CoV10 at Napoli will develop themes focused on “Millennia of Stratification between Human Life and Volcanoes: strategies for coexistence” that are closely related with the objectives of The Science and Technology Roadmap to Support the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 of United Nations.

S1.1 | Analogous studies of volcanoes, their eruptive activity and their preceding unrest

S1.2 | Exploring Climactic Explosive Activity Tracking the Event from Source to Atmosphere, and Back to the Ground

S1.3 | Multidisciplinary geophysical imaging of volcanoes

S1.4 | Advanced and non-conventional seismic methods for monitoring active volcanoes

S1.5 | Geomatics and volcanic areas monitoring: applications and developments for hazard mitigation

S1.6 | Source term provision and quantification of uncertainty in lava flow modelling

S1.7 | Impacts of volcanic emissions and gas blowouts on the surrounding environments: understanding the processes to constrain the hazards

S1.8 | Multi-method approaches to screen storage, activation, and transport in magmatic systems

S1.9 | Radon and its progeny in volcanic and hydrothermal areas: degassing, volcano surveillance and health issues

S1.10 | Characterization and analysis of eruptive patterns

S1.11 | Understanding volcanic processes through geophysical and volcanological data investigations

S1.12 | Understanding Volcanic Processes through Drilling

S1.13 | Geodesy: A critical component of multidisciplinary volcano monitoring and hazards mitigation efforts

S1.14 | Volcano geology and field observations aimed at validation of numerical models
This session is under the aegis of the Volcano Geology Commission and the Italian Association of Volcanology (AIV).

S1.15 | Looking toward the next generation volcanic hazard assessment efforts

S1.16 | Magmatic processes, eruptive histories and their timescales: implications for volcano hazard assessment and monitoring

S1.17 | Calderas: unrest, eruptions, risk

S1.18 | Phreatomagmatic eruptions: how do you know and how does it matter?

S1.19 | Integrated research infrastructures and services in volcanology

S1.20 | Investigating eruption triggers and dynamic processes in magmas

S1.21 | State of the Volcanic Hazard Map

S1.22 | Mapping volcanoes for hazard assessment, resource-management, and building cultural value of the territory

S1.23 | Volcanic-hydrothermal systems: structure, dynamics, monitoring and hazards

S1.24 | Volcanic Islands: from hazard assessment to risk mitigation

S1.25 | New analytical techniques for understanding volcanic systems, from magma generation to the emplacement of volcanic products

S1.26 | Volcanic ash: from monitoring to impacts

S1.27 | Phreatic and hydrothermal eruptions: processes, deposits, and hazards
This session has the sponsorship and support of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism

S1.28 | Volcanic processes: magma transport, storage and eruption
This session has the sponsorship and support of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism

S1.29 | Reconstructing the recent histories of active volcanic system as a key for volcanic hazard assessment: Developing new tools and sharpening old ones

S1.30 | Environmental and societal impacts of past volcanic eruptions: integrating the geosciences with the historical, anthropological, and archaeological sciences
This session is endorsed by the PAGES working group VICS – Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society (http://www.pastglobalchanges.org/ini/wg/vics/intro)

S1.31 | The impact of volcanic lakes on society: from lake legends to lake degassing

S1.32 | Analysis, monitoring and modelling of flank dynamics and mass-wasting: from source to society and back again
This session has the sponsorship and support of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism and the IAVCEI Commission on Tephra Hazard Modelling

S1.33 | Volcanic degassing: insights into volcanic processes, impacts and hazard

S1.34 | Volcanoes from the space

S1.35 | Using quantitative petrology to inform volcano monitoring

S1.36 | Hazard assessment of pyroclastic density currents and lahars: current capabilities and new strategies for comprehensive uncertainty quantification

S1.37 | The role of the GEO-GSNL initiative in improving the knowledge of volcano dynamics and hazard
This session is sponsored by EPOS and GEO-GSNL, the Supersite partnership

S1.38 | The contribution of experimental and numerical investigations of eruptive processes for improving hazard assessment at volcanoes
This session is under the aegis of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism

S1.39 | Imaging active volcanoes and analyzing temporal and spatial scale electromagnetic
and geophysical signals preceding eruptions – Dissemination of the information on possible scenarios

S1.40 | Advanced Processing Techniques for Geophysical Signals Recorded at Active Volcanoes

S1.41 | Improving volcano deformation interpretations with integrated multidisciplinary data

S2.1 | How good are we at detecting and communicating volcanic unrests and threats?

