Keith Dalbey

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Risk assessment of rare natural hazards— such as large volcanic block and ash or pyroclastic flows— is addressed. Assessment is approached through a combination of computer modeling, statistical modeling, and extreme-event probability computation. A computer model of the natural hazard is used to provide the needed extrapolation to unseen parts of the(More)
The ability to dynamically change data input to a computation is a key feature enabling simulation to be used in many applications. In this study, computation of geophysical mass flow is updated on the fly by changing terrain data. Accommodating such changes in a parallel environment entails new developments in parallel data management and gridding.(More)
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