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Submission open for the session S1.33 | Volcanic degassing: insights into volcanic processes, impacts and hazard, Colloque IAVCEI Cities on Volcanoes 10

Submission of oral and poster contributions is open for the incoming "Cities of Volcanoes 10" conference (https://www.citiesonvolcanoes10.com/), Naples (Italy), 2-7 September 2018, for the session "Volcanic degassing: insights into volcanic processes, impacts and hazard", Symposium 1.33.

Details for the session follow:

SESSION:

S1.33 | Volcanic degassing: insights into volcanic processes, impacts and hazard

CONVENERS:

Giuseppe Salerno | Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Osservatorio Etneo, Italy, giuseppe.salerno@ingv.it
Carlo Cardellini | University of Perugia, carlo.cardellini@unipg.it
Fátima Viveiros | Research Institute for Volcanology and Risk Assessment (IVAR) – University of the Azores, maria.fb.viveiros@azores.gov.pt
Pasquale Sellitto | Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, École Normale Supérieure, France, psellitto@lmd.ens.fr
Andrew McGonigle | University of Sheffield, Department of Geography, UK, A.McGonigle@Sheffield.ac.uk
Franco Tassi | University of Florence, Department of Earth Science, Italy, franco.tassi@unifi.it

DESCRIPTION:

Volcanoes release gas, ash and aerosols particles into the atmosphere during explosive episodes and quiescent stages from vents, fumarole and soil diffuse degassing. Understanding gases dissolved in magma, and measuring their emissions is crucial to characterising states of unrest and evaluates impacts on health, atmospheric composition and the environment. Ranging from astonishing plume emissions to silent exhalation through soils, volcanic degassing exerts a dominant role in forcing the timing and nature of unrests and volcanic eruptions. Volcanogenic emissions have strong impacts on the Earth's radiation budget and climate over a range of temporal and spatial scales. Sulphate may lead to global dimming and a decrease in Earth's surface temperatures for years, similarly halogens can perturb the troposphere causing depletion of stratospheric ozone layer. Direct and indirect gas effects may also impact on local-to-regional air quality seriously affecting biosphere and environment, and the continuous release of gas from soil may pose long-term health-hazards in both outdoor and indoor environment. Gases are measured and monitored via a range of direct-field, remote sensing and laboratory sampling techniques, such as to gain insights into both subterranean-surface processes and the extent of real-time and time-averaged volcano's impacts in concert with geophysical data and modelling. This session focus on the state of the art and multi-disciplinary science concerning all aspects of volcanic degassing and impacts of relevance to the volcanology, environment, atmospheric/climate science and hazard assessment. We invite contribution discussing how we go from observations to synoptic understanding of volcanic processes and their impacts.
 
*Deadline: 10th May 2018.*

Register at the following link:
https://www.citiesonvolcanoes10.com/registration/

Submit an abstract at the following link:
https://www.citiesonvolcanoes10.com/it/abstract-submission/