References

Tools and simulation models:

LAHARZ: GIS programs for automated mapping of lahar-inundation hazard zones (Schilling 1998)

A computer model for volcanic as hfallout and assessment of subsequent hazard (Macedonio et al 2005)

A GIS-based methodology for hazard mapping of small volume pyroclastic density currents (Toyos et al 2006)

Automatic GIS-based system for volcanic hazard assessment (Felpeto et al. 2007)

FALL3D : A computational model for transport and deposition of volcanic ash (Folch et al. 2009)

HASSET: a probability event tree tool to evaluate future volcanic scenarios using Bayesian inference (Sobradelo et al 2013)

QVAST: a new Quantum GIS plugin for estimating volcanic susceptibility (Bartolini et al 2013)

Probabilistic approach to decision-making under uncertainty during volcanic crises: retrospective application to the El Hierro (Spain) 2011 volcanic crisis (Sobradelo et al 2014)

A new Volcanic managEment Risk Database desIgn (VERDI): Application to El Hierro Island (Canary Islands) (Bartolini et al 2014b)

A GIS-based methodology for the estimation of potential volcanic damage and its application to Tenerife Island, Spain (Scaini et al. 2014)

Q-LAVHA: A flexible GIS plugin to simulate lava flows (Mossoux et al. 2016)

ST-HASSET for volcanic hazard assessment: A Python tool for evaluating the evolution of unrest indicators (Bartolini et al. 2016)

A scale for ranking volcanoes by risk (Scandone et al 2016)

Examples:

Methodology for the computation of volcanic susceptibility An example for ma fi c and felsic eruptions on Tenerife (Canary Islands) (Marti and Felpeto 2010)

Bayesian event tree for long ‐ term volcanic hazard assessment: Application to Teide ‐ Pico Viejo stratovolcanoes, Tenerife, Canary Islands (Sobradelo and Marti 2010)

Eruptive scenarios of phonolitic volcanism at Teide – Pico Viejo volcanic complex (Tenerife, Canary Islands) (Marti et al 2011)

Volcanic hazard on Deception Island (South Shetland Islands, Antarctica) (Bartolini et al 2014)

Long-term volcanic hazard assessment on El Hierro (Canary Islands) (Becerril et al 2014)

Preliminary assessment for the use of VORIS as a tool for rapid lava flow simulation at Goma Volcano Observatory, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Syavulisembo et al 2015)

Hazard assessment at the Quaternary La Garrotxa Volcanic Field (NE Iberia) (Bartolini et al 2015)

Short-term volcanic hazard assessment through Bayesian inference: retrospective application to the Pinatubo 1991 volcanic crisis (Sobradelo and Marti 2015)

 

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