Ecuador Workshop 2017

Ecuador Workshop 2017

 

On behalf of the Instituto Geofísico de la Escuela Politécnica Nacional (IGEPN),
the Parque Nacional Galápagos, the Commission on the Chemistry
of Volcanic Gases (CCVG) and the International Association of Volcanology
and Chemistry of the Earth Interior, we are glad to invite you to the 13th Gas
Field Workshop to be held in Ecuador, from September 24 to October 3, 2017.
The main objectives of the workshop are to discuss and share new and existing
direct sampling, in situ sampling and remote sensing results, collect
complementary volcanic gas measurements from local volcanoes, and to
discuss the latest theories and observations related to volcanic degassing.

The workshop will include four days of conference meetings and presentations,
five days of field measurement and sample collection at Tungurahua,
Guagua Pichincha, Pululahua and Cotopaxi volcanoes and two optional
four and five days field excursion to Reventador volcano and to the Galápagos
Islands.

Click here to see the third circular: CCVG Ecuador 3rd circular

Click here for the scientific program: Ecuador Scientific Program

Click here for the official report of the CCVG13: Report on the 13th workshop CCVG

 

Pre-registration and fee payment begins: May 2017
Abstracts deadline: July 15, 2017
Registration fee payment ends: August 15, 2017
Pre-conference Field Trip: September 20 to September 23, 2017
Workshop: September 24 to October 3, 2017
Post-Conference Field Trip: October 5 to October 9, 2017

 

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PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS

 

2014 12th CCVG workshop – Chile

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12th Gas Workshop Chile Abstracts

No. Country Year Volcanoes
12th Chile 2014 Lastarria

El Tatio geothermal field

Lascar

11th Russia 2011 Gorely

Mutnovsky

Karymsky

Klyuchevskoy group

10th Mexico 2008 Popocatepetl

El Chichon

Colima

9th Italy 2005 Vulcano

Solfatara

Mount Etna

8th Nicaragua and Costa Rica 2003 Momotombo

Masaya

Poas

7th Japan 2000 Kuju

Satsuma

Iwojima

6th USA 1997 Kilauea
5th Indonesia 1994 Merapi

Papandayan

4th Italy 1991 Vulcano
3rd New Zeeland 1988 White Island
2nd Japan 1985 Mount Usu
1st Italy 1982 Vulcano