The goal of this 4-day workshop is to improve the understanding of the current capabilities and limits of volcano monitoring from the ground and space. By the end of the workshop, participants will contribute to the development of a Global Volcano Monitoring Infrastructure Database (GVMID) to be hosted at WOVOdat, learn about satellite tools for volcano monitoring, and contribute to improving the utility of satellite data for volcanoes.
Day 1 (Feb. 18): Introduction and rationale of the Global Volcano Monitoring Infrastructure Database: Focus on ground-based observations.
Speakers include: Fidel Costa, Christina Widiwijayanti, Diana Roman, Eisuke Fujita, Giuseppe Puglisi, and others
Day 2 (Feb. 19): Remote sensing: InSAR and degassing
Speakers include: Juliet Biggs, Susanna Ebmeier, Paul Lundgren, Mike Poland, Francesco Gugliemino, Giuseppe Puglisi, Simon Carn, Vince Realmuto, and others
Day 3 (Feb. 22): Remote sensing: Thermal, surface and topographic change
Speakers include: Greg Vaughan, Elise Rumpf, Diego Coppola, Andy Harris, Fabrizia Buongiorno, Rick Wessels, Angie Diefenbach, and others
Day 4 (Feb. 23) Presentations from volcano observatories about their current monitoring infrastructure (both on the ground and from space) and how they could contribute to GVMID.
7am-11am (EST) Link to be sent separately.
There is no registration fee.
Sessions will be recorded and made available.