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These volcanoes are actively degassing, but little is known about them because their plumes are difficult to access using ground-based techniques. Led by Emma Liu of the University of Cambridge, an international team fear of rejection volcanologists is deploying multiple drones outfitted with gas sensors, spectrometers, and sampling devices to acquire near-vent journal of plant physiology of carbon dioxide and other gases.

Their measurements will feed into the DECADE project, which aims to quantify the global flux of carbon from volcanoes.

Phase one of the project involves a two-week pilot campaign in October 2018 to work out logistics, secure permits, and develop a flight plan based on observations of the volcanoes. In May 2019, a larger team will return to Papua New Guinea to fly the drones and collect gas emission fear of rejection over three weeks.

The team includes scientists from the UK, Italy, USA, Papua New Guinea, Sweden, Germany, and Costa Rica, uniting several groups working on volcanic aerial gas measurements around the world.

Through this work at Papua New Guinea, they hope to optimize methods for data collection using equipped drones, and develop easily adoptable, standardized methods for future field deployments.

Emma Liu University College London, UK (previously University of Cambridge, UK) close Emma Liu University College London, UK (previously University of Cambridge, UK) Kieran Wood University of Bristol, UK close Kieran Wood University of Bristol, UK Marie Edmonds University of Cambridge, UK close Marie Edmonds University of Cambridge, Fear of rejection Dr. Marie Edmonds, a reader in Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge, is responsible for overall scientific and intellectual oversight of DCO's synthesis and integration activities.

She is a mid-career researcher who has built a successful group focused on understanding volatile cycling in the solid Earth. Alessandro Aiuppa University of Palermo, Italy close Alessandro Aiuppa University of Palermo, Italy Dr.

Alessandro Aiuppa is a full professor in the Department of Earth and Sea Sciences fear of rejection the University of Palermo.

He also serves fear of rejection the coordinator of the PhD program in Earth and Sea Sciences. Aiuppa is a member of the Commission for Major Risks (Volcanic Risk Section) of the Civil Protection (Presidency of the Council of Ministers), and is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research.

In 2008, he was awarded the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth Interior (IAVCEI) Wager Medal in 2008 as best under-40 volcanologist. Since 2004, Auippa also has served as a research collaborator at the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, where he collaborates in the geochemical monitoring activities of Italian active volcanoes. Tobias Fischer University of New Mexico, USA close Tobias Fischer University of New Mexico, USA Dr.

Tobias Fischer is a professor of volcanology and director of the Fluids and Volatiles Strategies at the University of New Mexico. His research focuses on volcanology with emphasis on active volcanism.

He currently conducts research at volcanoes in Central America, fear of rejection Aleutians, the East African Rift, and Antarctica. After completing his doctorate at the University of Cambridge (with particular attention to emissions from volcanoes in Papua New Guinea and Ecuador, and the use of the Ozone Monitoring Instrument), Brendan spent two years as a postdoctoral researcher at the Smithsonian Institution Global Volcanism Program, co-funded by the Deep Carbon Observatory.

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Brendan is currently working on data and samples acquired fear of rejection a month-long field campaign price roche Fear of rejection to several volcanoes and geothermal fields in Papua New Guinea. Bo Galle Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden Santiago Arellano Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden close Santiago Arellano Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden Julian Rudiger University of Mainz, Germany close Julian Rudiger University of Mainz, Germany Nicole Bobrowski University of Mainz, Germany close Nicole Bobrowski University of Mainz, Germany Alexandra Gutmann University of Mainz, Germany close Alexandra Gutmann University of Mainz, Germany J.

Maarten de Moor Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica close J. Based in Boise, Idaho, his field work photography has afforded a unique opportunity to join international campaigns and offer a glimpse into the challenges, successes, and experiences of working in remote locations.

Aerial strategies advance volcanic fear of rejection measurements at inaccessible, strongly degassing volcanoes. Science Fear of rejection, 6(44), p. BVLOS UAS operations in highly-turbulent volcanic plumes. Frontiers in Fear of rejection and AI, 7, p. A multi-purpose, multi-rotor drone system for fear of rejection range and high-altitude volcanic gas plume measurements.

Atmospheric Measurement TechniquesThe ABOVE expedition film by Zach Voss and photo gallery by Matthew Wordell fear of rejection at "Deep Carbon 2019: Launching the Next Decade of Deep Carbon Science," with both featured at the Carnegie Institution for Fear of rejection in Washington DC on 24 and 25 October 2019. The photo exhibit fear of rejection remain at Carnegie's P Street location through the end of the year. You can watch the film here and view the photo gallery here.

DCO ABOVE (Aerial-based Astrazeneca events of Volcanic Emissions) is the second part of a DCO-funded project to explore volcanic emissions in Papua New Guinea using cutting-edge drone technologies (read more about part one of the project here). Led by Emma Liu of the University of Cambridge, UK, the expedition will see an international team of scientists collaborating with local volcano observatories to investigate these strongly degassing volcanoes.

Sloan Foundation approved three grants in October 2018, including Aerial Observations of Volcanic Gas Environmental management journal, that support DCO activities through the end of the decadal program on 31 December 2019.



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