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COMMUNICATING ASH-FALL HAZARD TO THE PUBLIC DURING ERUPTIONS: A PROPOSED SCHEME TO STREAMLINE ASH-FALL WARNING MESSAGES IN THE U.S. BASED ON THE RECENT ACTIVITY AT AUGUSTINE VOLCANO, ALASKA
Neal, C., Wallace, K., Albanese, S., Fish, A., and Cahill, C., 2006, Communicating ash-fall hazard to the public during eruptions: a proposed scheme to streamline ash-fall warning messages in the U.S. based on the recent activity at Augustine Volcano, Alaska [abs.]: Eos, Joint Assembly Supplement, v. 87, abstract V33B-0659.
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