379 pages, b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Hazardous volcanic activity continues to occur because of rising populations, development pressures and expanding national and international air traffic over volcanic regions. Moreover, rapid globalisation makes U.S. businesses, financial markets, and government interests vulnerable to volcano hazards throughout the world. This book addresses these concerns and considers the question of whether volcanic activity has been increasing over the past decades.
- Airborne Magnetic Surveys and 3D Magnetic Modeling of Active Volcanoes in Japan
- The Use of Statistical Multiparameter Approach for the Joint Interpretation of Multiple Physical Property 3D Earth Models: Application to the Mount Etna Volcano (Southern Italy)
- Episodic Magma Supply Changing Eruption Style and Eruption Frequency Estimated from Long-term Geodetic Measurements
- Catastrophic Volcanic Sector Collapses in Japan: A Fundamental Erosion Process and Natural Hazard in Island Arcs
- Mud Volcano Systems
- Solidification Behaviour of Natural Silicate Melts and Volcanological Implications
- Preliminary Assessment of Volcanic and Hydrothermal Hazards in Yellowstone National Park and Vicinity
- Understanding Volcano Hazards and Preventing Volcanic Disasters: A Science Strategy for the Volcano Hazards Program, U.S Geological Survery, 2004-2008
- Volcán Barú – Eruptive History and Volcano-Hazards Assessment
- Frequently Asked Questions about Volcanoes
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