The Communication and Risk Management of Volcanic Ballistic Hazards

@inproceedings{Fitzgerald2017TheCA,
  title={The Communication and Risk Management of Volcanic Ballistic Hazards},
  author={Rebecca C. Fitzgerald and Ben Kennedy and Thomas Michael Wilson and Graham S. Leonard and Kae Tsunematsu and Harry J. R. Keys},
  year={2017}
}
Tourists, hikers, mountaineers, locals and volcanologists frequently visit and reside on and around active volcanoes, where ballistic projectiles are a lethal hazard. The projectiles of lava or solid rock, ranging from a few centimetres to several metres in diameter, are erupted with high kinetic, and sometimes thermal, energy. Impacts from projectiles are amongst the most frequent causes of fatal volcanic incidents and the cause of hundreds of thousands of dollars of damage to buildings… CONTINUE READING
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