Statistics in Volcanology
Authors and Affiliation, affiliations.pdf
Chapter 1: Volcanic process modelling and statistical data.
Heidy M Mader, chapter1.pdf
Chapter 2: Structured elicitation of expert judgment for probabilistic hazard and risk assessment in volcanic eruptions. W. P. Aspinall, chapter2.pdf
Chapter 3: A quantitative model for volcanic hazard assessment.
Warner Marzocchi, Laura Sandri, Claudia Furlan, chapter3.pdf
Chapter 4: What is the probability of explosive eruption at a long-dormant volcano?
Charles B. Connor, Alexander R. McBirney, Claudia Furlan, chapter4.pdf
Chapter 5: Extreme value methods for modelling historical series of large volcanic magnitudes.
S.G. Coles, R.S.J. Sparks, chapter5.pdf
Chapter 6: Applying statistical analysis to understanding the dynamics of volcanic explosions.
Nick Varley, Jeffrey Johnson, Mario Ruiz, Gabriel Reyes, Kristin Martin., chapter6.pdf
Chapter 7: Forecasting future spatial distribution of volcanoes: An example from Armenia.
Jennifer N. Weller, Andrew J. Martin, Charles B. Connor, L. J. Connor,
Arkadi Karakhanian, chapter7.pdf
Chapter 8: Estimation of volcanic hazards using geostatistical models.
O. Jaquet and R. Carniel, chapter8.pdf
Chapter 9: The contingency table: A powerful tool of multivariate statistics.
Margaret Hellweg and Dieter Seidl, chapter9.pdf
Chapter 10: The Gutenberg-Richter law: Assumptions, limitations and interpretations.
Pablo Palacios, Indira Molina, M´onica Segovia, chapter10.pdf
Chapter 11: Stationary and non-stationary time series.
G. P. Nason, chapter11.pdf
Chapter 12: New approaches to volcanic time series analysis.
Peter C. Young, chapter12.pdf
Chapter 13: Signal classification by wavelet-based Hidden Markov Models: application to seismic signals of volcanic origin.
Paolo Alasonati, Joachim Wassermann, Matthias Ohrnberger., chapter13.pdf
Chapter 14: Magma memory recorded by statistics of volcanic explosions at the Soufriere Hills volcano, Montserrat.
O. Jaquet, R. S. J. Sparks, R. Carniel, chapter14.pdf
Chapter 15: Solution and parametric study of a combined conduit and eruption column model.
Mikel Diez, chapter15.pdf
Chapter 16: Transient models of conduit flows during volcanic eruptions.
Oleg Melnik, Stephen Sparks, chapter16.pdf
Chapter 17: Multi-parameter monitoring and modelling of volcanic processes.
Jürgen Neuberg, chapter17.pdf
Chapter 18: Inversion is the key to dispersion: Understanding eruption dynamics by inverting tephra fallout.
L. J. Connor, C. B. Connor, chapter18.pdf
Chapter 19: Probabilistic modelling of tephra dispersion.
Costanza Bonadonnaa, chapter19.pdf