Global catastrophic risk from lower magnitude volcanic eruptions

Paper by Lara Mani, Asaf Tzachor, Paul Cole
Published on 06 August 2021


Globalisation supports the clustering of critical infrastructure systems, sometimes in proximity to lower-magnitude (VEI 3–6) volcanic centres. In this emerging risk landscape, moderate volcanic eruptions might have cascading, catastrophic effects. Risk assessments ought to be considered in this light.

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