Volcano

Overhead shot of a volcano
Volcanic eruptions cannot be predicted with 100 per cent certainty. However, details about an upcoming eruption can be estimated using the hot and smelly gases a volcano produces.
USC researchers and colleagues track and document the tsunami impact of a recent event near Tonga.
New research reveals more about the magnitude of January eruption, as researchers call for better preparedness
View of the volcano behing the city of Arequipa, Peru
While funding is pumped into preventing low-probability scenarios such as asteroid collision, the far more likely threat of a large volcanic eruption is close to ignored – despite much that could be done to reduce the risks, say researchers.
Memorandum Order 393:  CREATING AN INTER-AGENCY TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS AFFECTING IRRIGATION SYSTEMS AND AGRICULTURAL AREAS IN THE COUNTRY
MEMORANDUM ORDER No. 373 CREATING AN INTER-AGENCY TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS AFFECTING IRRIGATION SYSTEMS AND AGRICULTURAL AREAS IN THE COUNTRY
Challenges and opportunities for sustainable post- disaster resettlement in the Philippines
This study examines people’s experiences in post-disaster resettlement in the Philippines, focusing on the 1991 eruption and subsequent lahars of Mt. Pinatubo, the 2006 Mt. Mayon eruption, Typhoon Sendong in 2011 and Typhoon Yolanda in 2013.
In the shadow of the lingering Mt. Pinatubo disaster
This book shares the findings of study focusing on experience of Concepcion set against backdrop of lingering Mt. Pinatubo disaster in Region III to highlight opportunities and problems which may also exist in other municipalities similarly afflicted.
Monitoring the recolonization of the Mt Pinatubo 1991 ash layer by benthic foraminifera
Benthic foraminifera from the South China Sea were studied to assess mass mortality and to monitor the composition and recovery of the benthic communities following the 1991 Mt Pinatubo ashfall.
Post Eruption Hazards at Mt. Pinatubo, Philippines
This paper is about the project focused on the investigation of the post-eruption hazards at Mt. Pinatubo (Philippines) using remote sensing data, and field observations of the 1991 eruption deposits.
Mammals of Mt. Pinatubo, Luzon Island, Philippines: Extreme Resilience Following Catastrophic Disturbance
This study presents the results of a survey of the mammals of Mt. Pinatubo conducted in 2011 and 2012. This work was undertaken to determine the nature of the pioneering mammal community in early successional habitat two decades after the 1991 eruption.