Electromagnetic, seismic and other geophysical methods applied to volcano imaging and monitoring for hazard assessment (co-organized)
|Co-Conveners: M. Hensch , A. G. Jones|
Due to the recent eruptive events in Iceland and Chile, the scientific interest is overwhelming in gaining as much information about volcanic structures and processes to enhance understanding of volcanic systems world-wide. This session will focus on the contributions that electromagnetic, seismic and other geophysical methods can provide to increase the knowledge and understanding.
We invite contributions of all kinds of geophysical methods from the more established ones like, e.g., seismic observations, to the ones that are not commonly applied to volcanic systems yet like, e.g., electromagnetic methods. This session will be an opportunity to present new developments, approaches and strategies related to geophysical volcano imaging and monitoring as well as case studies from any volcanic system in the world.