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Karoly Nemeth

Dr Karoly Nemeth

Associate Professor, IAE, Massey University

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Tertiary education

  • 2003
  • PhD (Environmental Sciences) (accredited) University of Western Hungary, Sopron, Hungary
  • 2001
  • PhD (Geology) University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
  • 1995
  • MSc (Geology) Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary

Distinctions/Honours

  • 2009
  • Scientific Committee member of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, Malargue, Argentina
  • 2008
  • Commission co-leader, International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth Interior’s (IAVCEI) Commission on Monogenetic Volcanism
  • New Zealand Representative for the International Association of Sedimentologists
  • NZ Science and Technology Bridge to Employment Fellowship
  • 2007
  • Session Chair, IUGG General Assembly, Perugia, Italy
  • 2006
  • Session Chair, International Association of Sedimentologists World Congress, Fukuoka, Japan
  • Session Chair, Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting, Palmerston North
  • 2005
  • President of the Hungarian Magmatic Stratigraphy Committee
  • NZ Science and Technology PostDoctoral Fellowship
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Szádeczky-Kardos Award I. Grade, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2004
  • Commission co-leader, IAVCEI Commission on Volcanogenic Sediments
  • Chair of the 2nd International Maar Conference
  • Geological Institute of Hungary (MÁFI) - Bandat Horst Foundation Award
  • Invited presenter, BASALT 2004 International Conference, Czocha, Poland
  • Invited presenter, GSA Rocky Mountain (56th Annual) and Cordilleran (100th Annual) Joint Meeting
  • Invited presenter, IAVCEI General Assembly, Pucón, Chile
  • 2003
  • Ministry of Education, Hungary - AMFK, Magyary Zoltán PostDoctoral Fellowship (2 yr.)
  • 2002
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Szádeczky-Kardos Award I. Grade, Budapest, Hungary
  • 1996
  • Pro Renovanda Hungariae Foundation - “Students for Science” Award, Budapest
  • Eötvös University, Peregrinatio II, Postgraduate Visiting Fellowship to New Zealand
  • 1995
  • Pro Scientia Gold Medal, and Eötvös Award, Eötvös University Budapest

Employment Record

  • 2008-
  • Research Officer, Massey University
  • 2005-08
  • FRST NZS&T Postdoctoral Fellow, Massey University
  • 2003-05
  • Magyary Zoltán Postdoctoral Fellow, Eotvoes University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2001-03
  • Senior Researcher, Geological Institute of Hungary

Research Interests

Volcanology, hazard, geomorphology, sedimentology, archaeology, oral traditions, emergency management and community-based disaster education/planning.

Other Information

Member of: Central Plateau VSAG (07-); Geological Soc. NZ (96-); Intl. Assn. Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (94-); Intl. Assn. Sedimentologists (94-); Geological Soc. Hungary (90-), Editorial Advisory Board of The Open Geology Journal (07-); Editorial Advisory Board of Central European Journal of Geosciences (08-)

Karoly Nemeth
On the flank of one of the many lava fountain-fed Pliocene scoria cone of the Al Haruj volcanic field in Central Libya, northern Africa



