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Synonyms for vulcanology

the branch of geology that studies volcanoes

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Despite overlooking this bit of minutiae, and a few other nongossipy ones, this book offers a well-documented and engrossing account of the natural and cultural history of Vesuvius for about a century and a half, as well as an original and useful account of a neglected aspect of the history of vulcanology.
Some of Italy's leading scientists are among the seven defendants, including Enzo Boschi, a former director of the National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology, and Claudio Evo, a physics professor at Genoa University.
Even on a detour to Iceland to get up close to extremes of meteorology, geology and vulcanology and their potential impact on Scotland, Sean can't escape glances of recognition from holidaying Scots.
According to Italy's Institute for Geophysics and Vulcanology, Etna is Europe's most active volcano.
INGV (the National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology) is engaged in the fields of Seismology, Vulcanology and Environmental Geophysics: it is considered among the most prestigious and influential in the international Earth Science sector.
Mount Sinabung in the north of Sumatra began erupting around midnight after rumbling for several days and lava was overflowing its crater, Surono, head of Indonesia s vulcanology center, told Reuters.
An Indonesian volcano on Sumatra Island erupted early Sunday, sending smoke to 1,500 meters in the air and forcing thousands of the local villagers to flee, the Center of Vulcanology and Mitigation of Geological Disaster said.
Modeling the geometry of the source using GPS, levelling and two color EDM data, Journal of Vulcanology and Geothermal Research 127(3-4): 195-217.
A few specific examples of transition concepts (there are many more) illustrate its use in numerous fields: geology (Jurassic--Cretaceous transition), chemistry (transition metals), biology (transition from metaphase to anaphase), physics (X-ray transition energies), population geography (demographic transition), business (management transition), vulcanology (effusive to explosive transition), psychiatry (transition from alcohol use to dependence), accountancy (insolvency and transition).
After receiving instruction on how to tromp efficiently through snow wearing spiky crampons clamped to his boots and discussing such topics as glaciology and vulcanology, Schlakman crashed in a shelter hut at Camp Muir, the starting point for the climb at 10,080 feet.
According to the International Association of Vulcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior, there are 16 "decade volcanoes" that merit specific study because they are located near large population centers and pose a catastrophic risk to life and property if they erupt.
The agri-business, biodiversity, renewable energy, aerospace science, oceanography and vulcanology are all examples of these "buoyant sectors" the Commission would like to exploit.
Trego, Nautilus Oceanic Institute, La Jolla, CA 92037 3:00-3:20 BREAK Friday, May 2, 2008 Location: LU Student Union 323 Session: Vulcanology Chair: A.
The eruption took place just days after scientists from the National Geophysical and Vulcanology Institute in Pisa unveiled the first four-dimensional simulation of the effects of an eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
The situation is quite serious as it is life-threatening," said Yousana Siagian, head of the government's Vulcanology and Disaster Mitigation Centre.