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plumeria PMAP software release 1.0.3

March 25, 2023

The PMAP tool is a one-dimensional plume model that predicts ash aggregation within an erupting volcanic plume. The tool was developed by D. W. Hoffman at Stanford, extending from the Plumeria model written by L. G. Mastin at USGS CVO. The code operates using Matlab.
The purpose of this repository is to present the code used in the following publication, currently under review at Journal of Geophyscal Research
Hoffman, D.W., Mastin, L.G., Van Eaton, A.R., Solovitz, S.A., Cal, R.B., and Eaton, J.K., in review, A 1-D volcanic plume model for predicting ash aggregation

Publication Year 2023
Title plumeria PMAP software release 1.0.3
DOI 10.5066/P9UFXP7T
Authors Davis Hoffman, Larry G Mastin
Product Type Software Release
Record Source USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog
USGS Organization USGS Volcano Science Center