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Detecting, Modelling and Responding to Effusive Eruptions

Product Code: SP426
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by A.J.L. Harris, T. De Groeve, F. Garel and S.A. Carn
Publication Date: 28 June 2016
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Special Publication 426

For effusive volcanoes in resource-poor regions, there is a pressing need for a crisis response-chain bridging the global scientific community to allow provision of standard products for timely humanitarian response. As a first step in attaining this need, this Special Publication provides a complete directory of current operational capabilities for monitoring effusive eruptions. This volume also reviews the state-of-the-art in terms of satellite-based volcano hot-spot tracking and lava-flow simulation. These capabilities are demonstrated using case studies taken from well-known effusive events that have occurred worldwide over the last two decades at volcanoes such as Piton de la Fournaise, Etna, Stromboli and Kilauea. We also provide case-type response models implemented at the same volcanoes, as well as the results of a community-wide drill used to test a fully-integrated response focused on an operational hazard-GIS. Finally, the objectives and recommendations of the ‘Risk Evaluation, Detection and Simulation during Effusive Eruption Disasters’ working group are laid out in a statement of community needs by its members.

Published online 16/06/2016. Print copies available from 28/06/2016.

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Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN:
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 9781862397361
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 683
Weight: 1.6 kg

Contents

HARRIS, A., DE GROEVE, T., CARN, S. & GAREL, F. Risk evaluation, detection and simulation during effusive eruption disasters

Hot spot detection, tracking and targeting

WRIGHT, R. MODVOLC: 14 years of autonomous observations of effusive volcanism from space

PERGOLA, N., COVIELLO, I., FILIZZOLA, C., LACAVA, T., MARCHESE, F., PACIELLO, R. & TRAMUTOLI, V. A review of RSTVOLC, an original algorithm for automatic detection and near-real-time monitoring of volcanic hotspots from space

LOMBARDO, V. AVHotRR: near-real time routine for volcano monitoring using IR satellite data 

ZAKŠEK, K., PICK, L., SHIRZAEI, M. & HORT, M. Thermal monitoring of volcanic effusive activity: the uncertainties and outlier detection

RAMSEY, M. S. Synergistic use of satellite thermal detection and science: a decadal perspective using ASTER

DAVIES, A. G., CHIEN, S., TRAN, D. & DOUBLEDAY, J. The NASA Volcano Sensor Web, advanced autonomy and the remote sensing of volcanic eruptions: a review

Towards operational tracking and dissemination systems

FERRUCCI, F. & HIRN, B. Automated monitoring of high-temperature volcanic features: from high-spatial to very-high-temporal resolution 

COPPOLA, D., LAIOLO, M., CIGOLINI, C., DONNE, D. D. & RIPEPE, M. Enhanced volcanic hot-spot detection using MODIS IR data: results from the MIROVA system   

GANCI, G., BILOTTA, G., CAPPELLO, A., HERAULT, A. & DEL NEGRO, C. HOTSAT: a multiplatform system for the thermal monitoring of volcanic activity using satellite data 

GOUHIER, M., GUE´HENNEUX, Y., LABAZUY, P., CACAULT, P., DECRIEM, J. & RIVET, S. HOTVOLC: a web-based monitoring system for volcanic hot spots  

GAREL, F., KAMINSKI, E´, TAIT, S. & LIMARE, A. A fluid dynamics perspective on the interpretation of  the surface thermal signal of lava flows 

BARNIE, T. D. & OPPENHEIMER, C. Inverting multispectral thermal time-series images of volcanic eruptions for lava emplacement models

CARN, S. A. On the detection and monitoring of effusive eruptions using satellite SO2 measurements

Lava flow modelling

TARQUINI, S. & FAVALLI, M. Simulating the area covered by lava flows using the DOWNFLOW code

HARRIS, A. J. L., RHÉTY, M., GURIOLI, L., VILLENEUVE, N. & PARIS, R. Simulating the thermorheological evolution of channel-contained lava: FLOWGO and its implementation in EXCEL  

KELFOUN, K. & VARGAS, S. V. VolcFlow capabilities and potential development for the simulation of  lava flows

