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Auckland’s volcanic landscape

The Auckland Volcanic Field is made up of about 53 individual centres. Within the DEVORA programme we are gathering data to explain how, why, how often and how fast magma moves to the surface in the Auckland Volcanic Field.  We are also studying the deposits of past eruptions to learn more about how and when our volcanoes formed.   

Under a blood red sky A guide to Rangitoto
Tracing the source in the volcanic field
Leading the volcanic field in new-look velocity model
Lake layers clear waters on Rangitoto volcanic longevity
Melting moments point to erratic eruptions worldwide
Role model for volcano eruption calculation
Conundrum of Auckland’s Rangitoto volcano
Cultural approach to geosite evaluation
Assuming the mantle of eruption scale analyst
Flow of Auckland data puts focus on volcano eruption rates