Publications

  • Journal Articles

  • Németh, K., & Cronin, S., 2009. Volcanic evolution, oral traditions of volcanism of Western Samoa (SW Pacific) and their volcanic hazard implications. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research [in press]
  • Németh, K., & Cronin, S. J., 2009. Phreatomagmatic volcanoes at the rift-coast boundary of Ambae Island (Vanuatu, New Hebrides): implications for potential explosive volcanic hazards on ocean islands. In: Models and products of mafic explosive activity Edited by Jacopo Taddeucci, Oliver Spieler and Károly Németh, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (Special Issue), 180 (2-4): 246-258.
  • Németh, K., & White, C., 2009. Intra-vent peperites related to the phreatomagmatic 71 Gulch Volcano, western Snake River Plain volcanic field, Idaho (USA). Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 183 (1-2): 30-41.
  • Németh K., Cronin, S.J., Stewart, B. R., & Charley, D., 2009. Intra- and extra-caldera volcaniclastic facies and geomorphic characteristics of a frequently active mafic island–arc volcano, Ambrym Island, Vanuatu. In: K. Nemeth, V. Manville, K. Kano (Editors): Source to sink: from volcanic eruptions to volcaniclastic deposits on the Pacific Rim. Sedimentary Geology, [doi:10.1016/j.sedgeo.2009.04.019].
  • Manville V., Németh K., & Kano K., 2009. Source to sink: A review of three decades of progress in the understanding of volcaniclastic processes, deposits, and hazards. In: K. Nemeth, V. Manville, K. Kano (Editors): Source to sink: from volcanic eruptions to volcaniclastic deposits on the Pacific Rim. Sedimentary Geology, [doi:10.1016/j.sedgeo.2009.04.022 ].
  • Cronin, S.J., Németh, K., Procter, J., Charley, D., Harrison, M., Garaebiti, E., Scott, B., Sherburn, S., Bani, P., & Lardy, M., 2009. Community emergency management during the 2005 Ambae eruption, Vanuatu, SW Pacific. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. [in press]
  • Németh, K., Goth, K., Martin, U., Csillag, G., & Suhr, P. 2008. Reconstructing paleoenvironment, eruption mechanism and paleomorphology of the Pliocene Pula maar (Hungary). Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 177(2): 441-456.
  • Németh, K., & Cronin, S. J. (2008) IAVCEI - CEV-CVS Fieldworkshop: Phreatomagmatic volcanoes of Jeju Island,Korea. Episodes 31(3): 358 – 360
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J., WHite, J.D.L.., 2007. Kuwae Caldera and Climate Confusion, The Open Geology Journal (Dubai), Bentham Publishing Ltd., vol. 1, pp. 7-15.
  • Németh, K., Haller, M.J., Martin, U., Risso, C., & Massaferro,G. 2008. Morphology of lava tumuli from Mendoza (Argentina), Patagonia (Argentina), and Al-Haruj (Libya). Zeitschrift fuer Geomorphologie N.F. [[DOI: 10.1127/0372-8854/2008].
  • Németh, K., Martin, U., & Csillag, G. 2007. Pitfalls in erosion calculation on the basis of remnants of maar/diatreme volcanoes. Geomorphologie: processes, relief (Paris, France) 2007, no. 3. pp. 225-236.
  • Risso, C., Németh, K., Combina, A.M., Nullo, F., & Drosina, M., 2008. The role of phreatomagmatism in a Plio-Pleistocene high-density scoria cone field: Llancanelo Volcanic Field (Mendoza), Argentina, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 169, 61-86.
  • Németh K. 2008. IAVCEI Field workshop – Phreatomagmatic volcanoes of Jeju Island, Korea (13-17 November, 2007). IAVCEI News, 2008/1, 10-13.
  • Cronin, S.J., Németh, K., Charley, D., & Thulstrup, H.D., 2007. The day Mount Manaro stirred, A World of Science (Paris), vol. 5, iss. 4, pp. 16-20.
  • Pécskay, Z., Haller, M.J. & Németh, K., 2007. Preliminary K/Ar geochronology of the Crater Basalt Volcanic Field, Northern Patagonia, Argentina. Revista Geologica Argentina vol. 62, iss. 1, pp. 25-29.
  • Wijbrans, J., Németh, K., Martin, U. & Balogh, K., 2007. 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of Neogene phreatomagmatic volcanism in the western Pannonian Basin, Hungary. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 164: 193 – 204.
