Subduction-related volcanism - Crater lake, Oregon
Modelling active Hydrothermal systems - Kawah Ijen, Indonesia
Persistent activity at basaltic systems - Masaya caldrea complex, Nicaragua
Monitoring active Canadian volcanoes - Mt. Meager, BC.
Unrest at large silicic systems - Laguna del Maule, Chile
Physical Volcanology Research Group
Within the Department of Earth Sciences and Centre for Natural Hazards Research at Simon Fraser University, our research concentrates on physical volcanology and the processes controlling persistently active volcanoes and more broadly natural hazards. Current research integrates the study of geophysical signatures with geochemical and remote sensing data to investigate precursory signals to volcanic and other hazardous natural events and the mechanisms that trigger them.
Prospective graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are advised to peruse this document on what to expect as part of our group.