Volcanic landforms, processes and hazards

International Association of Geomorphology (IAG), Working Group on "Volcanic Geomorphology"

Ed.: Jean-Claude Thouret; D.K. Chester

2005. XI, 231 pages, 97 figures, 29 tables, 17x24cm, 580 g
Language: English

(Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementbände, Volume 140)

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Introduction V-XI
1 Growth and destruction of volcanic landforms and structures
Della Seta, M., Del Monte, M., Fredi, P., Lupia Palmieri, E. & Sbarra,
P.: Fractal analysis and morphological evolution of volcanic relief:
some examples from Italy (with 9 figuresand 4 tables) 1-18
Karatson, D. & Timar, G.: Comparative volumetric calculationsof two
segmentsof the Carpathian Neogene/Quaternary volcanic chain using SRTM
elevation data: implicationsfor erosion and magma output rates(with 4
figuresand 1 table) 19-35
Paris, R., Carracedo, J.C. & Perez Torrado, F.J.: Massive flank
failures and tsunamis in the Canary Islands: past, present, future
(with 1 photo, 7 figures and 1 table) 37-54
2 Geomorphology of sedimentation and erosion processes acting on
volcanoes Yamakoshi, T., Doi, Y. & Osanai, N.: Post-eruption hydrology
and sediment discharge at the Miyakejima volcano, Japan (with 13
figures and 2 tables) 55-72
Tanarro, L.M., Zamorano, J.J. & Palacios, D.: Glacier degradation and
lahar formation on the Popocate¨petl volcano (Mexico) during the last
eruptive period (1994-2003) (with 8 figures and 4 tables) . 73-92
Miranda, P.J., Gonzalez-Huesca, A.E., Delgado Granados, H. & Kääb,
A.: Glacier melting and lahar formation during January 22, 2001
eruption, Popocate¨petl volcano (Mexico) (with 6 figures and 2 tables)
Adikari, Y., Kikuchi, S.-i. & Araya, T.: Sedimentation and succession
pattern in regenerating primary vegetation governing gully formation
in the area devastated by the 2000 eruption of the Mount Usu volcano,
in Hokkaido, Japan (with 6 figures and 2 tables). 103-113
Adikari, Y., Kikuchi, S.-i. & Araya, T.: Disturbance regimes and
sediment characteristics of a single large scale volcanic disturbance
that determines the forest succession mosaic and itschronology (with 7
figures and 2 tables). 115-128
3 Combined approaches for assessing volcanic hazards, risks, and
aftermath Wallenstein, N., Delgada, P., Chester, D.K. & Duncan, A.M.:
Methodological implications of volcanic hazard evaluation and risk
assessment: Fogo Volcano, Sao Miguel, Azores(with 6 figures and 2
tables) 129-149
Lavigne, F., Hadisantono, R., Surmayadi, M., Flohic, F. & Geyer, F.:
The November 2002 eruption of the Papandayan volcano (Indonesia):
direct and induced hazards, with emphasison lahars(with 8 figures and 4
tables) 151-165
Groppelli, G. & Norini, G.: From geological map to volcanic hazard
evaluation on Mount Etna, Italy: Methodology and examples based on GIS
analyses (with 5 figures and 1 table) 167-179
Delgado Granados, H., Miranda, P.J., Alvarez, R., Cabral-Cano, E.,
Cardenas Gonzalez, L., Correa Mora, F., Luna Alonso, M. & Huggel,
C.: Study of Ayoloco Glacier at Iztaccihuatl volcano (Mexico):
hazards related to volcanic activity - ice cover interactions (with 4
figures and 2 tables) 181-193
Joyce, B.: How can eruption risk be assessed in youngmonogenetic areal
basalt fields? An example from southeastern Australia (with 4 figures
and 1 table) 195-207
Delaite, G., Thouret, C.-J., Sheridan, M., Labazuy, P., Stinton, A.,
Souriot, T. & Van Westen, C.: Assessment of volcanic hazards of El
Misti and in the city of Arequipa, Peru, based on GIS and simulations,
with emphasis on lahars (with 10 figures and 1 table) 209-231