Publications David JESSOP


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  • Research Topics :

    • Physical and theoretical modelling of two-phase volcanological flows
    • Dynamics of turbulent entrainment
    • Granular flows
    • Thermal monitoring of volcanic activity

    Scientific and administrative responsibilities :

    • Thermal monitoring of La Soufrière Volcano, Guadeloupe (OVSG-IPGP)


    Teaching :


  • Publications :

    Rang A :
    • Bombrun M., Jessop D., Harris A., Barra V. (2018). An algorithm for the detection and characterisation of volcanic plumes using thermal camera imagery. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research vol.352, p.26-37, DOI:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2018.01.006 .

    • Jessop D., Hogg A.J., Gilbertson M.A., Schoof C. (2017). Steady and unsteady fluidised granular flows down slopes. Journal of Fluid Mechanics vol.827, p.67-120, DOI:10.1017/jfm.2017.458 .

    • Jessop D., Gilchrist J., Jellinek A.M., Roche O. (2016). Are eruptions from linear fissures and caldera ring dykes more likely to produce pyroclastic flows?. Earth and Planetary Science Letters vol.454, p.142-153, DOI:10.1016/j.epsl.2016.09.005 .

    • Jessop D., Kelfoun K., Labazuy P., Mangeney A., Roche O., Tillier J.L., Trouillet M., Thibault G. (2012). LiDAR derived morphology of the 1993 Lascar pyroclastic flow deposits, and implication for flow dynamics and rheology. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 245-246, 81-97. DOI:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.06.030 .
    • Jessop, D. E. and A. M. Jellinek (2014). Effects of particle mixtures and nozzle geometry on entrainment into volcanic jets”. Geophys. Res. Lett. 41, pp. 1–6. doi: 10.1002/2014GL60059.
    • Gilbertson, M. A., D. E. Jessop, and A. J. Hogg (2008). “The effects of gas flow on granular currents”. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. 366.1873, pp. 2191–2203. doi: 10.1098/rsta.2007.0021.
    • Jessop, D. E., M. A. Gilbertson, and A. J. Hogg (2007). “On the motion of fluidised granular currents: motion along horizontal surfaces”. Fluidization XII. Ed. by X. Bi, F. Berruti, and T. Pugsley. ECI Symposium Series, pp. 863–871
    Rang B-C :
    • Moretti R., Komorowski J.C., Burtin A., Ucciani G., Jessop D., Moune S., Bonifacie M., Robert V., Deroussi S., Didier T., Kitou T., de Chabalier J.B., Shreve T., Venugopal S., Saurel J.M., Lemarchand A., Tamburello G., Gibert D., Allard P., Le Friant A., Chaussidon M. (2018). The 2018 February-April unrest phase at La Soufrière of Guadeloupe (French West Indies) andesitic volcano: deep magmatic fluid transfer into the hydrothermal system and dome-structure modulation. Cities on Volcanoes 10, Naples, Sept. 2018, DOI:Session S01.27 - Phreatic and hydrothermal eruptions: processes, deposits, and hazard .

    • Jessop D. (2017). Controls on stability of volcanic jets from vent shape and particle-size distribution (invited). EGU 2017, Vienna, Austria.
    • Jessop D., Dufek J., Jellinek M., Roche O., Gilchrist J. (2017). Particle-plume coupling and vent shape effects on volcanic plume stability. IAVCEI General Assembly, Portland.
    • Jessop D., Jellinek A.M., Dufek J. (2017). Stretching the truth: how do particles and eddies interact to modify turbulent entrainment into volcanic jets?. IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics 2016, Paris, France, 06-10 June.

    • Bombrun M., Jessop D., Harris A., Barra V. (2015). Plume tracking algorithm: parameterisation of Strombolian plume dynamics. IUGG, Prague, Juin 2016.
    • Jessop D., Jellinek A.M. (2015). The effect of inertial particles on turbulent entrainment in buoyant plumes. IUGG, Pragues, Juin 2016.
    • Jessop D., Jellinek M. (2015). The effect of inertial particles on turbulent entrainment in volcanic plumes. 26th IUGG General Assembly, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2015.
    • Jessop D., Jellinek M., Roche O. (2015). The role of inertial particles and vent geometries in the rise and collapse of volcanic jets. 26th IUGG General Assembly, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2015.

    • Jessop D., Jellinek M., Roche O. (2014). Turning off entrainment: the role of particle size distributions and vent geometry in the collapse of volcanic jets. AGU Fall Meeting. .
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