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  Information - GMPV1 Understanding physical and chemical signals from active volcanoes

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Recent advances in geophysical and geochemical measurements on volcanoes
combined with increasingly sophisticated modelling methods are opening new
opportunities to examine the inner working of active volcanoes. New
measurements often produce results which do not easily fit into existing
conceptual paradigms, challenging us to develop more detailed and subtle
models of volcanic systems. By combining diverse empirical approaches with
theoretical studies we can gain surprising and exciting new insights which
are also of direct benefit to the monitoring community and civil defense.

The goal of this session is to provide a forum for multi-disciplinary
approaches in volcanology and encourage submission of papers which highlight
the interaction across classic monitoring and modelling disciplines.
Particularly surprising and unexpected observations which provide challenges to
our current understanding of volcanic systems are invited to provoke a
stimulating discussion about novel interpretations of such results.

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