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Categories (number of entries in parentheses):

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

 

1. Ash, tephra and plumes


1.1.Title: Volcanic stratigraphy of a high-altitude Mammuthus columbi (Tlacotenco, Sierra Chichinautzin), Central Mexico
Authors: Guilbaud, M.-N., Arana-Salinas, L., Siebe, C., Barba-Pingarron, L.A. and Ortiz, A.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(3), Art. No. 17, 2015
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1.2.Title: High-resolution 3D analyses of the shape and internal constituents of small volcanic ash particles: The contribution of SEM micro-computed tomography (SEM micro-CT)
Authors: Vonlanthen, P., Rausch, J., Ketcham, R. A., Putlitz, B., Baumgartner, L. P., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 293, 1-12, 2015
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1.3.Title: The role of gravitational instabilities in deposition of volcanic ash
Authors: Manzella, I., Bonadonna, C., Phillips, J. C. and Monnard, H.
Reference: Geology, 43(3), 211-214, 2015
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1.4.Title: Civil aviation management during explosive volcanic eruptions: A survey on the stakeholders' perspective on the use of tephra dispersal models
Authors: Scaini, C., Bolic, T., Folch, A. and Castelli, L.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 294, 25-36, 2015
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1.5.Title: The role of bubbles in generating fine ash during hydromagmatic eruptions
Authors: Liu, E.J., Cashman, K.V., Rust, A.C. and Gislason, S.
Reference: Geology, 43(3), 239-242, 2015
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1.6.Title: Sedimentation of long-lasting wind-affected volcanic plumes: the example of the 2011 rhyolitic Cordón Caulle eruption, Chile
Authors: Bonadonna, C., Cioni, R., Pistolesi, M., Elissondo, M. and Baumann, V.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(2), 13, 2015
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1.7.Title: Lightning-induced volcanic spherules
Authors: Genareau, K., Wardman, J.B., Wilson, T.M., McNutt, S.R. and Izbekov, P.
Reference: Geology, 43(4), 319-322, 2015
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2. Eruption mechanisms, flow emplacement


2.1.Title: Nature and velocity of pyroclastic density currents inferred from models of entrainment of substrate lithic clasts
Author: Roche, O.
Reference: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 418, 115-125, 2015
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2.2.Title: Volcano-sedimentary characteristics in the Abu Treifiya Basin, Cairo–Suez District, Egypt: Example of dynamics and fluidization over sedimentary and volcaniclastic beds by emplacement of syn-volcanic basaltic rocks
Authors: Khalaf, E.A., Abdel Motelib, A., Hammed, M.S. and El Manawi, A.H.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 292, 1-28, 2015
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2.3.Title: Shallow plumbing and eruptive processes of a scoria cone built on steep terrain
Authors: Harp, A.G. and Valentine, G.A.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 294, 37–55, 2015
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3. Eruptive history


3.1.Title: The 1732 Surtseyan eruption of Eggoya, Jan Mayen, North Atlantic: deposits, distribution, chemistry and chronology
Authors: Gjerlow, E., Hoskuldsson, A. and Pedersen, R.-B.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(2), Art. No. 14, 2015
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3.2.Title: Eruptive history of a low-frequency and low-output rate Pleistocene volcano, Ciomadul, South Harghita Mts., Romania
Authors: Szakacs, A., Seghedi, I., Pecskay, Z. and Mirea, V.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(2), Art. No. 12, 2015
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3.3.Title: The Satah Mountain and Baldface Mountain volcanic fields: Pleistocene hot spot volcanism in the Anahim Volcanic Belt, west-central British Columbia, Canada
Authors: Kuehn, C., Guest, B., Russell, J.K. and Benowitz, J.A.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(3), Art. No. 19, 2015
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3.4.Title: Neogene to Quaternary basalts of the Jabal Eghei (Nuqay) area (south Libya): Two distinct volcanic events or continuous volcanism with gradual shift in magma composition?
Authors: Radivojevic, M., Toljic, M., Turki, S. M., Bojic, Z., Saric, K., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 293, 57-74, 2015
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4. Experimental volcanism


4.1.Title: A new shape dependent drag correlation formula for non-spherical rough particles. Experiments and results
Authors: Dioguardi, F. and Mele, D.
Reference: Powder Technology, 277, 222-230, 2015
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5. Explosive volcanism


