[unav_all] AGU session on volcano geodesy (G011)

Poland, Michael mpoland at usgs.gov
Thu Jun 25 09:29:02 MDT 2015


Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the session "G011: Measuring changes at
volcanoes using geodesy: An update of methods and results" at the 2015 Fall
AGU meeting (abstract submission deadline: 5 August 2015, 11:59 P.M. EDT).
The session description is as follows:

Geodesy is an essential tool for monitoring and risk assessment during
volcanic unrest, providing valuable data e.g. for exploring geometry and
volume of magma transfer in magma plumbing systems. Recent decades have
seen an explosion in the quality and quantity of volcano geodetic data,
which has created a need for new approaches to geodetic data analysis,
interpretation, and modeling. Geodetic data have different temporal and
spatial resolution, as well as different origins (ground-, air-, and
space-based), and new tools are needed for data fusion and joint
interpretation, both between geodetic datasets and with other types of
volcano monitoring results (seismic, gas, geology, etc.).  This is
especially relevant now given the expansion in GEO’s Geohazard Supersites
and Natural Laboratories initiative to sites around the globe.  We invite
presentations ranging from observations to methodologies to theoretical
studies of volcano geodesy, and especially those that involve multiple
disparate datasets (both geodetic and non-geodetic).

Primary Convener:
Jose Fernandez, Institute of Geosciences (CSIC-UCM), Plaza de Ciencias 3,
28040, Madrid, Spain

Co-conveners:
Michael P Poland, USGS - Cascades Volcano Observatory, Vancouver, WA,
United States
Freysteinn Sigmundsson, University of Iceland, Nordic Volcanological
Center, Institute of Earth Sciences, Reykjavik, Iceland
Antonio Pepe, CNR - IREA, Naples, Italy

Co-Sponsor(s):
NH - Natural Hazards
V - Volcanology, Geochemistry and Petrology

https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/preliminaryview.cgi/Session7753

Hoping to see you in San Francisco this December!

Jose, Mike, Freysteinn, and Antonio
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