pre-eruption

pre-eruption

(pre?e-rup'shun) [? + eruptio, a breaking out]
1. Before an eruption.
2. The stage of tooth eruption when the tooth bud is in the bony socket prior to root formation. See: eruptive stage (2)
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Return to pre-eruption conditions is impossible,' NEDA said.
Joint research activities include production of services to initialize volcanic ash transport and dispersal models during eruptions, Integrated modelling of pre-eruption data, And a complete catalogue of european volcanoes.
At Upper Fly Lake, BSi, Organics and Carbonates in the sediments showed that the post-eruption values were very similar to the pre-eruption values (Fig.
Today's Lake Rotomahana is about five times bigger and up to 12 times deeper than the pre-eruption lake.
Under certain conditions, weathering and hydrothermal alteration can cause the release of all pre-eruption [sup.
An expert from Iceland's meteorological office told Agence France Presse that the next decade would see an increase in volcanic activity in Iceland and that several volcanoes were already showing signs of being in a pre-eruption phase.
If we suppose the costs of the spraying by the weeds in pre-eruption stage for every hectare of corn 500000 Rials in crop year 1387(including buying Aradikaan poison, spraying, and disk), because these regions do not need to spray, this amount of production costs is reduced and while soil cultivating of shrub's basis, the operation of the cultivator between the culture's rows controls few of the weeds.
Brodsky and Luigi Passarelli, a visiting graduate student from the University of Bologna, compiled data on the length of pre-eruption earthquakes, time between eruptions, and the silica content of lava from 54 volcanic eruptions over a 60-year span.
In this popular account, Friedrich (Environmental Geophysics, University of Aarhus) describes Santorini's geologic and archaeological past, presenting the latest research into the island's pre-eruption Bronze Age civilization.
The team placed sensors around the 2,632-metre volcano and found that this gave a detailed profile of pre-eruption activity at depth.
free] median and mean concentrations were higher than pre-eruption values but the temperature mean and median were similar to 2004.