fallout hazards at Quito International Airport (Ecuador)
Authors: Volentik, A.C.M. and Houghton, B.F.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 50, 2015
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1.2.Title: Spatial analysis of Mount St. Helens tephra leachate compositions: implications for future sampling strategies
Authors: Ayris, P.M., Delmelle, P., Pereira, B., Maters, E.C., Damby, D.E., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(7), 1-17, 2015
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1.3.Title: The magnitude and impact of the Youngest Toba Tuff super-eruption
Authors: Costa, A., Smith, V., Macedonio, G. and Matthews, N.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 16, 2014
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2. Calderas


2.1.Title: Resurgent Toba – field, chronologic, and model constraints on time scales and mechanisms of resurgence at large calderas
Authors: De Silva, S. L, Mucek, A., Gregg, P. and Pratomo, I.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 25, 2015
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2.2.Title: Stress evolution during caldera collapse
Authors: Holohan, E.P, Schöpfer, M.P.J and Walsh, J.J
Reference: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 421, 139-151, 2015
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2.3.Title: A short review of our current understanding of the development of ring faults during collapse caldera formation
Authors: Geyer, A. and Marti, J.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 22, 2014
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3. Eruption mechanisms, flow emplacement


3.1.Title: Towards the reconstruction of the shallow plumbing system of the Barombi Mbo Maar (Cameroon)–Implications for diatreme growth processes of a polygenetic maar volcano
Authors: Chako Tchamabe, B., Ohba, T., Kereszturi, G., Nemeth, K., Aka, F.T., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 301, 293–313, 2015
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3.2.Title: Spine growth and seismogenic faulting at Mt. Unzen, Japan
Authors: Hornby, A. J., Kendrick, J. E., Lamb, O. D., Hirose, T., De Angelis, S., et al.
Reference: Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, n/a-n/a, 2015
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4. Eruptive history


4.1.Title: A 5000-year record of multiple highly explosive mafic eruptions from Gunung Agung (Bali, Indonesia): implications for eruption frequency and volcanic hazards
Authors: Fontijn, K., Costa, F., Sutawidjaja, I., Newhall, C.G. and Herrin, J.S.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(7), 59, 2015
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4.2.Title: Emplacement of the Cabezo Mari­a lamproite volcano (Miocene, SE Spain)
Authors: Gernon, T.M., Spence, S., Trueman, C.N., Taylor, R.N., Rohling, E., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 52, 2015
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4.3.Title: Cape Wanbrow: A stack of Surtseyan-style volcanoes built over millions of years in the Waiareka–Deborah volcanic field, New Zealand
Authors: Moorhouse, B.L., White, J.D.L. and Scott, J.M.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 298, 27-46, 2015
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5. Experimental volcanism


5.1.Title: Natural equivalents of thermal gradient experiments
Authors: Rodríguez, C., Geyer, A., Castro, A. and Villaseñor, A.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 298, 47-58, 2015
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5.2.Title: Fracture and compaction of andesite in a volcanic edifice
Authors: Heap, M.J., Farquharson, J.I., Baud, P., Lavallee, Y. and Reuschle, T.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 55, 2015
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5.3.Title: Geomechanical rock properties of a basaltic volcano
Authors: Schaefer, L.N., Kendrick, J.E., Oommen, T., Lavallée, Y. and Chigna, G.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 3(29), 15, 2015
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6. Explosive volcanism


6.1.Title: MeMoVolc consensual document: a review of cross-disciplinary approaches to characterizing small explosive magmatic eruptions
Authors: Gurioli, L., Andronico, D., Bachelery, P., Balcone-Boissard, H., Battaglia, J., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 49, 2015
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6.2.Title: The historical (218±14 aBP) explosive eruption of Tutupaca volcano (Southern Peru)
Authors: Samaniego, P., Valderrama, P., Marino, J., van Wyk de Vries, B., Roche, O., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 51, 2015
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6.3.Title: Vulcanian explosions in the process of building-destruction of the lava dome of andesitic volcano: Insight from the seismic signals recorded at Volcán de Colima, México.
Authors: Zobin, V.M., Peral, J.J., Nava, F. and Bretón, M.
Reference: Phys. Earth Planet. Inter., 244, 1-10, 2015
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6.4.Title: Syn-eruptive, soft-sediment deformation of deposits from dilute pyroclastic density current: triggers from granular shear, dynamic pore pressure, ballistic impacts and shock waves
Authors: Douillet G.A., Taisne B., Tsang-Hin-Sun È., Mueller S.K., Kueppers U., et al.
Reference: Solid Earth, 6, 553–572, 2015
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7. General or miscellaneous