S2.2 | Volcanic impacts to society: using field, modelling and laboratory approaches to inform disaster risk and resilience assessments and mitigation

S2.3 | From volcanic hazard to risk assessment: the key role of exposure and vulnerability

S2.4 | Volcanic crisis management and evacuations: recent case studies and best practices

S2.5 | Assessing and managing volcanic hazards and risk for critical facilities

S2.6 | Use and effectiveness of volcanic hazard and risk tools in volcanic crisis management

S2.7 | Volcanic risk assessment and mitigation for Latino-American cities

S2.8 | Coordination of Civil Protection and Scientific community: best practices to support the management of volcanic crises and the long-term risk mitigation plans

S2.9 | Scenario-based hazard and risk assessment: Development and application for volcanic risk management

S2.10 | Eruption forecasts and warnings at long-quiescent volcanoes: what do the public believe?

S2.11 | Assessing the impact of volcanic risk reduction activities: Are we achieving our goals?

S2.12 | Volcanic unrest in populated volcanic environments with poorly prepared populations and institutions: Where should we begin working?

S2.13 | Strategies for eruption forecasting and early-warning to support operational hazard evaluation during volcanic crises

S2.14 | Volcanic alert level systems: rules and competencies in managing volcanic risk

S2.15 | Perspectives on volcanic hazard and risk communication: Insights and advice from research and experience

S2.16 | Volcanic ashfall & gas impacts: existing and future resources in support of preparedness, assessment and mitigation

S3.1 | Strengthening the community’s resilience during explosive eruptions by effective communication and preparedness
This session has the sponsorship and support of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism.

S3.2 | Health hazards of volcanic eruptions: towards improved preparedness and resilience and reduced impact

S3.3 | Analysis of a volcanic landscape evolution through the correlation of remote sensing, volcanological and ethno-anthropological data

S3.4 | Seismology applied to geothermal resources in volcanoes

S3.5 | Protected Volcanic Landscapes and their Geo-cultural Heritage: Opportunities for education, management, and scientific research

S3.6 | Volcanoes and Human History

S3.7 | Forensic analysis of volcanic impact as a support for better preparedness and recovery process

S3.8 | Volcanic Multihazards in the Americas – VMA

S3.9 | Gateways to different perceptions and engagement of volcanoes: the role of art/science collaborations

S3.10 | Pedagogy of Volcanology
This session is proposed under the auspices of AIV (Italian Association of Volcanology) and of Japan Volcanological Society

S3.11 | Holocene records of volcanic activity and its effects on ecosystems and human societies

S3.12 | Mitigating economic and insurance losses from volcanic unrest and eruption

S3.13 | Geothermal Energy Exploration and Evaluation in Volcanic Environments

S3.14 | From old cauldrons to young quaternary calderas: context, processes, and economic potentials for geothermal energy and ore resources

S3.15 | Unrest or eruption at caldera volcanoes: experiences and challenges in collaborative community- focussed preparedness

S3.16 | Volcanoes in the cities: non institutional communication in volcanic areas

S3.17 | Games and their role in volcanic hazard communication
The session is sponsored by IAVCEI Commission on Volcanic Hazard & Risk

S3.18 | Leveraging the Power and Speed of Social Media to Expand Volcano Communication

To favor the discussion among scientists and stakeholders a daily plenary session or round table will be held focusing on this topics:

  • High-risk quiescent volcanoes: public awareness and risk mitigation
  • Volcano science and decision making: from conceptual models and monitoring to alert levels
  • Communicating volcano science and risk: the role of scientists, decision makers and media
  • Vulnerability and urban planning in densely populated areas exposed to volcanic risk

The three Neapolitan active volcanoes will be the focus of Special Sessions mainly for local community to bring more substance in interacting with scientists.

