> Dear IDV Staff. > > Hello. > > I've been following the exhalation of Popocatepetl volcano in Mexico, to > determine th > e Dispersion, Exposure and Deposition of PM2.5 particles, the ash plume in > real time > and forecast, with Hysplit software of USNOAA. > > In all the volcanoes in the world, there are observation cameras that can > tell us vis > ually the behavior of the emission column in the atmosphere, during the > day, that i > s, when there are no clouds. > > But at night and when there are clouds, we cannot estimate height of the > column to op > erate PM2.5, concentration and Deposition covertures areas, closer to > reality, with H > ysplit, and thus better support the actions of civil protection. > > I believe that, IDV software, like support, could develop for all us, a > favorite bu > ndle, which works similarly for wind speed on 3D, denominated volume > rendering but f > or the temperature profile in 3D, from the mouth of a volcano determined, to > high. > > With this information, then we can estimate the height of the column > emission, and as > hes, each time of a exhalation is produced, and then operate the emission > dispersio > n model and coverage areas with greater accuracy, in real time > > Could you help us in to develop of this favorite bundle, with vusualization > colored? I don't think we have these datasets to create bundle. Yuan > > This Favorite Bundel, will support all the actions of volcanus program of > USGS, and a > nothers similar programs too. > > In advanced, thanks for your support, and God Bless. > > I am attached for yours, a sample of my work about Popocatepetl in Mexico. .. > > Sincerely > > Ing. Luis Felipe Ayala Soto > Hnos. Talamantes 1295 > Entre Tepic y Culiac?n > Colonia el Saguaro > Hermosillo, Sonora, M?xico > C.P. 83170 > Tel 011 52 662 2190766 > Fax 011 52 662 2190767 > address@hidden > address@hidden > A 2 de junio del 2012 Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: IKX-206917 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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