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Current issue (for Dec 2014). The most recently moderated articles which have not yet been included in a PubVolc digest can be found in new submissions.

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Categories (number of entries in parentheses):

  1. Ash, tephra and plumes (4)
  2. Effusive volcanism (1)
  3. Eruption mechanisms, flow emplacement (1)
  4. Eruptive history (2)
  5. Experimental volcanism (1)
  6. Instruments and techniques (1)
  7. Lava rheology and morphology (2)
  8. Subaqueous volcanism, hydrovolcanism (1)
  9. Tephrochronology (1)
  10. Volcanic gases (3)
  11. Volcanic hazards and risks (2)
  12. Volcano monitoring (1)
  13. Volcano seismology (3)
  14. Volcano tectonics (2)
  15. Volcanoclastic deposits (4)

 

1. Ash, tephra and plumes


1.1.Title: Fall velocity of multi-shaped clasts
Author: Le Roux, J. P.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 130-139, 2014
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1.2.Title: Modeling ash fall distribution from a Yellowstone supereruption
Authors: Mastin, L.G., Van Eaton, A. R. and Lowenstern, J. B.
Reference: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 15(8), 3459-3475, 2014
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1.3.Title: Zircon U–Th–Pb dating using LA-ICP-MS: Simultaneous U–Pb and U–Th dating on the 0.1 Ma Toya Tephra, Japan
Author: Ito, H.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 210-223, 2014
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1.4.Title: Tephra redeposition and mixing in a late-glacial hillside basin determined by cluster analyses of glass-shard geochemistry
Authors: Pouget, S., Bursik, M. and Rogova, G.
Reference: Journal of Quaternary Science, 29(8), 789-802, 2014
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2. Effusive volcanism


2.1.Title: Pathways for degassing during the lava dome eruption of Mount St. Helens 2004-2008
Authors: Gaunt, H.E., Sammonds, P.R., Meredith, P.G., Smith, R and Pallister, J.S.
Reference: Geology, 42(11), 947-950, 2014
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3. Eruption mechanisms, flow emplacement


3.1.Title: Understanding which parameters control shallow ascent of silicic effusive magma
Authors: Thomas M. E. and Neuberg J. W.
Reference: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 15(11), 4481–4506 , 2014
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4. Eruptive history


4.1.Title: Successive collapses of the El Estribo volcanic complex in the Pátzcuaro Lake, Michoacán, Mexico
Authors: Pola, A., Macías, J.L., Garduño-Monroy, V.H., Osorio-Ocampo, S. and Cardona-Melchor, S.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 41-50, 2014
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4.2.Title: When magmas do not interact: paired Roman-age activity revealed by tephra studies at Stromboli volcano
Authors: Francalanci, L., Braschi, E., Di Salvo, S., Lucchi, F. and Petrone, C.M.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 76(12), Art. No. 884, 2014
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5. Experimental volcanism


5.1.Title: CO2 Solubility In Kimberlite Melts
Authors: Moussallam, Y., Morizet, Y., Massuyeau, M., Laumonier, M. and Gaillard, F.
Reference: Chemical Geology, In press, In press, 2014
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6. Instruments and techniques


6.1.Title: Volcanology: Lessons learned from Synthetic Aperture Radar imagery
Authors: Pinel, V., Poland, M.P. and Hooper, A.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 81-113, 2014
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7. Lava rheology and morphology


7.1.Title: The rheology of three-phase suspensions at low bubble capillary number
Authors: Truby, J. M., Mueller, S. P., Llewellin, E. W. and Mader, H. M.
Reference: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 471(2173), 20140557, 2015
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7.2.Title: Geochronological, morphometric and geochemical constraints on the Pampas Onduladas long basaltic flow (Payún Matrú Volcanic Field, Mendoza, Argentina)
Authors: Espanon, V. R., Chivas, A. R., Phillips, D., Matchan, E. L. and Dosseto, A.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 114-129, 2014
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8. Subaqueous volcanism, hydrovolcanism


8.1.Title: Evidence from acoustic imaging for submarine volcanic activity in 2012 off the west coast of El Hierro (Canary Islands, Spain)
Authors: Perez, N.M., Somoza, L., Hernandez, P.A., de Vallejo, L.G., Leon, R., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 76(12), Art. No. 882, 2014
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9. Tephrochronology


9.1.Title: Deposition of the 2011-2012 Cordón Caulle tephra (Chile, 40°S) in lake sediments: Implications for tephrochronology and volcanology
Authors: Bertrand, S., Daga, R., Bedert, R. and Fontijn, K.
Reference: Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 119, 19, 2014
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10. Volcanic gases