These session will relate to:

  • The August 21, 2017 Ischia earthquake and its meaning: what we know, what we do not know, and how understand more of the volcanic system dynamics
  • Twenty years after first CoV conference: progress made and open questions in hazard assessment and risk mitigation at Vesuvio
  • Campi Flegrei caldera: a very high research effort vs a low public awareness

In order to extend the impact of CoV10 in the Neapolitan volcanic area, also through the interaction between scientists attending the conference and resident communities, a parallel scientific program will include several events, as:
Workshop “Children and volcanic risks”
at Convitto Nazionale Napoli, where schools are invited to share activities focused on special relationships between children and their volcanic environment.
Volcano Movies Festival: the intent is to bring out that existential, cultural and religious (mysticism, magic, beliefs) substratum that characterizes populations living around volcanos.

Photo contest “Human Life and Volcanoes” open to CoV10 participants. The photos have to be related to three categories:1. Volcanoes from above (aerial photos). 2. Impacts of Volcanoes on infrastructure of any urban contest (volcanic hazard). 3. Humans and Volcanoes (human, social and artistic impacts of Volcanoes).

“Volcano Oscar”: this event aims to celebrate creativity and share ideas as well as our love and fascination for volcanoes and volcanic phenomena. It is open to films created or edited in collaboration with professional film-makers, or by scientists/researchers and by early-career researchers.

Lectures by researches joining the Conference for university students.

Furthermore visits to Osservatorio Vesuviano Surveillance Center will be organized during the conference days.

+ Meeting program

CoV10 at Napoli will develop themes focused on “Millennia of Stratification between Human Life and Volcanoes: strategies for coexistence” that are closely related with the objectives of The Science and Technology Roadmap to Support the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 of United Nations.

S1.1 | Analogous studies of volcanoes, their eruptive activity and their preceding unrest

S1.2 | Exploring Climactic Explosive Activity Tracking the Event from Source to Atmosphere, and Back to the Ground

S1.3 | Multidisciplinary geophysical imaging of volcanoes

S1.4 | Advanced and non-conventional seismic methods for monitoring active volcanoes

S1.5 | Geomatics and volcanic areas monitoring: applications and developments for hazard mitigation

S1.6 | Source term provision and quantification of uncertainty in lava flow modelling

S1.7 | Impacts of volcanic emissions and gas blowouts on the surrounding environments: understanding the processes to constrain the hazards

S1.8 | Multi-method approaches to screen storage, activation, and transport in magmatic systems

S1.9 | Radon and its progeny in volcanic and hydrothermal areas: degassing, volcano surveillance and health issues

S1.10 | Characterization and analysis of eruptive patterns

S1.11 | Understanding volcanic processes through geophysical and volcanological data investigations

S1.12 | Understanding Volcanic Processes through Drilling

S1.13 | Geodesy: A critical component of multidisciplinary volcano monitoring and hazards mitigation efforts

S1.14 | Volcano geology and field observations aimed at validation of numerical models
This session is under the aegis of the Volcano Geology Commission and the Italian Association of Volcanology (AIV).

S1.15 | Looking toward the next generation volcanic hazard assessment efforts

S1.16 | Magmatic processes, eruptive histories and their timescales: implications for volcano hazard assessment and monitoring

S1.17 | Calderas: unrest, eruptions, risk

S1.18 | Phreatomagmatic eruptions: how do you know and how does it matter?

