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AVO is a very extended family. Some people work full time for the observatory, others well under half time. Others perform essential work, but only draw operating expenses. Several agencies contribute personnel at several locations. A wide variety of disciplines are represented, including geophysics, geology, glaciology, hydrology, geochemistry, remote sensing, computing, electronics, and administration. The following people are the paid staff, and share among themselves about 22 Full Time Equivalent positions.

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Cathy Cahill
Department: AVO Fairbanks
Institute: UAF/GI
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citation imageLopez, Taryn, Carn, Simon, Werner, Cynthia, Fee, David, Kelly, Peter, Doukas, Michael, Pfeffer, Melissa, Webley, Peter, Cahill, Catherine, and Schneider, David, 2013, Evaluation of Redoubt Volcano's sulfur dioxide emissions by the Ozone Monitoring Instrument: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 259, p. 290-307, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.03.002

citation imageWebley, P.W., Lopez, T.M., Ekstrand, A.L., Kean, K.G., Rinkleff, P., Dehn, J., Cahill, C.F., Wessels, R.L., Bailey, J.E., Izbekov, P., and Worden, A., 2013, Remote observations of eruptive clouds and surface thermal activity during the 2009 eruption of Redoubt Volcano: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 259, p. 185-200, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.06.023

citation imageCahill, C.F., Rinkleff, P.G., Dehn, Jonathan, Webley, P.W., Cahill, T.A., and Barnes, D.E., 2010, Aerosol measurements from a recent Alaskan volcanic eruption: Implications for volcanic ash transport predictions: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 198, n. 1-2, p. 76-80, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2010.08.012 .

Wallace, K.L., Neal, Christina, Plumlee, G.S., Stichick, M.M., Rinkleff, Peter, Cahill, Catherine, Verbrugge, Lori, Reed, Brad, and Dyer, Janelle, 2009, An interdisciplinary approach to assessing and communicating health hazards of volcanic ash fall [abs.]: Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America, v. 41, n. 7, p. 542-543.

Collins, R.L., Fochesatto, J., Sassen, K., Webley, P.W., Atkinson, D.E., Dean, K., Cahill, C.F., and Mizutani, K., 2007, Predicting and validating the motion of an ash cloud during the 2006 eruption of Mount Augustine volcano, Alaska, USA: Journal of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, v. 54, n. 1-2, p. 17-28.

Cahill, C.F., Cahill, T.A., Webley, P., Wallace, K.L., Dean, K.G., and Dehn, J., 2006, Size- and time-resolved composition of volcanic ash from Augustine Volcano, Alaska [abs.]: Eos, Joint Assembly Supplement, v. 87, abstract V22B-05.

Neal, C., Wallace, K., Albanese, S., Fish, A., and Cahill, C., 2006, Communicating ash-fall hazard to the public during eruptions: a proposed scheme to streamline ash-fall warning messages in the U.S. based on the recent activity at Augustine Volcano, Alaska [abs.]: Eos, Joint Assembly Supplement, v. 87, abstract V33B-0659.

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