RONGO, R., LUPIANO, V., SPATARO, W., D’AMBROSIO, D., IOVINE, G. & CRISCI, G. M. SCIARA: cellular automata lava flow modelling and applications in hazard prediction and mitigation

CAPPELLO, A., HÉRAULT, A., BILOTTA, G., GANCI, G. & DEL NEGRO, C. MAGFLOW: a physics-based model  for the dynamics of lava-flow emplacement 

FUJITA, E. & NAGAI, M. LavaSIM: its physical basis and applicability

BILOTTA, G., HÉRAULT, A., CAPPELLO,  A., GANCI, G. & DEL NEGRO, C. GPUSPH: a  Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics model for the thermal and rheological evolution of lava flows

BERNABEU, N., SARAMITO, P. &  SMUTEK, C. Modelling lava flow advance using a shallow-depth approximation for three-dimensional cooling of viscoplastic flows

CORDONNIER, B., LEV, E. & GAREL, F. Benchmarking lava-flow models

 

Application in crisis-mode: experiences and requirements

BONACCORSO, A., CALVARI, S. & BOSCHI, E. Hazard mitigation and crisis management during major flank eruptions at Etna volcano: reporting on real experience

MILLER, P. I. & HARRIS, A. J. L. Near-real-time service provision during effusive crises at Etna and  Stromboli: basis and implementation of satellite-based  IR operations  

PATRICK, M. R., KAUAHIKAUA, J., ORR, T., DAVIES, A. & RAMSEY, M. Operational thermal remote sensing and lava flow monitoring at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory  

CATRY, T., VILLENEUVE, N., FROGER, J.-L. & MAGGIO, G. InSAR monitoring using  RADARSAT-2 data at Piton de la Fournaise (La Reunion) and Karthala (Grande Comore) volcanoes 

BATO, M. G., FROGER, J. L., HARRIS, A. J. L. & VILLENEUVE, N. Monitoring an effusive eruption at Piton de la Fournaise using radar and thermal infrared remote sensing data: insights into the October  2010 eruption and its lava flows 

ANDREDAKIS, I. & DE GROEVE, T. Towards a global humanitarian volcano impact alert model integrated into a multi-hazard system 

Conclusion

HARRIS, A. J. L., CARN, S., DEHN, J., DEL NEGRO, C., GUÐMUNDSSON, M. T., CORDONNIER, B., BARNIE, T., CHAHI, E., CALVARI, S., CATRY, T., DE  GROEVE, T., COPPOLA, D., DAVIES, A., FAVALLI, M., FERRUCCI, F., FUJITA, E., GANCI, G., GAREL, F., HUET, P., KAUAHIKAUA, J., KELFOUN, K., LOMBARDO, V., MACEDONIO, G., PACHECO, J., PATRICK, M., PERGOLA, N., RAMSEY, M., RONGO, R., SAHY, F., SMITH, K., TARQUINI, S., THORDARSON, T., VILLENEUVE, N., WEBLEY, P., WRIGHT, R. & ZAKŠEK, K. Conclusion: recommendations and findings of the RED SEED working group  

LATUTRIE, B., ANDREDAKIS, I., DE  GROEVE, T., HARRIS, A. J. L., LANGLOIS, E., VAN  WYK  DE  VRIES, B., SAUBIN, E., BILOTTA, G., CAPPELLO, A., CRISCI, G. M., D’AMBROSIO, D., DEL NEGRO, C., FAVALLI, M., FUJITA, E., IOVINE, G., KELFOUN, K., RONGO, R., SPATARO, W., TARQUINI, S., COPPOLA, D., GANCI, G., MARCHESE, F., PERGOLA, N. & TRAMUTOLI, V. Testing a geographical information system for damage and evacuation assessment during an effusive volcanic crisis 

 

Index  

Reviews

Mark Griffin
01.06.2017

This publication is undoubtedly an important data reference source that documents current insights and progress within the science and technology underpinning the humanitarian responses available (or required) to effectively mitigrate the impacts of effusive eruption events.

The anticipated readership will be geoscientific, technical and engineering practitioners working within this field (and contributory disciplines), as well as humanitarian responses requiring a thorough comptemporary understanding of the scientific developments informing their decision-making.

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