S1.19 | Integrated research infrastructures and services in volcanology

S1.20 | Investigating eruption triggers and dynamic processes in magmas

S1.21 | State of the Volcanic Hazard Map

S1.22 | Mapping volcanoes for hazard assessment, resource-management, and building cultural value of the territory

S1.23 | Volcanic-hydrothermal systems: structure, dynamics, monitoring and hazards

S1.24 | Volcanic Islands: from hazard assessment to risk mitigation

S1.25 | New analytical techniques for understanding volcanic systems, from magma generation to the emplacement of volcanic products

S1.26 | Volcanic ash: from monitoring to impacts

S1.27 | Phreatic and hydrothermal eruptions: processes, deposits, and hazards
This session has the sponsorship and support of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism

S1.28 | Volcanic processes: magma transport, storage and eruption
This session has the sponsorship and support of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism

S1.29 | Reconstructing the recent histories of active volcanic system as a key for volcanic hazard assessment: Developing new tools and sharpening old ones

S1.30 | Environmental and societal impacts of past volcanic eruptions: integrating the geosciences with the historical, anthropological, and archaeological sciences
This session is endorsed by the PAGES working group VICS – Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society (http://www.pastglobalchanges.org/ini/wg/vics/intro)

S1.31 | The impact of volcanic lakes on society: from lake legends to lake degassing

S1.32 | Analysis, monitoring and modelling of flank dynamics and mass-wasting: from source to society and back again
This session has the sponsorship and support of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism and the IAVCEI Commission on Tephra Hazard Modelling

S1.33 | Volcanic degassing: insights into volcanic processes, impacts and hazard

S1.34 | Volcanoes from the space

S1.35 | Using quantitative petrology to inform volcano monitoring

S1.36 | Hazard assessment of pyroclastic density currents and lahars: current capabilities and new strategies for comprehensive uncertainty quantification

S1.37 | The role of the GEO-GSNL initiative in improving the knowledge of volcano dynamics and hazard
This session is sponsored by EPOS and GEO-GSNL, the Supersite partnership

S1.38 | The contribution of experimental and numerical investigations of eruptive processes for improving hazard assessment at volcanoes
This session is under the aegis of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism

S1.39 | Imaging active volcanoes and analyzing temporal and spatial scale electromagnetic
and geophysical signals preceding eruptions – Dissemination of the information on possible scenarios

S1.40 | Advanced Processing Techniques for Geophysical Signals Recorded at Active Volcanoes

S1.41 | Improving volcano deformation interpretations with integrated multidisciplinary data

S2.1 | How good are we at detecting and communicating volcanic unrests and threats?

S2.2 | Volcanic impacts to society: using field, modelling and laboratory approaches to inform disaster risk and resilience assessments and mitigation

S2.3 | From volcanic hazard to risk assessment: the key role of exposure and vulnerability

S2.4 | Volcanic crisis management and evacuations: recent case studies and best practices

S2.5 | Assessing and managing volcanic hazards and risk for critical facilities

S2.6 | Use and effectiveness of volcanic hazard and risk tools in volcanic crisis management

S2.7 | Volcanic risk assessment and mitigation for Latino-American cities

S2.8 | Coordination of Civil Protection and Scientific community: best practices to support the management of volcanic crises and the long-term risk mitigation plans

S2.9 | Scenario-based hazard and risk assessment: Development and application for volcanic risk management

S2.10 | Eruption forecasts and warnings at long-quiescent volcanoes: what do the public believe?

S2.11 | Assessing the impact of volcanic risk reduction activities: Are we achieving our goals?

S2.12 | Volcanic unrest in populated volcanic environments with poorly prepared populations and institutions: Where should we begin working?

S2.13 | Strategies for eruption forecasting and early-warning to support operational hazard evaluation during volcanic crises

S2.14 | Volcanic alert level systems: rules and competencies in managing volcanic risk

S2.15 | Perspectives on volcanic hazard and risk communication: Insights and advice from research and experience

S2.16 | Volcanic ashfall & gas impacts: existing and future resources in support of preparedness, assessment and mitigation

S3.1 | Strengthening the community’s resilience during explosive eruptions by effective communication and preparedness
This session has the sponsorship and support of the IAVCEI Commission on Explosive Volcanism.

