International Training Program: Hawaii Section
The 2014 International Course was fantastic, with 16 participants!
The 2014 CSAV scientists visit Civil Defense headquarters.
Scientists from Saudi Arabia and Italy chat.
The group outside apartment housing in Hilo.
A 15-passenger van was used for field trips.
Christian and Mari-Andylene work in the SDAV Lab.
Antonio uses a mapping program.
The group learns remote sensing in the Kau desert.
Antonio hikes down the trail to Kilauea Iki.
Oscar and Jennifer set up a GPS receiver.
This area of Mauna Loa is ideal for learning to map old lava flows of different ages.
Don Swanson passes around a sample of pumice.
Nicole Lautze points to layers of Kilauea Iki tephra.
At dusk, glow from the lava lake in Halemaumau is reflected in the plume.
Suparjan enjoys the ocean.
The group shares favorite foods.
International Training Program: CVO Section
The 2014 CSAV scientists play soccer after working with Cascades Volcano Observatory.
Christian does a handstand, with Mount Hood as a backdrop.
Cynthia Gardiner describes hazards from Mount Hood.
Peter Kelly and Suparjan slide in the snow on Mount Hood.
Mikhail and Marcellin install a solar panel.
Carlos and Jennifer prepare wiring.
The 2014 CSAV scientists borrow warm clothes for Mount St. Helens, from Cascades Volcano Observatory.
Marcellin makes a stratigraphic section.
Geoffroy juggles pumice from Mount St. Helens.
Heather Wright shows the CSAV group how to describe and measure tephra.
Jati climbs the steep trail to the summit of Mount St. Helens.
Back at CVO, the group learns about event trees.
The group analyzes whether or not the volcano is likely to erupt.