  • Németh, K., & White, C., 2007. Víz alatti volt-e a mio-pliocén vulkánosság a Snake-síksági vulkánvidéken (Idaho, USA)? - Terepi megfigyelések, mint az oskörnyezeti rekonstrukció eszközei [How subaqueous was the volcanism in the Mio/Pliocene Snake River Plain (Idaho, USA) volcanic field? Volcanological field observations as tools to reconstruct paleoenvironments]. Magyar Allami Foeldt. Int., Evi Jelentese 2005, 77 – 94. [in Hungarian with English abstract]
  • Németh, K., & Cronin, S.J., 2007. Syn- and post-eruptive erosion, gully formation, and morphological evolution of a tephra ring in tropical climate erupted in 1913 in West Ambrym, Vanuatu. Geomorphology, 86: 115-130.
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U., 2007. Shallow sill and dyke complex in western Hungary as a possible feeding system of phreatomagmatic volcanoes in “soft rock” environment. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 159: 138-152.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K., 2007. Blocky versus fluidal peperite textures developed in volcanic conduits, vents and crater lakes of phreatomagmatic volcanoes in Mio/Pliocene volcanic fields of Western Hungary. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 159: 164-178.
  • Gméling, K., Németh, K., Martin, U., Eby, N. & Varga, Zs., 2007. Boron concentration of volcanic fields in different geotectonic settings. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 159: 70-84.
  • Auer, A., Martin, U. & Németh, K., 2007. The Fekete-hegy (Balaton Highland Hungary) “Soft-substrate” and “Hard-substrate” maar volcanoes in an aligned volcanic complex – Implications for vent geometry, subsurface stratigraphy and the palaeoenvironmental setting. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 159: 225-245.
  • Martin, U., Nemeth, K., Lorenz, V. & White, J.D.L., 2007. Introduction: Maar-diatreme volcanism. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 159(1-3): 1-3.
  • Haller, M.J., Németh, K., 2006. Architecture and pyroclastic successions of a small Quaternary (?) maar in the Pali AikeVolcanic Field, Santa Cruz, Argentina. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Geowissebschaften 157(3): 467-477.
  • Martin, U., & Németh, K., 2006. Eruptive mechanism of phreatomagmatic volcanoes from the Pinacate Volcanic Field: comparison between Crater Elegante and Cerro Colorado, Mexico. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Geowissebschaften 157(3): 451-466.
  • Risso, C, Németh, K.,& Martin, U., 2006. Proposed geosites on Pliocene to Recent pyroclastic cone fields in Mendoza, Argentina. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Geowissebschaften 157(3): 477-490.
  • Németh, K., 2006. Role of phreatomagmatism in the evolution of the Mio/Pliocene Western Snake River Plain volcanic field, Idaho: pitfalls in application of volcanological data for paleogeographical reconstruction. New Zealand Soil News (ISSN 0545-7904) 54(3): 78-79.
  • Németh, K., 2006. PASADO 2006 Workshop Rio Gallegos, Argentina. New Zealand Soil News (ISSN 0545-7904) 54(3): 75-77.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J., Charley, D., Harrison, M., Garae, E., 2006. Exploding lakes in Vanuatu - “Surtseyan-style” eruptions witnessed on Ambae Island. Episodes 29(2): 87-92.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K., 2006. How Strombolian is a “Strombolian” scoria cone? Some irregularities in scoria cone architecture from the Transmexican Volcanic Belt, near Volcán Ceboruco, (Mexico) and Al Haruj (Libya). Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 155(1-2): 104-118.
  • Karatson, D., Németh, K., Székely, B., Ruszkiczay-Rudiger, Zs., & Pécskay, Z.., 2006. Incision of a river curvature due to exhumed Miocene volcanic landforms: Danube Bend, Hungary. International Journal of Earth Sciences (Geologische Rundschau) 95: 929-944.
