La Palma Research Centre (LPRC) attended the AGEO 8th Consortium Meeting, hosted by University College Dublin (UCD) in Dublin, from the 6th to the 8th of October. In this meeting, more than 30 members of the international consortium presented the progress being made in each one of the five pilots that are being developed within the project, conducted collaborative sessions to improve and to share ideas regarding its development and implementation, and harmonized the contents of the book that will be published as an output for AGEO.
The event was divided in three days:
- On the 6th, we discussed sustainability, the roadmap for the AGEO App for geohazard monitoring, the harmonization of the book chapters and held parallel sessions.
- A specialized session was held on the 7th to discuss educational contents, usability aspects of the AGEO App, and the crisis management conducted by IGME during the eruption of La Palma.
- On the 8th, the attendees visited the Causeway Coast and the Carrick-a-Rede pilots in Northern Ireland, hosted by Geological Survey Northern Ireland (GSNI)
As the leaders for the Communication Work Package (WP2), La Palma Research Centre presented the roadmap for communication and the new table of contents for the communications chapter that will be included in the AGEO book.
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