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Disasters: earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, and floods

Movement decisions in natural catastrophes: how a flying scavenger deals with a volcanic eruption

Applicability of time-to-failure analysis to accelerated strain before earthquakes and volcanic eruptions

A numerical simulation of magma motion, crustal deformation, and seismic radiation associated with volcanic eruptions

Bacterial diversity in a subseafloor habitat following a deep-sea volcanic eruption

The nature of volcanic earthquake swarm preceding the 2000 flank eruption at Usu volcano, Hokkaido, Japan

Some insights on the occurrence of recent volcanic eruptions of Mount Etna volcano (Sicily, Italy)

The limits of predictability of volcanic eruptions from accelerating rates of earthquakes

Palaeomagnetic constraints on the age of Lomo Negro volcanic eruption (El Hierro, Canary Islands)

Two-phase dynamics of volcanic eruptions: compaction, compression and the conditions for choking

The correlation between run-up and repose times of volcanic eruptions

Extraction, Storage and Eruption of Multiple Isolated Magma Batches in the Paired Mamaku and Ohakuri Eruption, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand

Explosive volcanic eruptions—X. The influence of pyroclast size distributions and released magma gas contents on the eruption velocities of pyroclasts and gas in Hawaiian and Plinian eruptions

Deterministic non-linear source processes of volcanic tremor signals accompanying the 1996 Vatnajökull eruption, central Iceland

Radar Doppler velocimetry of volcanic eruptions: theoretical considerations and quantitative documentation of changes in eruptive behaviour at Stromboli volcano, Italy

 

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The eruption of a volcano as a result of extrusive volcanic activity, which causes molten magma to reach and spill out over the Earth's surface, and large amounts of volcanic gas and steam to be released. Products include volcanic bombs, tephra, lava flows, and the build‐up of volcanic cones.

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