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Folch, A., Martí, J., Codina, R. & Vázquez, M. A numerical model for temporal variations during explosive central-vent eruptions. (1998).
Folch, A., Vázquez, M., Codina, R. & Martí, J. A fractional step finite element method for the Navier-Stokes equations applied to magma chamber withdrawal. (1999).
Folch, A., Jorba, O. & Viramonte, J. Volcanic ash forecast ? application to the May 2008 Chaitén eruption. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 8, 927-940 (2008).
Folch, A., Cavazzoni, C., Costa, A. & Macedonio, G. An automatic procedure to forecast tephra fallout. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 177, 767-777 (2008).
Folch, A., Costa, A. & Hankin, R. TWODEE-2: A shallow layer model for dense gas dispersion on complex topography. Computers & Geosciences 35, 667-674 (2008).
Folch, A., Costa, A. & Macedonio, G. Ash fallout scenarios at Vesuvius: numerical simulations and implications for hazard assessment. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 178, 366-377 (2008).
Folch, A., Costa, A. & Macedonio, G. G. APOLLO: An automatic procedure to forecast transport and deposition of tephra. (2008).
Folch, A. & Jorba, O. Computation of Volcanic ash Concentration at Long Distances Using an Eulerian Approach. Is it Worthy?. (2008).
Folch, A. & Jorba, O. Computation of Volcanic ash Concentration at Long Distances Using an Eulerian Approach. Is it Worthy?. (2008).
Folch, A., Costa, A. & Macedonio, G. FALL3D: A computational model for transport and deposition of volcanic ash. Computers & Geosciences 35, 1334-1342 (2009).
Folch, A. & Martí, J. Time-dependent chamber and vent conditions during explosive caldera-forming eruptions. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 280, 246-253 (2009).
Folch, A., Costa, A. & Macedonio, G. Contributions from the FIRB Project: the APOLLO procedure and the FALL3D ash dispersal model. (2009).
Folch, A. Ash cloud modelling using FALL3D. (2009).
Folch, A., Costa, A. & Suaya, M. El modelo de dispersión de cenizas volcánicas FALL3D y su aplicación al VAAC de Buenos Aires. (2009).
Folch, A., Suaya, M., Costa, A. & Viramonte, J. The FALL3D ash cloud dispersion model and its implementation at the Buenos Aires VAAC. (2009).
Folch, A. & Costa, A. Modeling volcanic ash transport using FALL3D: model description, validation results and future perspectivas. (2010).
Folch, A., Baldasano, J. M., Gassó, S., Jorba, O. & Val, M. Modelización del transporte atmosférico y calidad del aire en el BSC-CNS. Estado actual y prespectivas futuras. (2010).
Folch, A. Forum on the assessment of volcanic ash threat: learning and considerations from the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption. (2010).
Folch, A. et al. CENIZA: A Latino-American Network for Modelling and Monitoring Volcanic Ash and Aerosols and its Impact on Infrastructures and Air Quality. (2010).
Folch, A., Costa, A., Duran, A. & Macedonio, G. A model for wet aggregation of ash particles in volcanic plumes and clouds: 2. Model application. Journal of Geophysical Research 115, 1-16 (2010).
Folch, A., Sulpizio, R. & Sulpizio, R. Evaluating the long-range volcanic ash hazard using supercomputing facilities. Application to Somma-Vesuvius (Italy), and consequences on civil aviation over the Central Mediterranean Area. Bulletin of Volcanology 72, 1039-1059 (2010).
Folch, A., Houzeaux, G. & Vázquez, M. Simulació amb superordinadors del transport de contaminants. X Fòrum TIG SIG 2011 (2011).
Folch, A. & Sulpizio, R. Evaluating the long-range volcanic ash hazard using supercomputing facilities. Application to Somma-Vesuvius (Italy), and consequences on civil aviation over the Central Mediterranean Area. Bulletin of Volcanology 72, 1039-1059 (2010).
Folch, A. A review of tephra transport and dispersal models: Evolution, current status, and future perspectives. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 235 - 236, 96 - 115 (2012).
Folch, A., Mingari, L., Osores, M. S. & Collini, E. Modeling volcanic ash resuspension. Application to the 15-16 October 2011 outbreak episode in Central Patagonia, Argentina. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci 14, 119–133 (2014).