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Long term evolution of magmatic systems (with buoyancy changes) and with comparisons with plutonic bodies as fos sil magma reservoirs
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Applied Physics
Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics
Earth System Physics
2016
Advanced School on Physics of Volcanoes (smr 2840)
Analytical models of caldera collapse
Calderas: structure, magma transfer, unrest
Derivation of Mogi source (Notes: Section 7.1 Paul’s book)
Dikes, sills, or volcano interactions
Extension of Mogi model to viscoelasticity (Notes: Section 7.6 Paul’s book)
Fluidfilled fracture growth and related seismicity
Lava flows (dynamics, effect of compressibility, effect of cooling)
Long term evolution of magmatic systems (with buoyancy changes) and with comparisons with plutonic bodies as fos sil magma reservoirs
Magma ascent in volcanic conduits
Pyroclastic Density Currents
Recent work on magma chambers
Seismological study of caldera collapse (Bardabunga) (including moment tensor inversion theory)
Volcanic edifice and its impact on the shallow stress field and on the eruption process
Volcano gravimetry
Volcanoearthquake interaction
School on Recent Advances in Analysis of Multivariate Ecological Data: Theory and Practice (smr 2835)
2017
High Energy, Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics
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