Some STREVA researchers keep an online blog. 

Our 'Opinion' page reproduces posts that are related to STREVA. 

Understanding Volcanic Risk: how well are we doing?

This relates the discussion arising from a 2 day STREVA workshop to explore 'Understanding Volcanic Risk'

Satellite imagery shows global link between volcano deformation and eruption

  In a study published today, 1 we demonstrate the statistical link between volcanic eruptions and measurements of deformation made from satellite radar.  For this, we used...

New working paper on disaster risk governance in volcanic areas

http://www.odi.org.uk/publications/7649-strengthening-resilience-volcanic-areas-risks-volcanic-activity

St Vincent Paired Comparison

Results from the STREVA Paired comparison elicitation: an initial discussion Jenni Barclay, Willy Aspinall, Richie Robertson, Richard Herd, Anna Hicks   Introduction ...

Pompeii, forensic volcanology and STREVA

Pompeii Last week we were lucky enough to work with the British Museum’s ‘Pompeii Live’ Team, helping to introduce some ideas about volcanic processes for their Schools Broadcast. In a...

Apples, oranges and risk communication

Inspired by some fascinating discussions at Yesterday’s StrevaProject meeting, in today’s blog I am going to borrow an exciting concept from the world of literature: the metaphor ! I’m using...

Montserrat: Open for Business

One of the great privileges of working on volcanoes is that you get the chance to visit some amazing places, and to meet some extraordinary people. Recently, I got the chance to return to ...