Volcanic Anomalies Monitoring System (VOLCANOMS) is a volcanic thermal anomalies detection system based on the analysis of Land Remote Sensing Satellite (Landsat) TM (Thematic Mapper), ETM+ (Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus) and OLI (Operational Land Imager) images.
Landsat images technical properties can be accessed from the official website http://landsat.usgs.gov/
Our code is based in the Dual Band Method (Rothery et al 1988), Three Band and Three Components Method (Harris et al 1999a), thermal analysis for Landsat 8 (OLI) images proposed by Blackett (2014) and improvements to Three Band and Three Components Method carried out by Gonzalez et al (2015).
VOLCANOMS release diverse products and data corresponding to:
Our first work related to VOLCANOMS correspond to:
Layana S, Aguilera F, Urrutia D, Salazar P (2016) VOLCANOMS, a low cost and automated volcanic monitoring system for Chilean volcanoes based on Landsat ETM+ and OLI satellite images. In: Cities on Volcanoes 9, Puerto Varas, Chile, 20-25 November 2016.
Blackett M (2014) Early analysis of Landsat-8 thermal infrared sensor imagery of volcanic activity. Remote Sens 6:2282-2295
González C, Inostroza M, Aguilera F, González R, Viramonte J, Manzies A (2015) Heat and mass flux measurements using Landsat images during 2000-2004 period, Lascar volcano, northern Chile. J Volc Geotherm Res 301:277-292
Harris A, Flynn L, Rothery D, Oppenheimer C, Sherman S (1999) Mass flux measurements at active lava lakes: Implications for magma recycling. J Geophys Res 104:7117-7136
Rothery D, Francis P, Wood C (1988) Volcano monitoring using short wavelength infrared data from satellite. J Geophys Res 93:7993-8008