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IAVCEI eVolcano Curated Video Library

IAVCE is piloting an eVolcano video project to curate and distribute Volcanology videos.  Please consider contributing some content!

The eVolcano pilot project includes peer-reviewed videos that are 20-30min long scientific lectures covering different fields and subjects in Volcanology, targeting the University level in English language. You could think of it like as many of you had to teach lately, i.e. by recording power point or zoom lectures. Of course, if anyone would be interested in using their Universities’ MOOC equipment they are encouraged to do so, but it is not mandatory.  Please let the commission chairs know if you are interested in participating. We have one contribution already to discuss offshore geodesy, but some contributions relating general aspects of deformation monitoring methods would be a nice addition.

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2020 Highlights
Commission on Volcano Geodesy

2020 Highlights

Thank you to those of you who contributed descriptions of your work for the annual highlights reports.  We are always interested in new work to highlight, if you publish something yourself, or see something in-print that would be worthy of…


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Drivers of Volcano Deformation Exercises

We are pleased to announce the launch of a volcano model verification and validation initiative “Drivers of Volcano Deformation” (DVD), sponsored by CONVERSE/IAVCEI/Modeling Collaboratory for Subduction. DVD Phase 1 consists of several exercises to test commonly used models for ground deformation at volcanoes. As forward and inverse models of volcano deformation increase in complexity, it…


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Status of unrest in Reykjanes

The IMO (Icelandic Met Office) published the interferogram showing new dike intrusion on Reykjanes Peninsula and deformation associated with the M 5.47 earthquake on 31 July 2022. Through this interferogram, it’s possible to observe approximately 16 cm of northwestward displacement…


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