5.1.Title: Silicate glass micro and nanospherules generated in explosive eruptions of ultrabasic magmas: Implications for the origin of pelletal lapilli
Authors: Carracedo Sánchez, M., Sarrionandia, F., Arostegui, J. and Gil Ibarguchi, J.I.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 293, 13-24, 2015
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5.2.Title: Experiments with vertically and laterally migrating subsurface explosions with applications to the geology of phreatomagmatic and hydrothermal explosion craters and diatremes
Authors: Valentine, G.A., Graettinger, A.H., Macorps, É., Ross, P.-S., White, J.D.L., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77, 15, 2015
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6. Field relationships


6.1.Title: Volcanic, tectonic and mass-wasting processes offshore Terceira Island (Azores) revealed by high-resolution seafloor mapping
Authors: Casalbore, D., Romagnoli, C., Pimentel, A., Quartau, R., Casas, D., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(3), Art. No. 24, 2015
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6.2.Title: Intracanyon basalt lavas of the Debed River (northern Armenia), part of a Pliocene-Pleistocene continental flood basalt province in the South Caucasus
Authors: Sheth, H., Meliksetian, Kh., Gevorgyan, H., Israyelyan, A. and Navasardyan, G.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 295, 1-15, 2015
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7. General or miscellaneous


7.1.Title: Deposit loading and its effect on co-eruptive volcano deformation
Authors: Odbert, H. M., Taisne, B. and Gottsmann, J.
Reference: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 413, 186-196, 2015
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7.2.Title: Impact of three common post-depositional environmental settings on siliceous sinter diagenesis: An eight year experiment
Author: Lynne, B. Y.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 292, 84-101, 2015
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8. Hydrothermal systems


8.1.Title: Dynamics within geyser conduits, and sensitivity to environmental perturbations: Insights from a periodic geyser in the El Tatio geyser field, Atacama Desert, Chile
Authors: Munoz-Saez, C., Manga, M., Hurwitz, S., Rudolph, M. L., Namiki, A., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 292, 41-55, 2015
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8.2.Title: Assessment of geothermal energy potential by geophysical methods: Nevsehir Region, Central Anatolia
Authors: Kiyak, A., Karavul, C., Gulen, L., Peksen, E. and Kilic, A. R.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 295, 55-64, 2015
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8.3.Title: Fault-controlled fluid flow inferred from hydrothermal vents imaged in 3D seismic reflection data, offshore NW Australia
Authors: Magee, C., Duffy, O.B., Purnell, K., Bell, R.E., Jackson, C.A-L., et al.
Reference: Basin Research, Online, 1-20, 2015
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8.4.Title: Mechanical behaviour and failure modes in the Whakaari (White Island volcano) hydrothermal system, New Zealand
Authors: Heap, M. J., Kennedy, B. M., Pernin, N., Jacquemard, L., Baud, P., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 295, 26-42, 2015
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9. Igneous geochemistry


9.1.Title: Bursting the bubble of melt inclusions
Author: Lowenstern, J.B.
Reference: American Mineralogist, 100(4), 672–673, 2015
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9.2.Title: New geochemical and isotopic insights to evaluate the geothermal resource of the hydrothermal system of Rosario de la Frontera (Salta, northern Argentina)
Authors: Chiodi, A., Tassi, F., Báez, W., Maffucci, R., Invernizzi, C., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 295, 16-25, 2015
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9.3.Title: Origin of chemical and isotopic heterogeneity in a mafic, monogenetic volcanic field: A case study of the Lunar Crater Volcanic Field, Nevada
Authors: Rasoazanamparany, C., Widom, E., Valentine, G.A., Smith, E.I., Cortes, J.A., et al.
Reference: Chemical Geology, 397, 76-93, 2015
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9.4.Title: Volatiles (S-CO2-H2O-Cl-F) Behavior during the AD 1944 Eruption
Author: Paone, A.
Reference: International Journal of Geosciences, 6, 1-8, 2015
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10. Igneous petrology


10.1.Title: Intrinsic conditions of magma genesis at the Lunar Crater Volcanic Field (Nevada), and implications for internal plumbing and magma ascent
Authors: Cortes, J. A., Smith, E. I., Valentine, G., Johnsen, R., Rasoazanamparany, C., et al.
Reference: American Mineralogist, 100, 396-413, 2015
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10.2.Title: Origin of the Powai ankaramite, and the composition, P-T conditions of equilibration and evolution of the primary magmas of the Deccan tholeiites
Authors: Chatterjee, N. and Sheth, H.
Reference: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 169, 32, 2015
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10.3.Title: Origin of Basalts by Hybridization in Andesite-dominated Arcs
Authors: Cassidy, M., Edmonds, M., Watt, S.F.L., Palmer, M.R. and Gernon, T.M
Reference: Journal of Petrology, 56(2), 325-346, 2015
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11. Lava rheology and morphology


