Observations of recent volcanic eruptions in Iceland and detailed studies of sub-glacially erupted deposits and the interaction of lava and pyroclastic flows with snow and ice have provided important new data that should lead to significant advances in the understanding of volcano/ice interaction on Earth and Mars. A conference on this subject, the first of its kind, recently brought together geologists, geophysicists, glaciologists, and planetary scientists studying various aspects of volcano-ice interaction.
Authors: Chapman, Mary G., Smellie, John L., Gudmundsson, Magnus T., Gulick, Virginia C., Jakobsson, Sveinn P., Skilling, Ian P.
1 January, 2001
Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union / 82