Are we making best use of existing observing systems to address the problems created by the Eyjafjöll eruption?

I M Watson, DJ Schneider, R Saunders, T Thoradson, Helen E Thomas, C Zehner, W.I Rose, A.J Prata

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Abstract

Chapter 1
This is review section of the key document used to drive from ESA/EUMETSAT to inform policy in Europe after the Icelandic ash crisis.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMonitoring volcanic ash from space, ESA-EUMETSAT workshop on the 14th April to 23rd May eruption of Eyjafjöll volcano, South Iceland
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Watson, I. M., Schneider, DJ., Saunders, R., Thoradson, T., Thomas, H. E., Zehner, C., Rose, W. I., & Prata, A. J. (2010). Are we making best use of existing observing systems to address the problems created by the Eyjafjöll eruption? In Monitoring volcanic ash from space, ESA-EUMETSAT workshop on the 14th April to 23rd May eruption of Eyjafjöll volcano, South Iceland