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SAGES VAlIDATE - VOLCANOES – Monitoring their interaction with diverse Earth and human environments
Convener: Luca De Siena 
Thu, 12 Apr, 19:00–20:00  / Room 2.31

Forecasting volcanic eruptions and the interaction with Earth’s atmospheric and surface processes as well as monitoring Earth’s resources in volcanic settings are among some of the most important challenges humanity faces. The SAGES VAlIDATE forum has been established to address issues of fundamental and technological importance in volcano monitoring with a focus on their interplay with diverse Earth environments, resource monitoring, hazard, and human resilience. The long-term outcome will be an improved platform devised for researchers in any volcano-related discipline to apply for large-, medium-, and small-scale funding. The short-term outcome will be to establish connections between these disciplines in order to produce high-impact research and awareness regarding volcano-related settings.

The Scottish Alliance for Geosciences, Environment and Society sponsors this interdisciplinary forum and is interested in sponsoring the meeting:

The SAGES-VAlIDATE town hall meeting will showcase the outcome of this research work and attract a wider European audience, interested in the widest spectrum of volcano Science, spanning from volcano monitoring to the social dimension of volcanic risk.