Volcano, Plume, Flux, Mineralogy and Panache are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Volcano study are interwoven with issues in Atmosphere and Atmospheric sciences. In his research on the topic of Atmosphere, Lidar is strongly related with Ultraviolet.
His studies in Plume integrate themes in fields like Impact crater and Aerosol. There are a combination of areas like Spectrometer and Remote sensing integrated together with his Flux study. He usually deals with Mineralogy and limits it to topics linked to Fumarole and Infrared spectroscopy, Resolution and Mineral redox buffer.
His primary areas of study are Volcano, Plume, Atmospheric sciences, Flux and Ultraviolet. His Volcano research includes elements of Atmosphere, Impact crater, Mineralogy and Remote sensing. His study looks at the relationship between Remote sensing and fields such as Spectrometer, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His Plume study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Petrology and Geophysics. His research in Atmospheric sciences intersects with topics in Sea level, Meteorology, Magma and Basalt. His Ultraviolet study incorporates themes from Radiation and Volcanology.
Andrew J. S. McGonigle mostly deals with Volcano, Atmospheric sciences, Plume, Lava and Outgassing. His Volcano research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Remote sensing, Impact crater and Petrology. His Remote sensing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Differential optical absorption spectroscopy, Spectrometer and Ranging.
Andrew J. S. McGonigle has included themes like Atmosphere and Compositional data in his Impact crater study. His work on Noon is typically connected to Biomass smoke, Solar ultraviolet radiation and Left cheek as part of general Atmospheric sciences study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study explores the link between Plume and topics such as Strombolian eruption that cross with problems in Conduit system and Particle image velocimetry.
His primary areas of investigation include Magma, Volcano, Context, Hyperspectral imaging and Field. Andrew J. S. McGonigle has researched Magma in several fields, including Atmosphere, Compositional data, Plume and Atmospheric sciences. His Volcano study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Impact crater, Petrology and Bubble.
Systems engineering and Environmental monitoring are fields of study that overlap with his Context research.
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A miniaturised ultraviolet spectrometer for remote sensing of SO2 fluxes: a new tool for volcano surveillance
Bo Galle;Bo Galle;Clive Oppenheimer;Andreas Geyer;Andreas Geyer;Andrew J.S McGonigle.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2003)
Unmanned aerial vehicle measurements of volcanic carbon dioxide fluxes
A. J. S. McGonigle;A. Aiuppa;G. Giudice;G. Tamburello.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
H2S fluxes from Mt. Etna, Stromboli, and Vulcano (Italy) and implications for the sulfur budget at volcanoes
A. Aiuppa;S. Inguaggiato;A.J.S. McGonigle;M. O’Dwyer.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2005)
Walking traverse and scanning DOAS measurements of volcanic gas emission rates
A. J. S. McGonigle;C. Oppenheimer;B. Galle;T. A. Mather.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
Emission of bromine and iodine from Mount Etna volcano
A. Aiuppa;C. Federico;A. Franco;G. Giudice.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2005)
Total volatile flux from Mount Etna
A. Aiuppa;A. Aiuppa;G. Giudice;S. Gurrieri;M. Liuzzo.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Characterization and evolution of tropospheric plumes from Lascar and Villarrica volcanoes, Chile
T. A. Mather;V. I. Tsanev;D. M. Pyle;A. J. S. McGonigle.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Real‐time measurement of volcanic H2S and SO2 concentrations by UV spectroscopy
M. O'Dwyer;M. J. Padgett;A. J. S. McGonigle;C. Oppenheimer.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
Primary sulfate aerosol and associated emissions from Masaya Volcano, Nicaragua
A. G. Allen;C. Oppenheimer;M. Ferm;P. J. Baxter.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
BrO formation in volcanic plumes
Clive Oppenheimer;Vitchko I. Tsanev;Christine F. Braban;Richard A. Cox.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2006)
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