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Characterizing analogue caldera collapse with computerized X-ray tomography

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Analogue models of caldera collapse were imaged by computerized X-ray tomography (μCT). Interval μCT radiography sequences document ‘2.5D’ surface and internal model deformation in an unprecedented way, and carry the potential for a better understanding of the kinematics of various volcano-tectonic processes, of which caldera collapse is a mere illustration. A semi-automatic subsidence velocity analysis was carried out on radiographs. The developed method is a step towards the quantitative documentation of volcano-tectonic modelling that would render data interpretations immediately comparable to monitoring data available from recent deformation at natural volcanoes.

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Poppe, Sam, Matthieu Boone, Elin Pauwels, Veerle Cnudde, and Matthieu Kervyn de Meerendre. 2013. “Characterizing Analogue Caldera Collapse with Computerized X-ray Tomography.” In Tomography of Materials and Structures : Book of Abstracts : Posters, ed. Veerle Cnudde, 43–46. Ghent, Belgium.
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Poppe, S., Boone, M., Pauwels, E., Cnudde, V., & Kervyn de Meerendre, M. (2013). Characterizing analogue caldera collapse with computerized X-ray tomography. In V. Cnudde (Ed.), Tomography of materials and structures : book of abstracts : posters (pp. 43–46). Presented at the 1st International conference on Tomography of Materials and Structures (ICTMS 2013), Ghent, Belgium.
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Poppe S, Boone M, Pauwels E, Cnudde V, Kervyn de Meerendre M. Characterizing analogue caldera collapse with computerized X-ray tomography. In: Cnudde V, editor. Tomography of materials and structures : book of abstracts : posters. Ghent, Belgium; 2013. p. 43–6.
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Poppe, Sam, Matthieu Boone, Elin Pauwels, et al. “Characterizing Analogue Caldera Collapse with Computerized X-ray Tomography.” Tomography of Materials and Structures : Book of Abstracts : Posters. Ed. Veerle Cnudde. Ghent, Belgium, 2013. 43–46. Print.
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  abstract     = {Analogue models of caldera collapse were imaged by computerized X-ray tomography (\ensuremath{\mu}CT). Interval \ensuremath{\mu}CT radiography sequences document {\textquoteleft}2.5D{\textquoteright} surface and internal model deformation in an unprecedented way, and carry the potential for a better understanding of the kinematics of various volcano-tectonic processes, of which caldera collapse is a mere illustration. A semi-automatic subsidence velocity analysis was carried out on radiographs. The developed method is a step towards the quantitative documentation of volcano-tectonic modelling that would render data interpretations immediately comparable to monitoring data available from recent deformation at natural volcanoes.},
  author       = {Poppe, Sam and Boone, Matthieu and Pauwels, Elin and Cnudde, Veerle and Kervyn de Meerendre, Matthieu},
  booktitle    = {Tomography of materials and structures : book of abstracts : posters},
  editor       = {Cnudde, Veerle},
  isbn         = {9789461971302},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  pages        = {43--46},
  title        = {Characterizing analogue caldera collapse with computerized X-ray tomography},
  year         = {2013},
}