Scientific Programme

DVG Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Botanik und Vulkanbiologie DGG

Scientific Programme

Physics and Chemistry of magmatic processes and melts: Thursday morning

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time

author

Title

 

09.00

Pfanz

INTRODUCTION

 

 

Landrat Saftig

Bgm.Lempertz

WORDS OF WELCOME

 

 

 

 

 

Chair

Hansteen

 

 

9:30 -

Friedrichs

Contrasting magma evolutions at Mt. Erciyes and Mt. Hasan stratovolcanoes, Central Anatolia, Turkey

 

 

Allabar

Spontaneous phase separation of hydrous Vesuvius melt even at low decompression rates

 

 

Colombier

Soluble salt concentrations on volcanic ash aggregates from a variety of eruption types and deposits

 

 

Schmitt

Investigation of bromine chemistry in volcanic plumes in smog chamber experiments

 

 

Soldati

Rheological variability of the 2018 Kilauea eruption

6

-11:00

Woith

Fluid migration, fast and slow

 

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

 

Chair

Walter

 

 

11.30 -

Witt

How does lava fountaining and vent morphology influence each other? A case study 2014-2015 Holuhraun fissure eruption

 

 

Zorn

The extrusion of spines during lava dome growth using analogue experiments

 

 

Dahm

Long period volcano-seismic crises offshore Mayotte, Comoros Islands: indications of submarine caldera collapse?

 

 

Dagoy

Surface loading changes as top-down controls on magma reservoir formation

 

 

Plank

Space-based monitoring of the 2015 eruption of Villarrica Volcano, Chile

12

- 13:00

Rummel

Insights into the compositional evolution of crustal magmatic systems from coupled petrological-geodynamical models

 

 

 

LUNCH BREAK

 

Volcano hazard and risk mitigation:  Thursday afternoon

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time

author

Title

 

 

Chair

Bobrowski

 

 

14:00

D'Alessandro

Gas hazard: an often neglected volcanic hazard

 

 

Einarsson

On the success rate of public warnings based on short-term seismic precursors to Icelandic eruptions

 

 

Neuberg

The role of shear-stress in volcanic systems: a paradigm shift

 

 

Rebscher

Necessity for and Challenges of Long-term Predictions of Volcanic Activity

 

 

Schmid

The effect of vent asymmetry on volcanic jet dynamics

 

 

Berberich

Degassing rhythms and fluctuations of geogenic gases in a red-ant nest, in soil and three mineral springs – Neuwied Basin (East Eifel Volcanic field, Germany)

19

-15.45

Sievers

Volcanic clouds: how aviation deals with them

 

 

 

COFFEE BREAK and POSTER

 

Chair

Lühr

 

 

16.15

Dinger

Analytical approach on the link between the Earth tidal potential and volcanic degassing

 

 

Stern

Role of temperature and water content in the generation of volcanic lightning

 

 

Van Camp

Repeated gravity measurements across the Rhenish massif

 

 

Strecker

Interpreting volcanoes and volcanism: Explosive potential

 

 

Mania

Dome growth during the 2016-2017 eruption sequence at Bezymianny volcano, Kamchatka, measured by high-resolution TerraSAR-X and photogrammetric data

25

17.45

Büchner

The Stolpen volcano in the Lausitz Field – volcanological, petrographic, and geochemical investigations

 

 

 

POSTER

 

19.30

 

DINNER

 

Monitoring: Friday morning

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time

 

author

Title

 

 

Chair

Platt

 

 

8:30 -

De Siena

Imaging source and dynamics of Campi Flegrei unrest in the last 40 years

 

 

Gottschämmer

New insights from long-term seismic, infrasound and thermal measurements at Santiaguito volcano, Guatemala

 

 

Drach

Fluid flow source model for harmonic tremor at Santiaguito volcano, Guatemala

 

 

Rohnacher

Characteristics of central explosions at Santiaguito volcano

 

 

