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Jim Luhr Award Seminar Series 2021-2022

James F. Luhr made lasting impacts on volcanology and the volcano community. To honor his memory, and love of monogenetic volcanoes, this award was named in his honor. The award is given out at the International Maar Conference held every few years. During 2021-2022 CMV invited the past awardees to give talks to cover their work related to monogenetic and distributed volcanism. The recordings of these talks are posted below.

1st webinar – Monday 28 of June 2021

Prof. Roberto Sulpizio: “Fifteen years of large-scale experiments on pyroclastic density currents: an overview”


2nd webinar – Monday 9 of August 2021

Prof. James D.L. White: “Small volcanic eruptions and the menace of violent withdrawal”


3rd webinar – Tuesday 28 of September 2021

Prof. Greg A. Valentine: “Comparison of two nearby monogenetic fields: Southwest Nevada and Lunar Crater” https://youtu.be/RbsHsGm4Ld8

4th webinar – Tuesday 14th of December 2021

Prof. Karoly Nemeth: “Global perspectives of monogenetic volcanism – from volcano geology to geoheritage” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kzg47JgI1WA

5th webinar – Wednesday 19th of January 2022

Dr. Claus Siebe: “Ancient cities on volcanoes in Michoacán: An ignored heritage under assailance” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsX1usdCaQQ

6h webinar – Monday 14th of February 2002.

Prof Joan Martí: “Lessons learned from La Garrotxa Volcanic Field (NE Iberia)”


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