IAVCEI: First eVolcano teaching videos are now online

IAVCEI: First eVolcano teaching videos are now online

We’re delighted to announce the first eVolcano teaching video is now online. Our authors have been working hard in the past months to provide you with the best and state-of-the-art teaching videos in their fields. All the videos of the IAVCEI e-Volcano platform are peer-reviewed by experts in the field and are freely available to watch online and will hopefully be a useful resource for students, researchers, and actually, everyone with an interest in volcanoes to enhance their knowledge and broaden their horizons!

The first eVolcano lecture regards pyroclastic fall deposits and it is given by Samantha Engwell (British Geological Survey) and Julia Eychenne (Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, France). 
It provides insights into the sedimentary and textural characteristics of tephra fall deposits, from the outcrop scale to the individual grain scale. It presents typical deposit trends and methods on how to use such trends to understand the eruption that produced them. A list of resources and references is provided to direct viewers to further relevant work and tools.

Please find the video at this link: https://evolcano.iavceivolcano.org/pyroclastic-fall-deposits/.

We hope to have many more videos published soon and are looking for your input, involvement, and feedback any time!

More News

IAVCEI: Call for Scientific Assembly bids

Dear colleagues, We are pleased to announce the opening of the successive IAVCEI Scientific Assembly bids. Shall you have any requests for the guidelines, please contact the IAVCEI Secretary General Roberto Sulpizio at: roberto.sulpizio@uniba.it Sincerely,  IAVCEI Secretariat


read more

2016 – Cities on Volcanoes 9

The Cities and Volcanoes Commission of IAVCEI aims to provide a link between the volcanology community and emergency managers, to serve as a conduit for exchange of ideas and experience among people living and working in ‘cities on volcanoes’, and…


read more