Müller

High resolution mapping of the hot pots and geysers in El Tatio, Chile, reveals Structural and lithological controls on geothermal activity in El Tatio

 

 

Vossen

Electrical monitoring of volcanic plumes: a multi-parametric analysis

 

 

Walter

Imaging the 2013 explosive crater excavation and new dome formation at Volcán de Colima with TerraSAR-X, time-lapse cameras and modelling

33

-10:30

Sesterhenn

Energy-optimized and GPS-synchronized data acquisition system network for volcanic (infra)sound monitoring

 

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

 

Chair

D`Alessandro

 

 

11:00

Thomalla

Dynamics of carbon dioxide exhalations in Eifel and Vogtland mofettes

 

 

Pfanz

Mofette vegetation as a geogenic indicator.  The relation between plants and geogenic CO2 at the banks of the Laacher See/Vulkaneifel

 

 

Ortenzi

Volcanic outgassing and early atmosphere build-up

 

 

Niedermann

Noble gas, carbon and nitrogen isotopes in free gases of the Eifel volcanic area as tracers for a deep plume involvement

 

 

Bräuer

Mantle-derived gases in the European Cenozoic Rift system: A comparison of gas signatures in the Eifel area with those in the French Massif Central and NW Bohemia

 

 

Klügel

Magma plumbing at the Quaternary Emmelberg volcano (West Eifel volcanic field)

 

 

Rout

Laacher See Phonolite, Cumulates and Syenites: Different eruption products that constrain the pre-eruptive history

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13:00

Hornby

An experimental basis for estimating particle properties following volcanic ash emissions

 

 

 

LUNCH BREAK

 

Eifel (invited talks and discussion): Friday afternoon

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time

author

title

 

Chair

Dahm

 

 

14:00 -

Schmincke

Evolution of the Laacher See eruption (LSE), its environmental impact and ongoing research

 

 

Ritter

Seismological Constraints on Magmatism below the Eifel

 

 

Wörner

Geochemical constraints on physical models of the Laacher See Magma system

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15:20

Hensch

Seismological constraints on the magmatic plumbing system beneath Laacher See Volcano: Deep low-frequency earthquakes

 

15:20-16:30

Dahm

Discussion on the present state of  knowledge on a potential eruption of the Laacher See volcano

 

16:30 – 17:00

Pfanz

Discussion, next PoV-2020 meeting. Excursion; final fair well.

 

 

 

END OF POV 2019

Schedule

  • Thursday morning:
    Physics and Chemistry of magmatic processes and melts
  • Thursday afternoon:
    Volcano hazard and risk mitigation
  • Friday morning:
    Monitoring
  • Friday afternoon:
    Eifel (invited talks and discussion)

Schedule (PDF)

Book of abstracts (PDF)

Icebreaker

Please indicate your interest in participating the Wednesdays` Icebreaker at 19.00. Also tell us whether you prefer "Gulaschsuppe for Carnivores/Omnivores" or something "green".

Physics of Volcanoes 2019 Information

The PoV annual workshop series provides a platform for volcanologists in Germany to strengthen our research network through the exchange of scientific results, newest developments and work-in-progress. To maximise exposure and interaction, there will be both plenary presentations of posters and talks.

For those interested in the Eifel Mountains, an excursion will be arranged at some costs on 02. March 2019. The excursion will be organised and guided by Dr. Volker Reppke

Registration and abstract submission is open from 01. Nov. 2018 at no cost until 1st of February, 2019!

  • Icebreaker: 27. February 2019 19:00
  • Start: 28. February 2019 9:00
  • End: 01. March 2019 19:00
  • Excursion: 02. March 2019

Venue

Naturfreundehaus Laacherseehaus
Laacher-See-Straße 17
D-56743 Mendig
Telefon: 02652 4777
Telefax: 02652 2282
E-Mail: info@laacherseehaus.de
http://www.naturfreundehaus-laacherseehaus.de/