The Changing Shapes of Active Volcanoes:
Recent Results and Advances in Volcano Geodesy

A special issue for The Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Guest editors:
	Michael Poland
        United States Geological Survey
	Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
        P.O. Box 51
        Hawaii National Park, HI 96718-0051
        Phone: +1 808 967 8891
        Fax: +1 808 967 8890
	Andrew Newman
	School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
	The Georgia Institute of Technology
        ES&T room 2254
	Atlanta, GA, 30332-0340
	Phone: +1-404-894-3976
	Fax: +1-404-894-5638

Special Dedications:
Bob Decker
Dan Johnson

Update: Wed Feb 1 12:47:02 EST 2006
Special Issue is finally published (as of Febuary 1st, 2006),
and all articles are now available through JVGR.
  • The Changing Shapes of Active Volcanoes: History, Evolution, and Future Challenges for Volcano Geodesy, Michael Poland, Michael Hamburger, and Andrew Newman

  • Volcano geodesy and magma dynamics in Iceland , Erik Sturkell, Páll Einarsson, Freysteinn Sigmundsson, Halldór Geirsson, Halldór Ólafsson, Rikke Pedersen, Elske de Zeeuw-van Dalfsen, Alan T. Linde, Selwyn I. Sacks and Ragnar Stefánsson

  • Ground deformation and gravity changes on the island of Pantelleria in the geodynamic framework of the Sicily Channel, Boris Behncke, Giovanna Berrino, Gennaro Corrado and Rosanna Velardita

  • Geodetic observations and modeling of magmatic inflation at the Three Sisters volcanic center, central Oregon Cascade Range, USA, Daniel Dzurisin, Michael Lisowski, Charles W. Wicks, Michael P. Poland and Elliot T. Endo

  • Constraints on the mechanism of long-term, steady subsidence at Medicine Lake volcano, northern California, from GPS, leveling, and InSAR , Michael Poland, Roland Bürgmann, Daniel Dzurisin, Michael Lisowski, Timothy Masterlark, Susan Owen and Jonathan Fink

  • Long-term geodetic measurements of large scale deformation at Iwo-jima caldera, Japan, M. Ukawa, E. Fujita, H. Ueda, T. Kumagai, H. Nakajima and H. Morita

  • Unrest at the Campi Flegrei caldera (Italy): A critical evaluation of source parameters from geodetic data inversion, Joachim Gottsmann, Hazel Rymer and Giovanna Berrino

  • An increment of volcano collapse: Kinematics of the 1975 Kalapana, Hawaii, earthquake, Susan E. Owen and Roland Bürgmann

  • On the absence of InSAR-detected volcano deformation spanning the 19951996 and 1999 eruptions of Shishaldin Volcano, Alaska, S.C. Moran, O. Kwoun, T. Masterlark and Z. Lu

  • Results from new GPS and gravity monitoring networks at Fernandina and Sierra Negra Volcanoes, Galápagos, 2000-2002, Dennis Geist, William Chadwick and Daniel Johnson

  • Constraints on magma chamber geometry at Sierra Negra Volcano, Galápagos Islands, based on InSAR observations , S. Yun, P. Segall and H. Zebker

  • Time dependent model of magma intrusion in and around Miyake and Kozu Islands, Central Japan in June-August, 2000, Masayuki Murase, Meilano Irwan, Shinichi Kariya, Takao Tabei, Takashi Okuda, Rikio Miyajima, Jun Oikawa, Hidefumi Watanabe, Teruyuki Kato, Shigeru Nakao et al.

  • Time dependent modeling of magma intrusion during the early stage of the 2000 Miyakejima activity, Meilano Irwan, Fumiaki Kimata and Naoyuki Fujii

  • A four-dimensional viscoelastic deformation model for Long Valley Caldera, California, between 1995 and 2000, Andrew Newman, Timothy Dixon, and Noel Gourmelen

  • Thickness distribution of a cooling pyroclastic flow deposit on Augustine Volcano, Alaska: Optimization using InSAR, FEMs, and an adaptive mesh algorithm, Timothy Masterlark, Zhong Lu and Russell Rykhus

  • On the capability of recording gravity stations to detect signals coming from volcanic activity: The case of Vesuvius, G. Berrino, G. Corrado and U. Riccardi

  • Mechanical discontinuities monitoring at Merapi summit using kinematic GPS, F. Beaudecel, M. Agung Nandaka, F. H. Cornet, and M. Diament

  • The crustal structure of El Hierro (Canary Islands) from 3-D gravity inversion, F.G. Montesinos, J. Arnoso, M. Benavent and R. Vieira

  • Vertical deformation monitoring at Axial Seamount since its 1998 eruption using deep-sea pressure sensors, William W. Chadwick, Jr., Scott L. Nooner, Mark A. Zumberge, Robert W. Embley and Christopher G. Fox | Home | Updated: Thu Nov 3 08:58:37 EST 2005