11.1.Title: Emplacement history and inflation evidence of a long basaltic lava flow located in Southern Payenia Volcanic Province, Argentina
Authors: Bernardi, M. I., Bertotto, G. W., Jalowitzki, T. L.R., Orihashi, Y. and Ponce, A. D.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 293, 46-56, 2015
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11.2.Title: Rates of water exsolution and magma ascent inferred from microstructures and chemical analyses of the Tokachi–Ishizawa obsidian lava, Shirataki, northern Hokkaido, Japan
Authors: Sano, K., Wada, K. and Sato, E.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 292, 29-40, 2015
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12. Magma migration and fragmentation


12.1.Title: Dikes, sills, and stress-regime evolution during emplacement of the Jagged Rocks Complex, Hopi Buttes Volcanic Field, Navajo Nation, USA
Authors: Re, G., White, J.D.L. and Ort, M.H.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 295, 65-79, 2015
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12.2.Title: A review of mechanical models of dike propagation: schools of thought, results and future directions
Authors: Rivalta, E, Taisne, B, Bunger, A and Katz, R
Reference: Tectonophysics, 638, 1-42, 2015
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13. Mud volcanism


13.1.Title: Bubble mobility in mud and magmatic volcanoes
Authors: Tran, A., Rudolph, M. L. and Manga, M.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 294, 11-24, 2015
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14. Physics and chemistry of magma bodies


14.1.Title: Continuous magma recharge at Mt. Etna during the 2011 – 2013 period controls the style of volcanic activity and compositions of erupted lavas
Authors: Viccaro, M., Calcagno, R., Garozzo, I., Giuffrida, M. and Nicotra, E.
Reference: Mineralogy and Petrology, 109, 67-83, 2015
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14.2.Title: Non-invasive assessment of the formation of tourmaline nodules by X-ray microtomography and computer modeling
Authors: Valentini, L., Marchesini, B., Parisatto, M., Perugini, D. and Artioli, G.
Reference: American Mineralogist, 100(2-3), 459-465, 2015
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15. Remote sensing of volcanoes


15.1.Title: Discriminating lava flows of different age within Nyamuragira’s volcanic field using spectral mixture analysis
Authors: Li, L., Canters, F., Solana, C., Ma, W., Chen, L., et al.
Reference: International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 40, 1-10, 2015
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15.2.Title: Studying monogenetic volcanoes with a terrestrial laser scanner: case study at Croscat volcano (Garrotxa Volcanic Field, Spain)
Authors: Geyer, A., Garcia-Selles, D., Pedrazzi, D., Barde-Cabusson, S., Marti, J., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(3), Art. No. 22, 2015
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15.3.Title: High-spatial-resolution imagery helps map deposits of the large (VEI 4) 2010 Merapi Volcano eruption and their impact
Authors: Solikhin, A., Thouret, J.-C., Liew, S.C., Gupta, A., Sayudi, D.S., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(3), Art. No. 20, 2015
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16. Subaqueous volcanism, hydrovolcanism


16.1.Title: Construction of the North Head (Maungauika) tuff cone: a product of Surtseyan volcanism, rare in the Auckland Volcanic Field, New Zealand
Authors: Agustin-Flores, J., Nemeth, K., Cronin, S.J., Lindsay, J.M. and Kereszturi, G.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(2), Art. No. 11, 2015
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17. Subduction zone processes


17.1.Title: Temporal Evolution of the Mariana Arc: Mantle Wedge and Subducted Slab Controls Revealed with a Tephra Perspective
Authors: Straub, S.M., Woodhead, J.D. and Arculus, R.J.
Reference: Journal of Petrology, 56(2), 409-439, 2015
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18. Volcanic gases


