|Towards real-time eruption forecasting in the Auckland Volcanic Field: application of BET_EF during the New Zealand National Disaster Exercise ‘Ruaumoko’|
J Lindsay, W Marzocchi, G Jolly, R Constantinescu, J Selva, L Sandri
Bulletin of Volcanology 72 (2), 185-204, 2010
|Long-term multi-hazard assessment for El Misti volcano (Peru)|
L Sandri, JC Thouret, R Constantinescu, S Biass, R Tonini
Bulletin of volcanology 76 (2), 1-26, 2014
|Ceboruco hazard map: part II—modeling volcanic phenomena and construction of the general hazard map|
K Sieron, D Ferrés, C Siebe, R Constantinescu, L Capra, C Connor, ...
Natural Hazards 96 (2), 893-933, 2019
|Computer modeling as tool for volcanic hazards assessment: an example of pyroclastic flow modeling at El Misti volcano, Southern Peru|
R Constantinescu, JC Thouret, IA Irimus
Geographia Technica 14 (2), 1-14, 2011
|Ceboruco hazard map: part I-definition of hazard scenarios based on the eruptive history|
K Sieron, D Ferres, C Siebe, L Capra, R Constantinescu, J Agustín-Flores, ...
Journal of Applied Volcanology 8 (1), 1-22, 2019
|The need to quantify hazard related to non-magmatic unrest: from BET_EF to BET_UNREST|
L Sandri, R Tonini, D Rouwet, R Constantinescu, AT Mendoza-Rosas, ...
Volcanic Unrest, 63-82, 2017
|New insights into the 2070calyrBP pyroclastic currents at El Misti volcano (Peru) from field investigations, satellite imagery and probabilistic modeling|
SJ Charbonnier, JC Thouret, V Gueugneau, R Constantinescu
Frontiers in Earth Science, 398, 2020
|The radius of the umbrella cloud helps characterize large explosive volcanic eruptions|
R Constantinescu, A Hopulele-Gligor, CB Connor, C Bonadonna, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 2 (1), 1-8, 2021
|Deterministic versus probabilistic volcano monitoring: not “or” but “and”|
D Rouwet, R Constantinescu, L Sandri
Volcanic Unrest, 35-46, 2017
|Application of the probabilistic model BET_UNREST during a volcanic unrest simulation exercise in D ominica, L esser A ntilles|
R Constantinescu, R Robertson, JM Lindsay, R Tonini, L Sandri, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 17 (11), 4438-4456, 2016
|BET_VH probabilistic assessment of pyroclastic flows hazard at El Misti volcano, South Peru, based on geological record and numerical simulations with TITAN2D|
R Constantinescu, JC Thouret, L Sandri, IA Irimus, R Stefanescu
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 8997, 2012
|Tracking volcanic unrest at Cotopaxi, Ecuador:-the use of the BET_EF tool during an unrest simulation exercise|
R Constantinescu, D Rouwet, J Gottsmann, L Sandri, R Tonini
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 2251, 2015
|Tracking a volcanic eruption with BET_EF software: Application to the Auckland Volcanic Field, New Zealand|
R Constantinescu, JM Lindsay
Geogr. Tech 2, 1-10, 2010
|Uncertainty quantification of eruption source parameters estimated from tephra fall deposits|
R Constantinescu, JT White, CB Connor, A Hopulele‐Gligor, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 49 (6), e2021GL097425, 2022
|A preliminary probabilistic multi-hazard assessment for Ceboruco volcano (Mexico)|
R Constantinescu, K Gonzalez Zuccolotto, D Ferres López, K Sieron, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, V028-0017, 2020
|An umbrella cloud model to explain thickness and grain size variation in tephra deposits: Pululagua (Ecuador)|
R Constantinescu, A Hopulele-Gligor, L Connor, C Connor, C Bonadonna, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, V23G-0290, 2019
|Detecting volcanic unrest using probabilistic e-tools: a retrospective analyses of the 2009 – 2010 seismic event beneath Morne aux Diables, Dominica, WI|
RS Robert Constantinescu, Richard Robertson, Jan Lindsay
Cities of Volcanoes 8, Jogjakarta, Indonesia, September 9 – 13, 2014, 2014
|Methods for Quantitative Volcanic Hazard Assessment in Densely Populated Areas, with Emphasis on Pyroclastic Flows: Case Study: El Misti and Arequipa, South-western Peru|
|Volcanic hazard assessment for El Misti volcano (South Peru) based on BET_VH software (work in progress)|
R Constantinescu, JC Thouret, L Sandri
European Geoscience Union, Geophysical Research Abstracts 13, 2011
|Probabilistic volcanic hazard assessment of the 22.5-28° S segment of the Central Volcanic Zone of the Andes|
D Bertin, JM Lindsay, SJ Cronin, SL de Silva, C Connor, PJ Caffe, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science, 1089, 0