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  Information - GMPV18 New monitoring techniques applied to active volcanoes

Event Information
We seek new contributions concerning the latest developments in
instrumentation (including remote sensing, seismology, geodesy,
geochemistry, ground-based radar, thermal, gravity, geomagnetic and acoustic methods), and
in data telemetry, processing, and modelling in volcanic areas. We
equally encourage reports of recent 'case studies' highlighting
integration and/or interpretation of observations, the critical review
of more 'classical' surveillance methods, and discussion of measurements
that bridge the gap between different kinds of sensors and/or fields of
applications (e.g., broadband seismometers, borehole sensors, OBS).

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers


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