are useful to track the possible 3D patterns of movement of the
atmosphere based on measurements and estimates of upper level
of eruption phenomena using numerical methods are becoming very
widespread. Their utility is great in terms of building
understanding of the physics of eruptions. Here
is a list of some of the models now available.
are detected by thermal IR and mid IR data on any of several
satellites. Before an eruption a volcano will often show a
precursive IR signal, sometimes only a small number of anomalous
pixels. In this site you can see near realtime data from GOES and
profiles are needed to run several
retrieval algorithms. These profiles can be produced using
data radiosonde stations.
The British Atmospheric
University of Wyoming Department of Atmospheric Science