Application of Balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model

This paper shows a series of self-critical reflections of the reality of Latin American volcanology, from an analysis of its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) held in February 2008 in Antigua, Guatemala. Before the analysis, an account of the efforts made to unite the Latin Am...

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Autores Principales: Delgado Granados, Hugo, Viramonte, José G., Alvarado Induni, Guillermo E.
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Idioma: Español
Publicado: Universidad de Costa Rica 2015
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/geologica/article/view/18981
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spelling RepoKERWA224882017-08-08T18:49:59Z Application of Balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model La volcanología latinoamericana: Estado de la situación regional en el 2008 a partir del análisis de sus debilidades, amenazas, fortalezas y oportunidades Delgado Granados, Hugo Viramonte, José G. Alvarado Induni, Guillermo E. SWOT Latin American volcanology ALVO volcanic hazards volcanic surveillance emergency plans DAFO volcanología latinoamericana ALVO peligros volcánicos vigilancia volcánica planes de emergencia This paper shows a series of self-critical reflections of the reality of Latin American volcanology, from an analysis of its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) held in February 2008 in Antigua, Guatemala. Before the analysis, an account of the efforts made to unite the Latin American volcanological community is presented, up to the formation of an association (the Latin American Association of Volcanology, ALVO according to its Spanish acronym) that will strengthen and promote partnerships between Latin American volcanologists and their institutions for the benefit of society, particularly during eruptive crisis of the numerous active volcanoes in the Latin American region El presente trabajo muestra una serie de reflexiones autocríticas de la realidad de la volcanología latinoamericana, a partir de un análisis de sus debilidades, amenazas, fortalezas y oportunidades (DAFO) llevada a cabo en febrero del 2008 en Antigua, Guatemala. Antes de llegar a este análisis, se hace una relatoría de los esfuerzos que se realizaron para unir a la comunidad volcanológica latinoamericana, hasta su culminación en la constitución de una asociación (Asociación Latinoamericana de Volcanología, ALVO) que permita fortalecer y promover los lazos de colaboración entre vulcanólogos de América Latina y sus instituciones para beneficio de la sociedad, particularmente en la atención de crisis eruptivas en los numerosos volcanes activos de la región latinoamericana 2015-06-10 2016-05-03T14:24:57Z 2016-05-03T14:24:57Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/geologica/article/view/18981 10.15517/rgac.v0i52.18981 http://hdl.handle.net/10669/22488 spa Revista Geológica de América Central; Copyright (c) 2015 Revista Geológica de América Central application/pdf Universidad de Costa Rica Revista Geológica de América Central; Revista Geológica de América Central: Número 52 Revista Geológica de América Central; Revista Geológica de América Central: Número 52 2215-261X 0256-7024
institution Universidad de Costa Rica
collection Repositorio KERWA
language Español
topic SWOT
Latin American volcanology
ALVO
volcanic hazards
volcanic surveillance
emergency plans
DAFO
volcanología latinoamericana
ALVO
peligros volcánicos
vigilancia volcánica
planes de emergencia
spellingShingle SWOT
Latin American volcanology
ALVO
volcanic hazards
volcanic surveillance
emergency plans
DAFO
volcanología latinoamericana
ALVO
peligros volcánicos
vigilancia volcánica
planes de emergencia
Delgado Granados, Hugo
Viramonte, José G.
Alvarado Induni, Guillermo E.
Application of Balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model
description This paper shows a series of self-critical reflections of the reality of Latin American volcanology, from an analysis of its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) held in February 2008 in Antigua, Guatemala. Before the analysis, an account of the efforts made to unite the Latin American volcanological community is presented, up to the formation of an association (the Latin American Association of Volcanology, ALVO according to its Spanish acronym) that will strengthen and promote partnerships between Latin American volcanologists and their institutions for the benefit of society, particularly during eruptive crisis of the numerous active volcanoes in the Latin American region
format Artículo
author Delgado Granados, Hugo
Viramonte, José G.
Alvarado Induni, Guillermo E.
author_sort Delgado Granados, Hugo
title Application of Balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model
title_short Application of Balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model
title_full Application of Balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model
title_fullStr Application of Balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model
title_full_unstemmed Application of Balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model
title_sort application of balankin fractal fracture model to the fractal volcanic activity model
publisher Universidad de Costa Rica
publishDate 2015
url http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/geologica/article/view/18981
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