  • Martin U., Németh, K., 2005. Maar Conference. Episodes 28(3): 212 – 214.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K., 2005. Eruptive and depositional history of a Pliocene tuff ring that developed in a fluviolacustrine basin: Kissomlyo Volcano (Western Hungary). Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 147: 342-356.
  • Balogh, K., Itaya, T., Németh, K., Martin, U., Wijbrans, J. & Than, N.X., 2005. Study of controversial K/Ar and 40Ar/39Ar ages of the Pliocene alkali basalt of Hegyestu, Balaton Highland, Hungary: a progress report. Mineralia Slovaca 37: 298 – 301.
  • Balogh, K. & Németh, K., 2005. Evidence for the Neogene small-volume intracontinental volcanism in Western Hungary: K/Ar geochronology of the Tihany Maar Volcanic Complex. Geologica Carpathica, Bratislava 56 (1): 91-99.
  • Németh, K., 2004. The morphology and origin of wide craters at Al Haruj al Abyad, Libya: maars and phratomagmatism in a large intracontinental flood lava field? Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie N.F. 48 (4): 417-439.
  • Németh, K., White, J.D.L. Reay, A. & Martin U., 2003. Compositional variation during monogenetic volcano growth and its implications for magma supply to continental volcanic fields. Journal of the Geological Society of London 160: 523-530.
  • Németh, K. & White, J.D.L., 2003. Reconstructing eruption processes of a Miocene monogenetic volcanic field from vent remnants; Waipiata Volcanic Field, South Island, New Zealand. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 124: 1-21.
  • Németh, K., 2003. The calculation of long-term erosion in Central Otago, New Zealand, based on two erosional remnants of Late Miocene maar/tuff ring volcano. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie N.F., 47(1): 29-49.
  • Németh, K. & White, J.D.L., 2003. Geochemical evolution, vent structures, and erosion history of monogenetic volcanoes in the Miocene intracontinental Waipiata Volcanic Field, New Zealand. Geolines – Journal of the Geological Institute of AS Czech Republic (Proceedings for the Hibsch 2002 Prague meeting on “Alkaline basaltic continental rift related magmatism” 15: 63-69.
  • Németh, K., Martin, U. & Csillag, G., 2003. Erosion rate calculation based on eroded monogenetic alkaline basaltic volcanoes of the Mio/Pliocene Bakony-Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Hungary. Geolines – Journal of the Geological Institute of AS Czech Republic (Proceedings for the Hibsch 2002, Prague meeting on “Alkaline basaltic continental rift related magmatism” 15: 102-106.
  • Martin U., Auer, A., Németh, K. & Breitkreuz, Ch., 2003. Mio/Pliocene volcanism in the western part of the Pannonian Basin, Hungary. Geolines – Journal of the Geological Institute of AS Czech Republic (Proceedings for the Hibsch 2002 Prague meeting on “Alkaline basaltic continental rift related magmatism” 15: 93-97.
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U., 2003. Piroklaszit és áthalmozott vulkaniklasztit üledokek lepusztult nyugat-magyarországi tufagyurukbol: áttekintés [Pyroclastic and reworked volcaniclastic sediments preserved in the depositional record of erosional remnants of tuff rings in western Hungary: a review]. Földtani Kutatás [Quarterly Journal of the Hungarian Geological Survey] XL (1-2): 55-62 [in Hungarian with abridged English abstract]
  • Németh, K., Martin, U. & Csillag, G., 2003. Lepusztult maar/diatrema szerkezetek a Bakony-Balaton Felvidék Vulkáni Területröl (Eroded maar/diatrema structures from the Bakony-Balaton Highland Volcanic Field). MÁFI Évi Jelentése - Annual Report of the Geological Institute of Hungary 2000-2001: 83-99. [in Hungarian with English abstract]
