Knowledge Capsules: Volcanic Infrasound

Volcanic Infrasound follows reserachers from the Volcano Group as they install infrasound sensors in a natural reserve in the middle of urban Singapore. These solar-powered stations capture the infrasound created by volcanoes in the region and detect and measure eruptions as they unfold. Southeast Asia is a densely populated region with a few mega-cities located within 300 kilometers of active volcanoes. The volcanic infrasound can be used to detect and measure eruptions as they unfold, and increase the safety of civil aviation. Volcanic Infrasound is our latest Knowledge Capsule and it shows some of the EOS infrasound sensors located in a natural reserve in the middle of urban Singapore. 

Watch the official trailer here:

Volcanic Infrasound - Official Trailer from EOS on Vimeo.

Volcanic Infrasound is a Finalist in the Raw Science Film Festival in Santa Monica, California. The short documentary won an Award of Merit in the Educational Category at the Accolade Global Film Competition in La Jolla, California. During 2017 it has been screened at the prestigious international scientific events EGU Cinema in Vienna, Austria, and Goldschmidt Wild Orbit Cinema in Paris, France.

 

Project Years: 

2016

EOS Team: 

Principal Investigator
Research Assistant
Research Associate
Research Assistant
Research Assistant

2017 Screening Schedule

October 

Ekotopfilm Prague International Film Festival on Sustainable Development, Prague, Czech Republic

August 

Goldschmidt Wild Orbit Cinema, Paris, France

May

Accolade Global Film Competition in La Jolla, California

April

EGU GeoCinema, Vienna, Austria
Academia Film Olomouc International Festival of Science Documentary Films, Olomouc, Czech Republic

December 2016

Raw Science Film Festival, Santa Monic, California (World Premiere)

November 

Cities on Volcanoes 9, Puerto Varas, Chile (Preview)