7.1.Title: Common processes at unique volcanoes – a volcanological conundrum
Authors: Cashman, K. and Biggs, J.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 28, 2014
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7.2.Title: Great Challenges in Volcanology: how does the volcano factory work?
Author: Acocella, V.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 4, 2014
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8. Hydrothermal systems


8.1.Title: Coupling geophysical investigation with hydrothermal modeling to constrain the enthalpy classification of a potential geothermal resource
Authors: White, J.T., Karakhanian, A., Connor, C.B., Connor, L., Hughes, J.D., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 298, 59-70, 2015
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8.2.Title: The plumbing system of the Pagosa thermal Springs, Colorado: Application of geologically constrained geophysical inversion and data fusion
Authors: Revil, A., Cuttler, S., Karaoulis, M., Zhou, J., Raynolds, B., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 299, 1-18, 2015
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9. Igneous petrology


9.1.Title: Granodiorites of the South Mountain Batholith (Nova Scotia, Canada) derived by partial melting of Avalonia granulite rocks beneath the Meguma terrane: Implications for the heat source of the Late Devonian granites of the Northern Appalachians
Authors: Shellnutt, J.G. and Dostal, J.
Reference: Tectonophysics, , 2015
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9.2.Title: Origin of the compositional diversity in the basalt-to-dacite series erupted along the Heiðarsporður ridge, NE Iceland
Authors: Mancini, A., Mattsson, H.B. and Bachmann, O.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 301, 116-127, 2015
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9.3.Title: The Surtsey Magma Series
Authors: Schipper, C.I., Jakobsson, S.P., White, J.D.L., Palin, J.M. and Bush-Marcinowski, T.
Reference: Sci Rep, 5, 11498, 2015
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10. Intra-plate volcanism


10.1.Title: The erupted volumes of tephra from maar volcanoes and estimates of their VEI magnitude: Examples from the late Cenozoic Newer Volcanics Province, south-eastern Australia.
Authors: Blaikie, T.N., van Otterloo, J., Ailleres, L., Betts, P.G. and Cas, R.A.F
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 301, 81-89, 2015
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11. Lava rheology and morphology


11.1.Title: 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of subaerial lava flows of Barren Island volcano and the deep crust beneath the Andaman Island Arc, Burma Microplate
Authors: Ray, J.S., Pande, K. and Bhutani, R.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 57, 2015
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11.2.Title: Diverting lava flows in the lab
Authors: Dietterich, H. R., Cashman, K. V., Rust, A. C. and Lev, E.
Reference: Nature Geoscience, 8(7), 494-496, 2015
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11.3.Title: Eruption and emplacement timescales of ignimbrite super-eruptions from thermo-kinetics of glass shards
Authors: Lavallée, Yan, Wadsworth, F. B., Vasseur, J., Russell, J. K., Andrews, G. D. M., et al.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 2, 2015
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12. Magma migration and fragmentation


12.1.Title: Fault rheology beyond frictional melting
Authors: Lavallée, Y., Hirose, T., Kendrick, J.E., Hess, K-U. and Dingwell, D.B.
Reference: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., pre-print, 4, 2015
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12.2.Title: Modelling the initiation of dust eruptions
Authors: McGuinness, M.J. and Singh, H.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 299, 54-67, 2015
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12.3.Title: Dynamic feeder dyke systems in basaltic volcanoes: the exceptional example of the 1809 Etna eruption (Italy)
Authors: Geshi, N. and Neri, M.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 13, 2014
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13. Physics and chemistry of magma bodies


13.1.Title: Timescales of mingling in shallow magmatic reservoirs
Authors: Montagna, C. P., Papale, P. and Longo, A.
Reference: Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 422, 6, 2015
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13.2.Title: Magma fracturing and degassing associated with obsidian formation: The explosive–effusive transition
Authors: Cabrera, A., Weinberg, R. F. and Wright, H. M.N.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 298, 71-84, 2015
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13.3.Title: Melt evolution and residence in extending crust: Thermal modeling of the crust and crustal magmas
Authors: Karakas, O. and Dufek, J.
Reference: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 425, 131-144, 2015
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14. Remote sensing of volcanoes


