Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling
Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling
Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling
Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling
Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling
Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling
Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling
Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling

Commission on Tephra Hazard Modeling

THM Commission sponsored a scientific symposium

THM Commission sponsored a scientific symposium

The THM Commission sponsored a scientific symposium at the Cities on Volcanoes 2018 meeting in Naples, Italy. Session S01.26 Volcanic ash: from monitoring to impacts. Conveners: Takahiro Miwa | National Res. Inst. for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience (NIED), Costanza Bonadonna | Université de Genève, Nobuo Geshi...

IAVCEI workshop on Santorini Volcano

IAVCEI workshop on Santorini Volcano

IAVCEI workshop on Santorini Volcano, organised jointly by the Commission on Explosive Volcanism and the Commission on Tephra Hazard Modelling, and associated with Cities on Volcanoes 2020. DUE TO COVID-19, THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELED. WE ARE WORKING ON OTHER OPTIONS...

IVESPA database

IVESPA database

Open-source article published in JVGR documenting results of the Working Group on Eruption Source Parameters and the new IVESPA database

The THM Commission is co-organizing a scientific symposium

The THM Commission is co-organizing a scientific symposium

The THM Commission is co-organizing a scientific symposium at the Fall AGU meeting entitled “Tephra, volcanic processes, and hazards: A session in honor of Don Mullineaux”. Abstracts are due August 4th and details can be found here.

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Meet the current ECR-Net Working Group members (2015-2017)

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About THM IAVCEI Commission

The IAVCEI Commission on Tephra Hazard Modelling (THM) was born in 2003 to improve our quantitative understanding of tephra hazards using numerical models and field data. Over the past ~15 years, the commission has actively organized workshops, symposia, and fostered communication among numerical modelers, field geologists, and operational forecasters from the VAACs and observatories. A few of the notable outcomes include: a dataset for the validation of Volcanic Tephra Sedimentation models, scientific recommendations for collecting the largests clasts of tephra deposits for the determination of plume height, a consensual document from two IUGG-WMO workshops on volcanic ash and aviation (2010, 2013), and a JVGR special issue on eruption column model inter-comparison.