Volcanic Impacts Study Group: Working with utility infrastructure organisations to improve understanding of volcanic ash impacts (2012)
CitationDaly, M., Johnston, D., Jolly, G., Wilson, T.M., Stewart, C., Cronin, S., Lindsay, J., Smith, I., Halliwell, P., Holland, G., Cowan, H. (2012) Volcanic Impacts Study Group: Working with utility infrastructure organisations to improve understanding of volcanic ash impacts. Brisbane, Australia: 34th International Geological Congress (IGC), 5-10 Aug 2012.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research37 - Earth sciences::3705 - Geology::370512 - Volcanology
37 - Earth sciences::3709 - Physical geography and environmental geoscience::370903 - Natural hazards
41 - Environmental sciences::4104 - Environmental management::410402 - Environmental assessment and monitoring
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