S3.2 | Health hazards of volcanic eruptions: towards improved preparedness and resilience and reduced impact

S3.3 | Analysis of a volcanic landscape evolution through the correlation of remote sensing, volcanological and ethno-anthropological data

S3.4 | Seismology applied to geothermal resources in volcanoes

S3.5 | Protected Volcanic Landscapes and their Geo-cultural Heritage: Opportunities for education, management, and scientific research

S3.6 | Volcanoes and Human History

S3.7 | Forensic analysis of volcanic impact as a support for better preparedness and recovery process

S3.8 | Volcanic Multihazards in the Americas – VMA

S3.9 | Gateways to different perceptions and engagement of volcanoes: the role of art/science collaborations

S3.10 | Pedagogy of Volcanology
This session is proposed under the auspices of AIV (Italian Association of Volcanology) and of Japan Volcanological Society

S3.11 | Holocene records of volcanic activity and its effects on ecosystems and human societies

S3.12 | Mitigating economic and insurance losses from volcanic unrest and eruption

S3.13 | Geothermal Energy Exploration and Evaluation in Volcanic Environments

S3.14 | From old cauldrons to young quaternary calderas: context, processes, and economic potentials for geothermal energy and ore resources

S3.15 | Unrest or eruption at caldera volcanoes: experiences and challenges in collaborative community- focussed preparedness

S3.16 | Volcanoes in the cities: non institutional communication in volcanic areas

S3.17 | Games and their role in volcanic hazard communication
The session is sponsored by IAVCEI Commission on Volcanic Hazard & Risk

S3.18 | Leveraging the Power and Speed of Social Media to Expand Volcano Communication

+ Plenary and special sessions

To favor the discussion among scientists and stakeholders a daily plenary session or round table will be held focusing on this topics:

  • High-risk quiescent volcanoes: public awareness and risk mitigation
  • Volcano science and decision making: from conceptual models and monitoring to alert levels
  • Communicating volcano science and risk: the role of scientists, decision makers and media
  • Vulnerability and urban planning in densely populated areas exposed to volcanic risk

The three Neapolitan active volcanoes will be the focus of Special Sessions mainly for local community to bring more substance in interacting with scientists.

These session will relate to:

  • The August 21, 2017 Ischia earthquake and its meaning: what we know, what we do not know, and how understand more of the volcanic system dynamics
  • Twenty years after first CoV conference: progress made and open questions in hazard assessment and risk mitigation at Vesuvio
  • Campi Flegrei caldera: a very high research effort vs a low public awareness
+ Parallel program

In order to extend the impact of CoV10 in the Neapolitan volcanic area, also through the interaction between scientists attending the conference and resident communities, a parallel scientific program will include several events, as:
Workshop “Children and volcanic risks”
at Convitto Nazionale Napoli, where schools are invited to share activities focused on special relationships between children and their volcanic environment.
Volcano Movies Festival: the intent is to bring out that existential, cultural and religious (mysticism, magic, beliefs) substratum that characterizes populations living around volcanos.

Photo contest “Human Life and Volcanoes” open to CoV10 participants. The photos have to be related to three categories:1. Volcanoes from above (aerial photos). 2. Impacts of Volcanoes on infrastructure of any urban contest (volcanic hazard). 3. Humans and Volcanoes (human, social and artistic impacts of Volcanoes).

“Volcano Oscar”: this event aims to celebrate creativity and share ideas as well as our love and fascination for volcanoes and volcanic phenomena. It is open to films created or edited in collaboration with professional film-makers, or by scientists/researchers and by early-career researchers.

Lectures by researches joining the Conference for university students.

Furthermore visits to Osservatorio Vesuviano Surveillance Center will be organized during the conference days.

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