- - - 2019 - - -

Mount Etna and the Aeolian Islands, Sicily: Evolution and Monitoring of Europe’s Most Active Volcanoes

September 6th to 14th 2019

1. The fumarolic field of the Campei Flegrei in Pozzuoli, which the group visited on the first day [ ©Photos: Thomas Sheldrake (UniGe) ]

 

2. A view of the Aeolian islands of Lipari and Salina from the top of La Fossa di Vulcano [ ©Photos: Thomas Sheldrake (UniGe) ]

 

3. The group walking around the crater rim of La Fossa di Vulcano [ ©Photos: Thomas Sheldrake (UniGe) ]

 

4. A view of La Fossa di Vulcano and fumarolic vents from Vulcanello, on the island of Vulcano [ ©Photos: Thomas Sheldrake (UniGe) ]

 

5. A view onto the summit craters of Mount Etna from the south [ ©Photos: Thomas Sheldrake (UniGe) ]

 

- - - 2018 - - -

Tectonics and volcanism in central Japan (Tokyo to Takayama)

June 20th - July 1st 2018

1. Group picture in front of Asama volcano [©Photos: Luca Caricchi]

 

2. Group photo taken on the Takidani pluton(central Japanese Alps)looking into a sequence of Cretaceous ignimbrites in the background [©Photos: Luca Caricchi]

 

3. Group picture [©Photos: Luca Caricchi]

 

- - - 2017 - - -

Late-orogenic Au-bearing magmatic-hydrothermal systems of the Cévennes area (South French Massif Central)

June 5-9th 2017

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]

 

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]

 

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]

 

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]

 

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]

 

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]

 

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]

 

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]

 

[ ©Photos: Kalin Kouzmanov (UniGe) ]