Journal of Volcanology and Seismology
The Journal of Volcanology and Seismology focuses on current problems of volcanology and seismology, including recent continental and sea-bed volcanic activity, products of volcanic eruptions, structure and 'roots' of volcanoes, seismic and other observations of active volcanoes, prediction of volcanic eruption; Neogen and Quarternary volcanism; historical evolution of volcanism; Igneous petrology, origin of magmas; geochemistry of volcanic and post-volcanic processes and related mineral and ore formation; seismological observation, seismicity, recent crustal movements, deep structure and geodynamics of the transitional zone from Asia to Pacific and other volcanic areas; physics of earthquakes and seismic processes; seismic prediction research; mechanisms of deep-seated magmatic processes and volcanic eruptions. Offers essential coverage of volcanic, seismic events and related processes in the Kuril-Kamchatka arc. Successor to the Bulletin of Volcanological Stations, the journal traces its history to the 1970s.
8 Volumes 42 Issues 238 Articles available from 2007 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
The fractal structure of the sequence of volcanic eruptions worldwide: Order clustering of events and episodic discharge of material
A. A. Gusev (January 2014)
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