  • Németh, K., Suwesi, Kh. S., Peregi, Zs., Gulácsi, Z. & Ujszászi, J., 2003. Plio/Pleistocene flood basalt related scoria and spatter cones, rootless lava flows, and pit craters, Al Haruj Al Abiyad, Libya. Geolines – Journal of the Geological Institute of AS Czech Republic (Proceedings for the Hibsch 2002 Prague meeting on “Alkaline basaltic continental rift related magmatism”) 15: 98-103.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K., 2002. Peperitic lava lake-fed intravent sills at Ság-hegy, western Hungary: a complex interaction of wet tephra ring and lava in a phreatomagmatic volcanic complex., In: Breitkreuz C., Mock, A. and Petford, N (Eds): First International Workshop: Physical Geology of Subvolcanic Systems – Laccoliths, Sills, and Dykes (LASI), Wissenschaftliche Mitteilungen, Institute für Geologie, Freiberg, 20: 33-34.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K., 2002. Interaction between lava lakes and pyroclastic sequences in phreatomagmatic volcanoes: Haláp and Badacsony, Western Hungary. Geologica Carpathica, Special Issue CD-version, vol. 53.
  • Martin, U., Németh, K., Auer, A., Breitkreuz, C. & Csillag, G., 2002. Depositional record of a Pliocene nested multivent maar complex at Fekete-hegy, Pannonian Basin, western Hungary. Geologica Carpathica, Special Issue CD-version, vol. 53.
  • Karátson, D., Németh, K. & Székely, B., 2002. Volcanism, uplift and erosion in the Danube Bend, Northern Hungary. Geologica Carpathica, Special Issue CD-version, vol. 53.
  • Németh, K., Csillag, G. & Martin, U., 2002. Pliocene crater lake deposits and soft sediment deformation structures associated with a phreatomagmatic volcano, Pula maar, western Hungary. Geologica Carpathica, Special Issue, vol. 53., p. 41-43.
  • Németh, K., Martin, U., & Harangi Sz., 2001. Miocene phreatomagmatic volcanism at Tihany (Pannonian Basin, Hungary). Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 111: 111-135.
  • Németh, K., 2001. Long-term erosion-rate calculation from the Waipiata Volcanic Field (New Zealand) based on erosion remnants of scoria cones, tuff rings and maars. Géomorphologie: relief, processus, environnement (Paris – Lyon) 2001/2: 137-152.
  • Karátson, D. & Németh, K., 2001. Lithofacies associations of an emerging volcaniclastic apron in a Miocene volcanic complex: an example from the Börzsöny Mountains, Hungary. International Journal of Earth Sciences (Geologische Rundschau) 90: 776-794.
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U., 1999. Large hydrovolcanic field in the Pannonian Basin: general characteristics of the Bakony- Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Hungary. Acta Vulcanologica (Pisa) 11 (2): 271-282.
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U., 1999. Late Miocene paleo-geomorphology of the Bakony- Balaton Highland Volcanic Field (Hungary) using physical volcanology data. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie N.F. 43 (4): 414-438.
  • Németh, K., Martin, U. & Harangi, Sz., 1999. Miocene maar/diatreme volcanism at the Tihany Peninsula (Pannonian Basin): The Tihany Volcano. Acta Geologica Hungarica (Budapest) 42 (4): 349-377.
  • Németh, K., Martin, U. & Philippe, M., 1999. Eroded porous-media aquifer controlled hydrovolcanic centres in the South Lake Balaton region, Hungary: The Boglár Volcano. Acta Geologica Hungarica (Budapest) 42 (3): 251-266.
  • Németh, K., & Martin, U., 1999. Small-volume volcaniclastic flow deposits related to phreatomagmatic explosive eruptive centres near Szentbékkálla, Bakony- Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Hungary: Pyroclastic flow or hydroclastic flow? Földtani Közlöny - Bulletin of the Hungarian Geological Society (Budapest) 129 (3): 393-417.
  • Németh, K., 1999. A vizalatti vulkanizmus jelenségei, üledékképzodési folyamatai és kapcsolata a szárazföldi vulkáni folyamatokkal: áttekintés (Subaqueous volcanism and their depositional processes, their relationship to subaerial volcanism: review). Földtani Közlöny, Budapest (Bulletin of the Hungarian Geological Society). 129 (3): 419-443. [in Hungarian with English abstract].
  • Németh, K., 1997. A complex phreatomagmatic volcano in the Pannonian Basin (Tihany Paleovolcano, Hungary). Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie N.F. Suppl. Bd., 110, 145-157.
  • Books

