• Publications
  • Influence
The immediate environmental effects of tephra emission
The Earth’s history is punctuated by large explosive eruptions that eject large quantities of magma and silicate rock fragments into the atmosphere. These tephra particles can sometimes be dispersedExpand
Volcanic and atmospheric controls on ash iron solubility: A review
The ash material produced by volcanic eruptions carries important information about the underground magma eruptive conditions and subsequent modifications in the volcanic plume and during atmosphericExpand
SO2 sequestration in large volcanic eruptions:High-temperature scavenging by tephra.
It is well accepted that the climate impact of large explosive volcanic eruptions results from reduction of solar radiation following atmospheric conversion of magmatic SO2 emissions into H2SO4Expand
The LIFE2 final project report
Executive summary: The first phase of LIFE (Lifecycle Information For E-Literature) made a major contribution to understanding the long-term costs of digital preservation; an essential step inExpand
Defining the role of libraries in the Open Science landscape: a reflection on current European practice
Abstract This collaborative paper looks at how libraries can engage with and offer leadership in the Open Science movement. It is based on case studies and the results of an EU-funded researchExpand
Experimental volcanic ash aggregation: Internal structuring of accretionary lapilli and the role of liquid bonding
Explosive volcanic eruptions can release vast quantities of pyroclastic material into Earth's atmosphere, including volcanic ash, particles with diameters less than two millimeters. Ash particles canExpand
LERU Roadmap for Research Data
This Roadmap looks at the challenges posed by research data in seven chapters, which concentrate on issues such as policy, leadership, research data infrastructure, costs, advocacy, descriptionExpand
LIBER's involvement in supporting digital preservation in member libraries
In its emerging new strategy and structures, LIBER will continue to make substantial contributions in this area, mindful of the needs of European research libraries. Expand
University and Research Libraries in Europe – Working towards Open Access
  • P. Ayris
  • Computer Science, Political Science
  • 4 November 2010
This paper presents an overview of ways in which LIBER and its members are working towards embedding Open Access approaches to the dissemination of research outputs, and looks at a model of best practice amongst LIBER members for developing an institutional Open Access mandate. Expand