VolcanicDegassing

One year of volcanicdegassing

One year of volcanicdegassing

One year has passed since I first wrote a post for this occasional blog. Now, 12 months, 22 posts and 7500 page views later, here’s a quick look back. For me, this has been a way of using some of my back catalogue of field photographs, of fleshing out a bit of context around papers I have been working on, and adding a little commentary on some more topical aspects. I am pleased with the results so far, and will aim to keep it going for a little longer. In the meantime, thank you for reading and sharing the posts!

Sunset behind Mt Lokon, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Sunset behind Mt Lokon, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Top three posts of the past year.
A tribute to Barry Dawson
Sea-floor spreading: magmatism in the Afar, Ethiopia
An episode of volcanic unrest beneath Santorini, Greece

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David Pyle is a volcanologist, and Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford. His first encounter with volcanoes was at the age of 7, when he visited Villarrica, Chile, shortly after an eruption. David studied geological sciences at the University of Cambridge, and later completed a PhD on the 'older' eruptions of Santorini, Greece. After a short post-doc at the California Institute of Technology, David returned to a lectureship in Cambridge. In 2006, he moved to his current post in Oxford. David tweets at @davidmpyle

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