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Lost in Translation? Exploring the journey from press releases to news articles during volcanic crises, and its impact on perceptions (2023)
Thesis
Jones, E. M. (2023). Lost in Translation? Exploring the journey from press releases to news articles during volcanic crises, and its impact on perceptions. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4448192

The world in which we communicate has changed rapidly in recent years; information from official bodies can be posted, shared, translated, re-interpreted and disseminated rapidly via online news outlets and social media. The increased use of the inte... Read More about Lost in Translation? Exploring the journey from press releases to news articles during volcanic crises, and its impact on perceptions.

How does grain size distribution impact the mobility and deposition of analogue pyroclastic density currents? (2022)
Thesis
Johnston, T. (2022). How does grain size distribution impact the mobility and deposition of analogue pyroclastic density currents?. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4224880

Pyroclastic density currents (PDCs) are hot, density-driven flows of gas, rock and ash generated during explosive volcanic eruptions or from the collapse of lava domes. PDCs are able to travel for tens of km, traversing topographic barriers hundreds... Read More about How does grain size distribution impact the mobility and deposition of analogue pyroclastic density currents?.

Characterisation of reverse grading in ignimbrites through image analysis and experimental granular currents (2022)
Thesis
Johnson, M. (2022). Characterisation of reverse grading in ignimbrites through image analysis and experimental granular currents. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4320614

Pyroclastic density currents (PDCs) are hot, density-driven fast-moving flows of gas, rock and ash produced by volcanic events such as explosive eruptions, the fallback of eruption columns or the collapse of lava domes. They are deadly geological haz... Read More about Characterisation of reverse grading in ignimbrites through image analysis and experimental granular currents.

Near-vent processes of the 273 ka Poris eruption (Tenerife) (2012)
Thesis
Smith, N. (2012). Near-vent processes of the 273 ka Poris eruption (Tenerife). (PhD). Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/2598095

Near-vent processes during caldera-forming explosive eruptions are poorly known, as are relations between proximal and counterpart distal ignimbrites. Consequently, understanding of the full course of these eruptions and how to analyse their deposits... Read More about Near-vent processes of the 273 ka Poris eruption (Tenerife).