Edna Dualeh

Profile

Volcanic eruptions can alter the Earth's surface by changing the topography and surface properities of the ground, which can be detected and visualised from space. My research is based on using Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) amplitude data to test various amplitude timeseries methods. I use the various methods to identify and distinguish differenct volcanic processes (e.g. pyroclastic flows and lahars), determining their flow paths, examining the post-emplacement alteration and development over time for the different processes. My areas of interest include the 2011-2013 and 2018 lava flows from Kilauea, Hawai'i and the 3rd June eruption at Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala, which produced multiple pyroclastic flows and lahars.

 

Qualifications: 

  • MSci Earth Sciences (International Programme), University College London
    MSci Project - Earthquake Pulverization on an active normal fault: The Cittanova Fault
    Year abroad: University of Washington, U.S.

Conference Presentations: 

  • Dualeh E. W., Ebmeier S. K., Wright T. J., Poland M. P., Albino F., Radar backscatter analysis methods applied to the 2018 Fuego Eruption, COMET Student Meeting, 24-25 Jan. 2019, Leeds, UK

Conference Posters: 

  • Dualeh E. W., Ebmeier S. K., Wright T. J., Poland M. P., Albino F., Radar backscatter analysis methods applied to the 2018 Fuego eruption, Guatemala, VMSG Annual Meeting, 8-10 Jan. 2019, St. Andrews, UK
  • Dualeh E. W., Ebmeier S. K., Wright T. J., Poland M. P., Radar backscatter analysis methods applied to the 2011-2013 Kilauea lava flows, Cities on Volcanoes 10, 2-7 Sept. 2018, Naples, Italy
  • Dualeh E. W., Ebmeier S. K., Observations of the 2011-2013 Kilauea lava flows from Synthetic Aperture Radar intensity data, VMSG Annual Meeting, 3-5 Jan 2018, Leeds, UK  

Demonstrating:

  • Geology for Petroleum Engineers (SOEE1600) 
  • Geology Map and Field Skills; Assynt Fieldtrip (SOEE2107)
  • Geology Map and Field Skills; Remote Sensing (SOEE2107)

Qualifications

  • MSci Earth Science (International Programme), University College London

Research groups and institutes

  • Institute of Geophysics and Tectonics
  • Volcanology