VOLCANOFIT 2.0.1 (2012)
Please see Borselli et al. (2011) paper
Instituto de Geologia / Fac. De Ingegneria
Universitad Autonoma de San Luis Potosì,
Av. Dr. Manuel Nava 5, C.P. 78240 San Luis Potosí, S.L.P. UASLP (MEXICO), firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucia Capra Pedol
Centro de Geociencias, UNAM, Campus Juriquilla, 76230 Queretaro, Mexico.
Volcanofit 2.0: Example of volcanoid
solid of revolution
MODELLING A STATOVOLCANO EDIFICE WITH
3D SURFACES (VOLCANOIDS)
VOLCANOFIT 2.0.1 is a Full Freeware Software available for the scientific community.
The aim of this software is to identify departures from the actual DEM of a volcano in shape or volume with respect to an ideal 3D surface. The authors believe that identification of these anomalies is important to understand the evolution of the edifice; an important tool for volcanic risk scenario analysis, particularly for sector collapse events.
VOLCANOFIT 2.0.1 performs a non-linear fitting of the actual volcano DEM to an ideal 3D surface, with some constraints determined by the selected type of "Volcanoid" surface.
The latest VOLCANOFIT 2.0.1 package can be downloaded in this page. The package contains also the input data for application at Volcan de fuego Colima, as shown in Borselli et al. (2011):
Papers on International Journal:
BORSELLI L., CAPRA L., SAROCCHI D., De La CRUZ-REYNA S. 2011. Flank collapse scenarios at Volcán de Colima, Mexico: a relative instability analysis. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. 208:51–65. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2011.08.004
(send an e-mail for a copy of paper)
L. Borselli and D. Sarocchi (2012). FLANK COLLAPSE AND NEW RELATIVE INSTABILITY ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO VOLCÁN DE COLIMA AND MT. ST. HELENS. Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section - 108th Annual Meeting, Queretaro, Mexico, (29–31 March 2012). Oral presentation. (PDF of the presentation 2.4 MB)
Volcanofit 2.0 application to Volcan de fuego colima (Borselli et al. 2011): fitted surface overlay to real
upper edifice 10x10 m DEM and (left) and distribution of volume deficit and excess (rigth)
This software is released as FREEWARE for the scientific community.
This imply that is released and downloadable for free, but without warranties .
The authors of this software want acknowledge the people that with their testing activities and suggestions helped us to improve the performance of VOLCANOFIT.
All the Suggestions from the users are welcomed and greatly appreciated.
Free Pascal 2.6.0
VOLCANOFIT has been realised entirely in Object Pascal programming language,
using FPC compiler, (rel. 2.6.0) and GDB debugger