Modelling the atmospheric chemistry of volcanic plumes

@inproceedings{Surl2016ModellingTA,
  title={Modelling the atmospheric chemistry of volcanic plumes},
  author={Luke Surl},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Volcanoes are the principal way by which volatiles are transferred from the solid Earth to the atmosphere-hydrosphere system. Once released into the atmosphere, volcanic emissions rapidly undergo a complex series of chemical reactions. This thesis seeks to further the understanding of such processes by both observation and numerical modelling. I have adapted WRF-Chem to model passive degassing from Mount Etna, the chemistry of its plume, and its influence on the wider atmosphere… CONTINUE READING

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