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Professor Hazel Rymer
Guillermo Caravantes González et al. (2019-04-19) Structures controlling volcanic activity within Masaya caldera, Nicaragua, In Volcanica 1(2)
Hilary E. Erenler et al. (2016-04) Persistent nesting by Anthophora Latreille, 1803 (Hymenoptera: Apidae) bees in ash adjacent to an active volcano, In Pan-Pacific Entomologist 2(92)
Professor Hazel Rymer (2016-03-31) Gravity measurements on chips, In Nature(531)
Daniele Carbone et al. (2015-12-10) Balancing bulk gas accumulation and gas output before and during lava fountaining episodes at Mt. Etna, In Scientific Reports(5)
Glyn Williams-Jones and Professor Hazel Rymer (2015-03-31) Hazards of Volcanic Gases, Elsevier
Jeffrey T. Freymueller et al. (2015) Ground deformation, gravity and magnetics, Academic Press
Haraldur Sigurdsson et al. (editors) (2015) The Encyclopedia of Volcanoes (2nd ed), Academic Press
Leanne Gunn et al. (2014-01) Forecasting the duration of volcanic eruptions: an empirical probabilistic model, In Bulletin of Volcanology 1(76)
Elske de Zeeuw van Dalfsen et al. (2013-05) Geodetic data shed light on ongoing caldera subsidence at Askja, Iceland, In Bulletin of Volcanology 5(75)
Daniele Carbone et al. (2012) New geophysical insight into the dynamics of Stromboli volcano (Italy), In Gondwana Research 1(22)