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Volcanoes of the World
Volcanoes of the World was a book that was published in three editions in 1981, 1994, and 2010 as a collaboration between volcanologists around the world, and the Smithsonian Institution's Global Volcanism Program (GVP).
Editions
The three editions of Volcanoes of the World were in 1981,[1] 1994[2] and 2010[3] and are based on the GVP data and interpretations.
The subtitle of the second edition was A Regional Directory, Gazetteer, and Chronology of Volcanism during the last 10,000 years. It also identified the collaboration of Russell Blong, Johnathan Dehn, Christopher Newhall, Roland Pool, and Thomas C. Stein.
Tom Simkin, author involved with all three editions, was curator of Petrology and Volcanology at the National Museum of Natural History, as well as directing the Smithsonian's Global Volcanism Program between 1984 and 1994. He died in 2009 [4]
Overview of previous summaries
The introduction in the second edition [5] placed the text in context with previous books attempting to collate The Volcanoes of the World - as summaries in a range of languages, of global volcanic data back to Varenius in 1650.
Online version
A digital version of the text was released in 2002.[15]
See also
References
  1. ^ Simkin, Tom; Smithsonian Institution (1981), Volcanoes of the world : a regional directory, gazetteer, and chronology of volcanism during the last 10,000 years, Hutchinson Ross Pub. Co. ; [New York] : Distributed world wide by Academic Press, ISBN 978-0-87933-408-6
  2. ^ Simkin, Tom; Siebert, Lee; Smithsonian Institution (1994), Volcanoes of the world : a regional directory, gazetteer, and chronology of volcanism during the last 10,000 years (2nd ed. / Tom Simkin & Lee Siebert ed.), Geoscience Press, ISBN 978-0-945005-12-4
  3. ^ Siebert, Lee; Simkin, Tom; Kimberly, Paul (9 February 2011), Volcanoes of the world (3rd ed. / Lee Siebert, Tom Simkin, and Paul Kimberly ed.), Smithsonian Institution ; Berkeley ; University of California Press (published 2010), ISBN 978-0-520-94793-1
  4. ^ https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/06/17/AR2009061703465.html Washington Post Obituary
  5. ^ Page one, Table one, Second edition
  6. ^ Scrope, George Poulett (1987), Considerations on volcanos : the probable causes of their phenomena, the laws which determine their march, the disposition of their products, and their connexion with the present state and past history of the globe; leading to the establishment of a new theory of the earth, printed and published by W. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street; sold by W. & C. Tait, Edinburgh; and Hodges & M'Arthur, Dublin, retrieved 11 January 2016
  7. ^ Daubeny, Charles (1826), A description of active and extinct volcanos with remarks on their origin, their chemical phaenomena, and the character of their products, as determined by the condition of the earth during the period of their formation : being the substance of some lectures delivered before the University of Oxford, with much additional matter, W. Phillips, retrieved 11 January 2016
  8. ^ Daubeny, Charles (1848), A description of active and extinct volcanoes of earthquakes and of thermal springs (2nd ed.greatly enl ed.), Richard and John E. Taylor, retrieved 11 January 2016
  9. ^ Landgrebe, Georg (1855), Naturgeschichte der vulcane und der damit in verbindung stehenden erscheinungen, J. Perthes, retrieved 11 January 2016
  10. ^ Scrope, George Poulett (1862), Volcanos the character of their phenomena, their share in the structure and composition of the surface of the globe, and their relation to its internal forces : with a descriptive catalogue of all known volcanos and volcanic formations (2nd ed., rev and enl. with a map of the volcanic areas of the globe ed.), Longmans, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, retrieved 11 January 2016
  11. ^ Mercalli, Giuseppe, 1850-1914 (1907), Vulcani attivi della terra, morfologia-- dinamismo--prodotti--distribuzione geografica--cause, Milano, U. Hoepli, retrieved 12 January 2016
  12. ^ Schneider, Karl (1911), "Die vulkanischen Erscheinungen der Erde", Nature, Gebrüder Borntraeger, 87 (2187): 410, Bibcode​:​1911Natur..87..410M​, doi:10.1038/087410a0, S2CID 3977412, retrieved 11 January 2016
  13. ^ Sapper, Karl, Katalog der geschichtlichen vulkanausbr??che, Strassburg, K.J. Tr??bner, retrieved 12 January 2016
  14. ^ Gushchenko, I. I. (Igorʹ Ivanovich) (1979), Izverzhenii︠a︡ vulkanov mira : Katalog, Nauka, retrieved 12 January 2016
  15. ^
    Siebert L, Simkin T (2002–present). Volcanoes of the World: an Illustrated Catalog of Holocene Volcanoes and their Eruptions. Smithsonian Institution, Global Volcanism Program Digital Information Series, GVP-3 (​http://www.volcano.si.edu​).
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