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NEMOH is an Initial Training Network under the European Community FP7. The training objective of NEMOH is that of forming the next generation of European volcanologists, capable of extending further the knowledge and understanding of volcano dynamics and the methods and paradigms for volcanic hazard evaluation. Training is conceived to develop in the context of internationally coordinated research structured in closely interconnected research activities.


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NEMOH Network Final School "VOLCANIC HAZARDS: From Observations to Forecasts"

Linguaglossa, Catania (Italy)

09-14 November 2015

The school is aimed at young scientists at Ph.D and Post-Ph.D level. The number of participants is limited to 30. Participants different from NEMOH fellows will be selected on the basis of the relevance of the course for their current research activities. Read more.

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A new paper of Julie Oppenheimer on Frontiers in Physics

Oppenheimer J., Rust A.C., Cashman K.V., Sandnes B. (2015). Gas migration regimes and outgassing in particle-rich suspensions. Front. Phys. 3:60. doi: 10.3389/fphy.2015.00060n



Manuscript of Johannes THUN published on Geophysical Research Letter.

Thun J., Lokmer I., Bean C.J. (2015). New observations of displacement steps associated with volcano seismic long-period events, constrained by step table experiments. Geophysical Reaserch Letters 42(10) 3855-3862.



Manuscript of Laura SPINA is in press of Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Reaearch.

Spina L., Taddeucci J., Cannata A., Gresta S., Lodato L., Privitera E., Scarlato P., Gaeta M., Gaudin D., Palladino MD. (in Press). Explosive volcanic activity at Mt. Yasur: A characterization of the acoustic events (9-12th July 2011). Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (Available online 14 June 2015)



Manuscript of Karen Strehlow is now online in the discussion forum of Solid Earth

Poroelastic responses of confined aquifers to subsurface strain changes and their use for volcano monitoring
K. Strehlow, J. H. Gottsmann, and A. C. Rust

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The first President's Award Geological Society of London to Samantha Engwell

The Presidents Award is assigned on the basis of noteworthy contribution to Geological sciences, within ten years of commencement of postgraduate study

(ph. from a tweet of the Geological Society of London)