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David Colby 5 Sep 18
First time seeing boiling mud at Pisciarelli in Campi Flegrei and it's quite spectacular! Mud ~95 degrees and plume 130. This one site releases 500 tonnes of CO2 per day!
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Nicolás Luengo V. 3 Sep 18
If you are at the come to see my poster and bring you cellphone with a QR scanner! 👀 You will love it! S01.05 Position 03 - 73 🙌
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Alexa Van Eaton 6 Sep 18
Carol Stewart just taught us that the pH of rainwater is ~5.6 (hmm did not know that), and here’s the golden cheat sheet for what to analyze in ash-contaminated water after an eruption.
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Julia Woitischek 5 Sep 18
On top of Vesuvius field trip
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Geology Hull 4 Sep 18
PhD student Jazmin is at this week. She presents her PhD research on historical & social volcanology of La Soufriere, At Vincent on Thursday!
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Geology Hull 30 Aug 18
PhD student Jazmin is presenting her research on La Soufriere Volcano, St Vincent at the Cities on Volcanoes conference. Her presentation is next week!
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Dr. Danielle Charlton 🗺 6 Sep 18
Reflections on different truths (lived, evidence based and societal) at
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Dr. Jessica Ball 1 Sep 18
Great discussions going on in the social media workshop today. Come see my talk Monday afternoon (S03.18) to hear even more Kīlauea lessons learned!
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lis gallant 6 Sep 18
Interested in learning about site-specific hazard assessments? Stop by my talk on Friday at 11:30 in Eolie Panarea to hear about a probabilistic lava flow hazard assessment for a nuclear facility in Idaho. This work is summed up in an article recently accepted in Geology
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Julia Crummy 5 Sep 18
Super excited to be off up Vesuvius on the intrameeting field trip!
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Hannah Moss-Davies 6 Sep 18
Excellent talk by on the 1812 eruption of La Soufriere and its impacts on the island of St. Vincent
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JenniBarclay 7 Sep 18
Geeking out with the awesomeness of a system of trackers and beacons that precisely tracked 14,672 visitors over *2 weeks* on Mt Fuji to trial a system that would help locate folks in an emergency by Fujisan Challenge Platform
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IAVCEI Hazard + Risk 7 Sep 18
How do you communicate hazards when eruptions are infrequent? Hannah Dietterich presents some “what-if” scenarios for potential eruptions similar to past eruptions in northern California.
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Katie Preece 5 Sep 18
Volcanic building stones of Naples: the Neapolitan Yellow Tuff and the Piperno (proximal facies of Campanian Ignimbrite - look at those fiamme!)
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IAVCEI Hazard + Risk 7 Sep 18
Impact scenarios at Campi Flegrei presenter by - scenarios based on past events may underestimate future unrest.
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PAGES 6 Sep 18
Interested in knowing more about the PAGES project? will give an overview talk today at 18:45 in the Sardegna room
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Alastair Hodgetts 12 Sep 18
Heading back from and post-conference fieldwork! What a great 10 days away meeting old and new friends/colleagues in the community. I'll be back to see the volcanoes of Naples again but for now here's a picture of me by some active fumaroles and boiling mud!
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Frances Boreham 6 Sep 18
Vesuvius and the bay of Naples are looking beautiful this evening
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Mike Cassidy 6 Sep 18
Naples & Vesuvius. Never seen a city so close from the top of a volcano. Short but fantastic first for me. Enjoyed interaction with more applied volcanology side. Now time to get back to my lovely little boy!
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Victoria Smith 4 Sep 18
Not too late to come see the evidence for a large magnitude/caldera-forming? eruption from Campi Flegrei at 29 ka poster session
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