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Authors: Sandri, L.*
Guidoboni, E.*
Marzocchi, W.*
Selva, J.*
Title: Bayesian Event Tree for Eruption Forecasting (BET_EF) at Vesuvius, Italy: a retrospective forward application to the 1631 eruption
Title of journal: Bulletin of Volcanology
Issue Date: 2008
Keywords: cold historical data
Vesuvius
1631 eruption
BET_EF code
eruption forecasting
Abstract: Reliable forecasting of the next eruption at Vesuvius is the main scientific ingredient to define effective strategies to reduce volcanic risk in one of the most dangerous volcanic areas around the world. In this paper, we apply a recently developed probabilistic code for eruption forecasting to new and independent historical data related to the pre-eruptive phase of the 1631 eruption. The results obtained point out three main issues: 1) the importance of “cold” historical data (according to Guidoboni 2008) related to pre-eruptive phases for evaluating forecasting tools and possibly refining them; 2) the BET_EF code implemented for Vesuvius would have forecast the 1631 eruption satisfactorily, marking different stages of the pre-eruptive phase; 3) the code shows that pre-eruptive signals that significantly increase the probability of eruption were likely detected more than two months before the event
Appears in Collections:04.08.08. Volcanic risk
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