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Jorge Romero Moyano

  • Undergraduate Geology Student
  • University of Atacama
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Research interests

tephra dispersionexplosive volcanismGeologyVolcanic eruptionsTephra

About

I'm an undergrad geology student at Universidad de Atacama (Chile). Before my university studies, I developed in geology as an amateur by several years. Currently, my undergrad research interest is with the volcanology, in the fields of tephra fall, physical volcanology and eruptive chronology.

Co-authors (37)

  • Alberto Tomas Caselli

Publications (5)

  • Dynamics and style transition of a moderate, Vulcanian-driven eruption at Tungurahua (Ecuador) in February 2014: pyroclastic deposits and hazard considerations

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  • Hydrovolcanic ash emission between August 14 and 24, 2015 at Cotopaxi volcano (Ecuador): Characterization and eruption mechanisms

    • Troncoso L
    • Bustillos J
    • Romero J
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  • Eruptive activity of Planchón-Peteroa volcano for period 2010-2011, Southern Andean Volcanic Zone, Chile

    • Aguilera, Felipe; Benavente, Oscar; Gutiérrez, Francisco; Romero, Jorge; Saltori, Ornella; González, Rodrigo; Augusto, Mariano; Caselli, Alberto; Pizarro M
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  • Forecasting volcanic ash dispersal and coeval resuspension during the April–May 2015 Calbuco eruption

    • Reckziegel F
    • Bustos E
    • Mingari L
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  • Tephra fall at Tungurahua Volcano (Ecuador) – 1999-2014: An Example of Tephra Accumulation from a Long-lasting Eruptive Cycle

    • Bustillos, Jorge; Romero, Jorge; Troncoso, Liliana; Guevara A
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Professional experience

University of Atacama

Education

Geology

Universidad de Atacama

March 2012 - Present