Glaciers and volcanoes interact in a number of ways, including instances where volcanic/geothermal activity alters glacier dynamics or mass balance, via subglacial eruptions or the deposition of supraglacial tephra. Glaciers can also impact volcanism, for example by directly influencing mechanisms of individual eruptions resulting in the construction of distinct edifices. Glaciers may also influence patterns of eruptive activity when mass balance changes adjust the load on volcanic systems. However, because of the remoteness of many glacio-volcanic environments, these interactions remain poorly understood.
In these complex settings, hazards associated with glacier-volcano interaction can vary from lava flows to volcanic ash, lahars, pyroclastic flows or glacial outburst floods. These can happen consecutively or simultaneously and affect not only the earth, but also glaciers, rivers and the atmosphere. As accumulating, melting, ripping or drifting glaciers generate signals as well as degassing, inflating/ deflating or erupting volcanoes, the challenge is to study, understand and ultimately discriminate these potentially coexisting signals. We wish to fully include geophysical observations of current and recent events with geological observations and interpretations of deposits of past events.
We invite contributions that deal with the mitigation of the hazards associated with ice-covered volcanoes, that improve the understanding of signals generated by ice-covered volcanoes, or studies focused on volcanic impacts on glaciers and vice versa. Research on recent activity is especially welcomed. This includes geological observations e.g. of deposits in the field or remote-sensing data, together with experimental and modelling approaches. We also invite contributions on past activity and glaciovolcanic deposits. We aim to bring together scientists from volcanology, glaciology, seismology, geodesy, hydrology, geomorphology and atmospheric science in order to enable a broad discussion and interaction.

Co-organized as CR5.9/GM9.5/NH2.11
Convener: Iestyn Barr | Co-conveners: Eva Eibl, Magnus Tumi Gudmundsson, Kelly Russell, gioachino roberti, Adelina Geyer, Brent Ward
| Mon, 08 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Room -2.91
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X2

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X2

Chairperson: Gioachino Roberti, Eva Eibl
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Jan Jaszewski
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Dario Pedrazzi, Gabor Kereszturi, Augustin Lobo, Adelina Geyer, and Janina Calle
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| Highlight
Adelina Geyer, Antonio M. Álvarez-Valero, Guillem Gisbert, Meritxell Aulinas, Daniel Hernández-Barreña, Agustín Lobo, and Joan Martí
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Luigi Perotti, Gioachino Roberti, Stefano Freschi, Brent Ward, Marco Giardino, Benjamin van Wyk de Vries, and Pierre Friele
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Sigurdis Jonasdottir, Andrew Russell, Neil Ross, and Matthew Perks
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Rosie Cole, James White, Tobias Durig, Ralf Buettner, Berd Zimanowski, and Hamish Bowman
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Thórdís Högnadóttir, Magnús T Gudmundsson, Eyjólfur Magnússon, Finnur Pálsson, Snaebjörn Gudbjörnsson, Örnólfur Lárusson, and Hannah I Reynolds
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Agustin Lobo, Anna Giralt, Jordi Ibañez, and Adelina Geyer
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Gudrún Larsen, Magnus Tumi Gudmundsson, Maria H. Janebo, and Thordís Högnadóttir