2nd workshop - VOLCANIC PLUMES Observation, modelling and impacts

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2nd workshop - VOLCANIC PLUMES Observation, modelling and impacts
Date : 20/01/2017
Date de fin : 20/01/2017
Heure : 09:00 à 17:30
Réunion/séance spécialisée de la SGF
France
2nd workshop - VOLCANIC PLUMES Observation, modelling and impacts

2nd Workshop
Volcanic plumes : observation, modelling and impacts

Friday 20 January 2017
SGF - 77 rue Claude Bernard - 75005 PARIS

 

09:30 Welcome at Société Géologique de France

10:00 Pierre Briole, Laboratoire de Géologie de l’ENS: “Introduction”

 

Session 1: Observing volcanic plumes (Chairman: Pasquale Sellitto)

10:10  Elisa Carboni, Uni. Oxford: “Measuring volcanic emissions using satellite thermal infrared spectrometry” [Abstract]

10:30 Stefano Corradini, INGV: “A Multi-platform approach for volcanic ash detection/retrieval and eruption characterization” [Abstract]

10:45 Giuseppe Salerno, INGV: “Ground based sensing of volcanic gas” [Abstract]

11:00 Marcello de Michele, BRGM: “A new satellite-based method to measure the volcanic cloud top height: the Plume Elevation Model. Exemples on Holohraun (Iceland) and Mount Etna (Italy)” [Abstract]

11:15 Coffee break

11:30 Mathieu Gouhier, Observatoire de Physique du Globe, Clermont-Ferrand: “HOTVOLC: an open-access webGIS platform for real-time volcanic plume monitoring” [Abstract]

11:45 Sebastien Payan, LATMOS: “On the use of hyperpectral infrared imagers for studying volcano plumes: IMAGETNA campaign and first results” [Abstract]

12:00 Damien Vignelles, LPCEE: “A miniature particle counter (LOAC) under meteorological balloons for the study of the volcanic plume height and particle fluxes near the vent” [Abstract]

 

Session 2: Modelling volcanic plumes (Chairman: Tjarda Roberts)

12:15 Julien Jumelet, LATMOS: “Microphysical modelling of volcanic plumes using a high-resolution transport model/Comparisons against groundbased and spaceborne lidar data” [Abstract]

12:30 Tommaso Galeazzo, LATMOS: “Modelling volcanic sulphates: numerical modelling of isotopic mass-independent fractionations in tropospheric sulphates” [Abstract]

12:45-14:30 Lunch break

14:30 Thibaut Lurton, LPCEE: A simulation of the 2009 Sarychev eruption using CESM1(WACCM), and comparison with in-situ data and satellite measurements [Abstract]

14:45 Sylvain Mailler, LMD: Circumpolar transport of volcanic ash plume with CHIMERE : the case of the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle eruption (June 2011) [Abstract]

 

Session 3: Impacts and feedbacks, at regional to global scales (Chairman: Bernard Legras)

15:00 Anita Cadoux, Institut des Sciences de la Terre d’Orléans: “Atmospheric impact of the Bronze-Age ‘Minoan’ eruption of Santorini Volcano” [Abstract]

15:15 Erwan Legendre, LATMOS: “Volcanic sulfates influence on Mexico city” [Abstract]

 

Session 4: Perspectives and new multi-disciplinary directions (Chairman: Pierre Briole)

15:30 Tjarda Roberts, LPCEE: “Small sensors in volcanology: perspectives from the VOLTAIRE Labex and ANR-STRAP” [Abstract]

15:45 Pasquale Sellitto, LMD: “The EtnaPlumeLab (EPL) research cluster: advance the understanding of Mt. Etna plume, from source characterisation to downwind impacts” [Abstract]

 

16:00-17:00 Session 5: Round Table (Chairman: Pierre Briole)

Invited speakers: Elisa Carboni (University of Oxford), Giuseppe Salerno (INGV Catania) and Stefano Corradini (INGV Rome).

During the workshop an exposition of a photo-reportage of the EPL-RADIO campaign (held on July 2016) will be freely accessible at the historical building of the École Normale Supérieure, 45 Rue d’Ulm (100 m from the workshop location). Please find the photo-reportage also on GEO magazine.

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One of the photos of the exposition

The workshop is supported by the Société Géologique de France, the Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, the Department of Geosciences of ENS