Underestimated risks of recurrent long-range ash dispersal from northern Pacific Arc volcanoes

@inproceedings{Bourne2016UnderestimatedRO,
  title={Underestimated risks of recurrent long-range ash dispersal from northern Pacific Arc volcanoes},
  author={Anna J Bourne and Peter M. Abbott and Paul G. Albert and Eliza Cook and Nicholas J. G. Pearce and V. A. Ponomareva and Anders Svensson and Stefan M. Davies},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Widespread ash dispersal poses a significant natural hazard to society, particularly in relation to disruption to aviation. Assessing the extent of the threat of far-travelled ash clouds on flight paths is substantially hindered by an incomplete volcanic history and an underestimation of the potential reach of distant eruptive centres. The risk of extensive ash clouds to aviation is thus poorly quantified. New evidence is presented of explosive Late Pleistocene eruptions in the Pacific Arc… CONTINUE READING
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