USF Volcano Group at Fuji Volcano, Japan 2013
Servicing a seicmic station, Azufre Volcano, Chile 2012
Ararat volcano viewed from Aragats volcano, Armenia
Eruption of Chaiten Volcano, Chile 2009
Local transport across a volcanic ash-laden mountain lake, Chile 2009
Summit dome of Merapi Volcano, Indonesia 2006
East Cedar Mountain, San Rafael Swell, Utah 2010
Collecting volcanic ash samples, Chile 2009
Volcanic ash erosion, Chile 2009
Lava flow entering the Ocean, Hawaii
Traversing a pyroclastic flow, Reventador Volcano, Ecuador 2006
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REUTERS: ‘Ring of Fire’ volcano risk, the last obstacle for Japan nuclear plants - USF volcanologists, weigh in on the risks to nuclear power plants in Japan from caldera-forming eruptions. Read the news article!
Congratulations to Jacob Richardson for receiving the Pierazzo International Student Travel Award for his research on "LiDAR Observations of an Earth Magma Plumbing System as an Analog for Venus and Mars Distributed Volcanism" , presented at the European Geophysical Union meeting in Vienna by the Division for Planetary and Solar System Sciences.
Congratulations to Aleeza Harburger on receiving her MS degree in Geology.
Congratulations to PhD student, Jacob Richardson. His recent paper summarizing his work on distribution of Mars volcanoes (Richardson, J. A., Bleacher, J. E. & Glaze, L. S. The volcanic history of Syria Planum Mars. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 252, 1-13 (2013)) was cited in Nature, by the authors of the cover story on Martian supervolcanoes. Nice!
PhD student, Anita Marshall, is a successful recipient of this year's AGU Student Travel Grant Program. She will be presenting a poster at the 2013 Fall American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco in December: "High Resolution Magnetic and Gravity Surveys to Constrain Maar Geometry and Eruption Mechanisms, Rattlesnake Crater, Arizona." Congratulations Anita!