14.1.Title: Integrated velocity field from ground and satellite geodetic techniques: application to Arenal volcano
Authors: Muller, C., del Potro, R., Biggs, J., Gottsmann, J., Ebmeier, S. K., et al.
Reference: Geophysical Journal International, 200(2), 863-879, 2015
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14.2.Title: Big grains go far: understanding the discrepancy between tephrochronology and satellite infrared measurements of volcanic ash
Authors: Stevenson, J. A., Millington, S. C., Beckett, F. M., Swindles, G. T. and Thordarson, T.
Reference: Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 8, 2069-2091, 2015
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15. Subaqueous volcanism, hydrovolcanism


15.1.Title: Xenopumice erupted on 15 October 2011 offshore of El Hierro (Canary Islands): a subvolcanic snapshot of magmatic, hydrothermal and pyrometamorphic processes
Authors: Del Moro, S., Di Roberto, A., Meletlidis, S., Pompilio, M., Bertagnini, A., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 53, 2015
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15.2.Title: Dynamics of deep submarine silicic explosive eruptions in the Kermadec arc, as reflected in pumice vesicularity textures
Authors: Rotella, M.D., Wilson, C.J.N., Barker, S.J., Schipper, C.I., Wright, I.C., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 301, 314-332, 2015
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16. Subduction zone processes


16.1.Title: Crustal recycling by subduction erosion in the central Mexican Volcanic Belt
Authors: Straub, S.M., Gomez-Tuena, A, Bindeman, I.N., Bolge, L.L., Brandl, P.A., et al.
Reference: Geochim Cosmochim Acta, 166, 29-52, 2015
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17. Volcanic gases


17.1.Title: Transient degassing events at the lava lake of Erebus volcano, Antarctica: Chemistry and mechanisms
Authors: Ilanko, T., Oppenheimer, C., Burgisser, A. and Kyle, P.
Reference: GeoResJ, 7, 43-58, 2015
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17.2.Title: Cyclic degassing of Erebus volcano, Antarctica
Authors: Ilanko, T., Oppenheimer, C., Burgisser, A. and Kyle, P.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), 56, 2015
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18. Volcanic hazards and risks


18.1.Title: Hazard of pyroclastic density currents at the Campi Flegrei Caldera (Southern Italy) as deduced from the combined use of facies architecture, physical modeling and statistics of the impact parameters
Authors: Mele, D., Dioguardi, F., Dellino, P., Isaia, R., Sulpizio, R., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 299, 35-53, 2015
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18.2.Title: A comparison of the Landsat image and LAHARZ-simulated lahar inundation hazard zone by the 2010 Merapi eruption
Authors: Lee, S.-K., Lee, C.-W. and Lee, S.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 46, 2015
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18.3.Title: The Al-Du'aythah volcanic cones, Al-Madinah City: implications for volcanic hazards in northern Harrat Rahat, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Authors: Murcia, H., Nemeth, K., El-Masry, N.N., Lindsay, J.M., Moufti, M.R.H., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 54, 2015
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19. Volcano seismology


19.1.Title: Upper crustal structure of Madeira Island revealed from ambient noise tomography
Authors: Matos, C., Silveira, G., Matias, L., Caldeira, R., Ribeiro, M. L., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 298, 136-145, 2015
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19.2.Title: Estimation of locations and migration of debris flows on Izu-Oshima Island, Japan, on 16 October 2013 by the distribution of high frequency seismic amplitudes
Authors: Ogiso, M. and Yomogida, K.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 298, 15-26, 2015
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19.3.Title: Laboratory simulations of fluid/gas induced micro-earthquakes: application to volcano seismology.
Authors: Benson, P. M., Vinciguerra, S., Nasseri, M. and Young, R. P.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 32, 2014
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20. Volcano/climate interactions


20.1.Title: Volcanoes magnify Metro Manila’s southwest monsoon rains and lethal floods
Authors: Lagmay, A. M. A., Bagtasa, G., Crisologo, I. A., Racoma, B. A. B. and David, C. P. C.
Reference: Frontiers in Earth Science, 36, 2015
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21. Volcano/ice interactions


21.1.Title: Effects of deglaciation on the petrology and eruptive history of the Western Volcanic Zone, Iceland
Authors: Eason, D.E., Sinton, J.M., Gronvold, K. and Kurz, M.D.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 47, 2015
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22. Volcanoclastic deposits


22.1.Title: A historical pyroclastic flow emplaced within a pre-existing Pleistocene lava tube: Silidong, Tianchi Volcano, Changbaishan, northeastern China
Authors: Chen, Z., Wei, H., Liu, Y., Tilling, R.I., Xu, J., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(6), Art. No. 48, 2015
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