Where Could I Go to Graduate School to Study Volcanology? USGS survey of Volcanology Grad Programs.
Volcanology Profs Glyn Williams Jones list of the world's volcanology professors.
Volcanic Clouds Study Group at Michigan Tech Research Group studying volcanic cloud remote sensing.
International Association Of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior (IAVCEI) The Association represents the primary international focus for: (1) research in volcanology, (2) efforts to mitigate volcanic disasters, and (3) research into closely related disciplines, such as igneous geochemistry and petrology, geochronology, volcanogenic mineral deposits, and the physics of the generation and ascent of magmas in the upper mantle and crust.
Global Volcanism Network (Smithsonian Institution) Archived monthly reports on volcanic activity around the world.
View Mt St Helens Seismic Real-Time! The PNSN, in cooperation with the Cascades Volcano Observatory, is responsible for monitoring seismic activity at volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest.
The Electronic Volcano - Dartmouth College Comprehensive database of volcanological information.
Montreal Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre of the Canadian Meteorological Centre Information on the long range transport and dispersion models that are used at CMC and a VAAC Montreal section dealing with volcanic ash forecasts. Automatic (real-time) trajectories forecasts are available for certain volcanoes .
The Natural Hazards Mitigation Group At The University Of Geneva, Switzerland Natural Hazards Mitigation, Volcanoes Mitigation Team (VMT), and Swiss Disaster Relief Unit (SDR). Information and programs on the mitigation of hazards on the international scene. Cool pictures too!
CNR - Istituto Internazionale di Vulcanologia - Italy Volcanology in Italy, including information on Mt. Etna, Italian publications, and the Volcanic Simulation Group> sponsored by the sponsored by Gruppo Nazionale per la Vulcanologia. Some very cool images and movies of volcanoes in action.
Lancaster University - Environmental Science Division - Volcanology Group The Volcanology Group is a small bunch of staff and research students interested in every aspect of volcanology - from theory to practice, microscopes to planets, we love it all. The following pages contain just a little information on who we are and what we do.
The Volcanological Society of Japan - providing information about the contents of the Bulletin of the Volcanological Society of Japan .
Volcano Research Center - part of the Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo.
The U.S. Global Change Research Information Office Graduate Fellowships!
MTU Volcanoes Page