10.1.Title: Characterisation of the magmatic signature in gas emissions from Turrialba Volcano, Costa Rica
Authors: Moussallam, Y., Peters, N., Rami­rez, C., Oppenheimer, C., Aiuppa, A., et al.
Reference: Solid Earth, 5(2), 1341-1350, 2014
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10.2.Title: Decadal-scale variability of diffuse CO2 emissions and seismicity revealed from long-term monitoring (1995–2013) at Mammoth Mountain, California, USA
Authors: Werner, C., Bergfeld, D., Farrar, C. D., Doukas, M. P., Kelly, P. J., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 51-63, 2014
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10.3.Title: First combined flux chamber survey of mercury and CO2 emissions from soil diffuse degassing at Solfatara of Pozzuoli crater, Campi Flegrei (Italy): Mapping and quantification of gas release
Authors: Bagnato, E., Barra, M., Cardellini, C., Chiodini, G., Parello, F., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 26-40, 2014
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11. Volcanic hazards and risks


11.1.Title: Scientists’ views about lay perceptions of volcanic hazard and risk
Authors: Donovan, A., Eiser, J.R. and Sparks, R.S.J.
Reference: Journal of Applied Volcanology, 3(1), 15, 2014
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11.2.Title: Probabilistic approach to decision-making under uncertainty during volcanic crises: retrospective application to the El Hierro (Spain) 2011 volcanic crisis
Authors: Sobradelo, R., Martí, J, Kilburn, C and López, C
Reference: Natural Hazards, 20, 2014
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12. Volcano monitoring


12.1.Title: Persistent uplift of the Lazufre volcanic complex (Central Andes): New insights from PCAIM inversion of InSAR time series and GPS data
Authors: Remy, D., Froger, J.L., Perfettini, H., Bonvalot, S., Gabalda, G., et al.
Reference: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 15(9), 3591-3611, 2014
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13. Volcano seismology


13.1.Title: Introduction to an open community infrasound dataset from the actively erupting Sakurajima Volcano, Japan
Authors: Fee, D., Yokoo, A. and Johnson, J.B.
Reference: Seismological Research Letters, 85(6), 1151-1162, 2014
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13.2.Title: Crustal imaging of western Michoacán and the Jalisco Block, Mexico, from Ambient Seismic Noise
Authors: Spica, Z., Cruz-Atienza, V. M., Reyes-Alfaro, G., Legrand, D. and Iglesias, A.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 193-201, 2014
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13.3.Title: Persistent shallow background microseismicity on Hekla volcano, Iceland: A potential monitoring tool
Authors: Eibl, E. P.S., Bean, C. J., Vogfjörd, K. and Braiden, A.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 224-237, 2014
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14. Volcano tectonics


14.1.Title: Tectonic significance of the Florianópolis Dyke Swarm, Paraná–Etendeka Magmatic Province: A reappraisal based on precise U–Pb dating
Authors: Florisbal, L. M., Heaman, L. M., de Assis Janasi, V. and de Fatima Bitencourt, M.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 140-150, 2014
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14.2.Title: Fracturing of doleritic intrusions and associated contact zones: Implications for fluid flow in volcanic basins
Authors: Senger, K., Buckley, S.J., Chevallier, L., Fagereng, Å., Galland, O., et al.
Reference: Journal of African Earth Sciences, 102, 70-85, 2014
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15. Volcanoclastic deposits


15.1.Title: Transport and emplacement mechanisms of channelised long-runout debris avalanches, Ruapehu volcano, New Zealand
Authors: Tost, M., Cronin, S.J. and Procter, J.N.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 76(12), Art. No. 881, 2014
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15.2.Title: Conditions and timescales for welding block-and-ash flow deposits
Authors: Heap, M.J., Kolzenburg, S., Russell, J.K., Campbell, M.E., Welles, J., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 202-209, 2014
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15.3.Title: Magnetic petrofabric of igneous rocks: Lessons from pyroclastic density current deposits and obsidians
Authors: Cañón-Tapia, E. and Mendoza-Borunda, R.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 289, 151-169, 2014
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15.4.Title: Multi-stage collapse events in the South Soufrière Hills, Montserrat as recorded in marine sediment cores
Authors: Cassidy, M., Trofimovs, J., Watt, S.F.L., Palmer, M.R., Taylor, R.N., et al.
Reference: Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 39(1), 383-397, 2014
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