Martí, J., Becerril, L. Rodríguez, A. How long-term hazard assessment may help to anticipate volcanic eruptions: the case of La Palma eruption 2021 (Canary Islands). Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, (submitted).
Pous, J., Martí, J. Romero-Ruiz, I., Seillé, H., Muñoz, G., Monteiro Santos, F., Heise, W., Geyer, A., Martín-Luis, C. Imaging the interior of large volcanic systems: A 2 magnetotelluric approach to Tenerife (Canary Islands). Nature, (submitted).
Tadini, A. (AC), Harris, A. Morin, J.,…Zafrilla, Z. (34/34). “Structured elicitation of expert judgement in real-time eruption scenarios: an exercise for Piton de la Fournaise volcano, La Réunion island”. Volcanica. (submitted)
Papers In preparation
Martí, J., Hoskuldsson, A., Scaillet, B., Macedonio, G., Brum, A., Bachellery, P., Martínez-Sepúlveda, M. Zafrilla, S. EVE: the European Volcano Early Warning System. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (in preparation, to be submitted to Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research)
Bulletin of Volcanology Special Issue: Low intensity basalt eruptions: the 2021 Fagradalsfjall eruption, SW-Iceland”. Coordinating editors: Thor Thordarson (email@example.com) and Freysteinn Sigmundsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Martí, J., Martínez-Sepúlveda, M., Zafrilla, S. VOLCANBOX: a systematic methodology and e-tools set to conduct long- and short-term volcanic hazard assessment. Environmental Modelling and Software (in preparation, to be submitted to Environmental Modelling and Software).
Martínez-Sepúlveda, M., Martí, J., Zafrilla, S. VOLCANBOX: a software platform for Volcanic Hazard Assessment. Journal of Computational Science or Computers and Geosciences. (in preparation, to be submitted to Journal of Computational Science or Computers and Geosciences).
Martínez-Sepúlveda, M., Martí, J., Zafrilla, S. Implementing data models for volcanic hazard assessment: the VOLCANBOX software platform. Computer Standards and Interfaces (in preparation, to be submitted to Computer Standards and Interfaces).
PhD THESIS in preparation
- “Experimental and analytical constraints on magma degassing processes of Tenerife, Canary Islands” PhD student: María Jiménez Mejías. Universidad de La Laguna. PhD Directors: Juan Andújar Fernández and Ramón Casillas Ruiz. In preparation (starting date: september 2017).
Brief summary: This study is aimed at providing tight constraints about the plumbing system, volatile contents and degassing paths of the different magmatic compositions that characterize the recent volcanism (≤ 10 ka) of Tenerife island by combining detailed petrological and geochemical data with the study of mineral hosted melt inclusions, for which an H2O and CO2 solubility model has been developed.
- “Modeling the eruptive and pre-eruptive dynamics on Teide-Pico Viejo volcanic complex (Tenerife, Canary islands)” PhD student: Olaya Dorado García. Departament de Mineralogia, Petrologia i Geologia Aplicada, Facultat de Ciències de la Terra, Universitat de Barcelona. PhD Directors: Joan Martí and Adelina Geyer. In preparation (starting date: september 2019).
Brief summary: The objective of the thesis is the elaboration of a conceptual model of the magmatic system of Teide-Pico Viejo volcanic complex. Through fieldwork, petrology and geochemistry, and its integration with the geophysical information available on the island of Tenerife, the aim is to interpret the area of origin of the magmas, their ascent and evolution through the lithosphere, the processes of magmatic evolution within the magma reservoirs, and their relationship with the eruptive processes, as well as the eruptive recurrence through the dating of different eruptions of Holocene age.
- “Multi-hazard assessment and risk management in volcanic islands”. PhD student: Marta López-Saavedra. Departamento de Geodinámica, Facultat de Ciencias de la Tierra, Universidad de Barcelona. PhD Directors: Joan Martí and Dario Pedrazzi. In preparation (starting date: september de 2020)
Brief summary: The PhD thesis focuses on multi-hazard assessment and risk management on volcanic islands. Main work consists of analysing how the multi-hazard concept is integrated into national and international policies, as well as conducting long-term multi-hazard assessments considering cascading effects. With Tenerife (Canary Islands) as a study scenario, I analyse both the consequences of past extreme events that the island has experienced in case they were to happen again in the future, as well as the impact of non-extreme but frequent events that have occurred on Tenerife and how they have been managed in order to propose improvements in local, regional and global risk reduction policies
- “Evaluación del riesgo volcánico en el volcán Irazú, Costa Rica”. PhD student: Daniela Campos Duran. Departamento de Geodinámica, Facultat de Ciencias de la Tierra, Universidad de Barcelona. PhD Director: Joan Martí Molist. In preparation (starting date: september de 2019)
Brief summary: Longterm hazard assessment, definition of risk managing protocols and vulnerability analysis, at Irazu volcano, one of the most active volcanoes in Costa Rica, using methodology, protocols and e-tools included in VOLCANBOX.
- “Computing applications for Volcanic Hazard Assessment” PhD student: Marc Martínez Sepúlveda. Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya. PhD Director: Joan Martí Molist. In preparation (starting date: february 2021).
Brief summary: This PhD Thesis details the computational process followed to organise and implement the Volcanbox multiplatform computer application.This includes the definition of its internal architecture, the preparation and writing of the corresponding codes, the development of a Geographic Information System visualiser, the integration and redefinition of all the tools developed in the VeTOOLS project (VERDI, QVAST, VARIS, HASSET), the integration of the different simulation models for volcanic and associated hazards (lavas, pdc, fallout, ballistic, lahars, debris avalanches, tsunamis, peak ground acceleration), the integration of tools for semi-quantitative risk analysis, and, finally, the integration of the Early Warning System (EVE project). In addition to this work, the thesis also will describe the main problems encountered during the whole process and the computational solutions applied to solve them.