18.1.Title: Magmatic gas emissions at Holocene volcanic features near Mono Lake, California, and their relation to regional magmatism
Authors: Bergfeld, D., Evans, W. C., Howle, J. F. and Hunt, A. G.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 292, 70-83, 2015
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18.2.Title: Temporal variations in fumarole gas chemistry at Poás volcano, Costa Rica
Authors: Fischer, T.P., Ramírez, C., Mora-Amador, R.A., Hilton, D.R., Barnes, J.D., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 294, 56-70, 2015
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18.3.Title: Developing a new, passive diffusion sampler suite to detect helium anomalies associated with volcanic unrest
Authors: Dame, B.E., Solomon, D.K., Evans, W.C. and Ingebritsen, S.E.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(3), Art. No. 23, 2015
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18.4.Title: SO2 emissions at Semeru volcano, Indonesia: Characterization and quantification of persistent and periodic explosive activity
Authors: Smekens, J-F., Clarke, A.B., Burton, M.R., Harijoko, A. and Wibowo, H.E.
Reference: J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. (Special issue on Plume Imaging), in press, 2015
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18.5.Title: Diffuse volcanic gas emission and thermal energy release from the summit crater of Pico do Fogo, Cape Verde
Authors: Dionis, S.M., Melian, G., Rodriguez, F., Hernandez, P.A., Padron, E., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(2), Art. No. 10, 2015
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19. Volcanic hazards and risks


19.1.Title: Variations in community exposure to lahar hazards from multiple volcanoes in Washington State (USA)
Authors: Diefenbach, A.K., Wood, N.J. and Ewert, J.W.
Reference: Journal of Applied Volcanology, 4(1), 14, 2015
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19.2.Title: Book review: Grant Heiken: Dangerous Neighbors: Volcanoes and Cities
Author: Sheth, H.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77, 25, 2015
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20. Volcano monitoring


20.1.Title: Improved space borne detection of volcanic ash for real-time monitoring using 3-Band method
Authors: Guéhenneux, Y., Gouhier, M. and Labazuy, P.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 293, 25-45, 2015
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20.2.Title: Terrestrial laser scanning observations of geomorphic changes and varying lava lake levels at Erebus volcano, Antarctica
Authors: Jones, L. K., Kyle, P. R., Oppenheimer, C., Frechette, J. D. and Okal, M. H.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 295, 43-54, 2015
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20.3.Title: Kawah Ijen volcanic activity: a review
Authors: Caudron, C., Syahbana, D.K., Lecocq, T., van Hinsberg, V., McCausland, W., et al.
Reference: Bull Volcanol, 77(16), 39, 2015
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21. Volcano seismology


21.1.Title: Duration–amplitude relationships of volcanic tremor and earthquake swarms preceding and during the 2009 eruption of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska
Authors: DeRoin, N., McNutt, S. R. and Thompson, G.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 292, 56-69, 2015
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22. Volcano tectonics


22.1.Title: Directional flank spreading at Mount Cameroon volcano: Evidence from analogue modeling
Authors: Kervyn, M, Van Wyk de Vries, B, Walter, T.R, Njome, M.S., Suh, C.E., et al.
Reference: Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, 119(10), 7542–7563, 2014
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23. Volcano/ice interactions


23.1.Title: Seasonal release of anoxic geothermal meltwater from the Katla volcanic system at Sólheimajökull, Iceland.
Authors: Wynn, P.M., Morrell, D.J., Tuffen, H., Barker, P. and Burns, R.
Reference: Chemical Geology , 396, 228–238., 2015
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23.2.Title: Lava-ice interaction on a large composite volcano: a case study from Ruapehu, New Zealand
Authors: Conway, C.E., Townsend, D.B., Leonard, G.S., Wilson, C.J.N., Calvert, A.T., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(3), 21, 2015
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23.3.Title: Glacier melting during lava dome growth at Nevado de Toluca volcano (Mexico): Evidences of a major threat before main eruptive phases at ice-caped volcanoes
Authors: Capra, L., Roverato, M., Groppelli, G., Caballero, L., Sulpizio, R., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 294, 1-10, 2015
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24. Volcanoclastic deposits


24.1.Title: Calibrating the pTRM and charcoal reflectance (Ro%) methods to determine the emplacement temperature of ignimbrites: Fogo A sequence, Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal, as a case study
Authors: Pensa, A., Porreca, M., Corrado, S., Giordano, G. and Cas, R.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 77(3), Art. No. 18, 2015
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25. Volcanoes and mankind


25.1.Title: Ancient oral tradition describes volcano-earthquake interaction at Merapi volcano, Indonesia
Authors: Troll, V.R., Deegan, F.M., Jolis, E.M., Budd, D.A., Dahren, B., et al.
Reference: Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, 97, 137-166, 2015
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