  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (2007) Practical Volcanology. Lecture Notes for Understanding Volcanic Rocks from Field-Based Studies. Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary, Budapest, vol. 207: pp. 221 [ISBN 978-963-671-259-4].
  • Martin, U. and Németh, K. (2004) Mio/Pliocene phreatomagmatic volcanism in the Western Pannonian Basin. Geologica Hungarica, Series Geologica, Budapest, vol. 26., pp. 198.[ISBN 963-671-238-7]
  • Budai, T., Csillag, G., Kolosszár, L., Müller, P. and Németh, K. (2002) Geológiai kirándulások 1: Balaton-felvidék, (Geological excursions on the Balaton Highland), Balaton-felvidéki Nemzeti Park [Balaton Highland National Park Publishing House], Veszprém, pp. [in Hungarian].
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (2001) Practical Volcanology. Workshop Notebook with CD. Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary, Budapest, vol. 201: pp. 146. [in Hungarian & English]
  • Book Chapters, Scientific Reports

  • Németh, K., 2009. Monogenetic volcanic fields; their origin, sedimentary record, relationship with polygenetic volcanism, and how monogenetic they are. In: Canon-Tapia, E., Szakacs, A. (Eds): What is a volcano? Geological Society of America Special Papers. In press
  • Németh, K., 2008. Mio/Pliocene phreatomagmatic volcanism in Idaho in association with a changing fluvio-lacustrine environment and its comparison with young basaltic volcanic fields in the Pannonian Basin. My Fulbright Experiences – Published by the Hungarian – American Fulbright Commission, Budapest, 123-142.
  • Németh, K., & Cronin, S.J. 2008. Volcanic craters, pit craters and high level magmatic feeding systems of a mafic island-arc volcano: Ambrym, Vanuatu, South Pacific. In: Thomson, K., Petford N. (Editors); Structure and Emplacement of High-level Magmatic Systems. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 302, 85-99.
  • Németh, K. Pécskay, Z., Martin, U., Gméling, K., Molnár, F., & Cronin, S. J. (2008) Hyaloclastites, peperites and soft sediment deformation textures of a shallow subaqueous Miocene rhyolitic dome/cryptodome complex, Palhaza, Hungary. In: N. Petford and K. Thomson (Editors); Structure and Emplacement of High-Level Magmatic Systems. Geological Society Special Publications, London, 302, 61-83.
  • Cronin, S.J., Németh, K., & Neall, V.A. (2008) Volcanism and archaeology: a southwest Pacific perspective. Encyclopedia of Archaeology, Elsevier, Amsterdam, vol.3, pp. 2185-2196.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J., Lolo, F., Leavasa, M., Solomona, D., & Nelson, F. (2007) Samoa Technical Report - Volcanic evolution, oral traditions of volcanism of Western Samoa (SW Pacific) and their volcanic hazard implications. Final Report UNESCO Office for the Pacific States: 12 December 2007 Contract 07/048, pp. 1-33
  • Cronin, S.J., Bonte-Grapentin, M., & Németh, K. (2006) Final Report: WS 3.5.6, Review of Savai’i volcanic hazard map. Report to SOPAC, Suva, Fiji: pp. 1-21.
  • Budai, T., Chikán, G. Csillag, G., Fodor, L., Koloszár, L., Magyari, Á., Németh, K., & Selmeczi, I. (2005) Magyarázó Püspökszilágy környékének elozetes földtani térképéhez M=1:10 000. Magyar Állami Földtani Intézet Budapest, 1-121.
  • Németh, K. (2005) Vulkáni mezok és azok vulkáni folyamatai – In: Pásztori, B., Pro Scientia Aranyérmesek VII. Konferenciája Különkiadvány: 225-234. [in Hungarian]
  • Németh, K., Martin, U., & Magyar, I. (2005). Stop 3: Gerce Maar - Hungary. - In: Harzhauser, M (Ed.) Excursion - A - 2005, 12th RCMNS Congress Vienna, 2005, p. 36 - 43.
  • Németh, K., Martin, U., & Magyar, I. (2005). Neogene evolution of the Kisalfold basin. - In: Harzhauser, M (Ed.) Excursion - A - 2005, 12th RCMNS Congress Vienna, 2005, p. 20 - 22.
  • Fodor, L., Csillag, G., Németh, K., Budai, T., Cserny, T., Martin, U., Brezsnyanszky, K. & Dewey, J., (2005) Tectonic development, morphotectonics and volcanism of the Transdanubian Range: a field guide. In: Fodor. L. and Brezsnyanszky, K. Tectonic development, morphotectonics and volcanism of the Transdanubian Range and Balaton Highland: a field guide to the workshop on "Application of GPS in plate tectonics, in research on fossil energy resources and in earthquake hazard assessment", Budapest, 24-08-01-09/2002 - Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary, 204: 59-86
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) Peperitic lava lake-fed intravent sills at Ság-hegy, Western Hungary: a complex interaction of a wet tephra ring and lava. In: N. Petford and C. Breitkreuz (Editors); Physical Geology of Subvolcanic Systems – Laccoliths, Sills, and Dykes. Geological Society Special Publications, London, vol. 234: 33-50.
  • Németh K., (2001) Deltaic density currents and turbidity deposits related to maar crater rims and their importance for paleogeographic reconstruction of the Bakony-Balaton Highland Volcanic Fields (BBHVF), Hungary. In: B. Kneller, B. McCaffrey, J. Peakall & T. Druitt (Editors); Particulate Gravity Currents. International Association of Sedimentologist Special Publication, Blackwell Sciences, Oxford, vol: 31: pp. 261-277.
  • Németh, K. & Csillag G., (1999) Tapolcai Bazalt Formáció (Tapolca Basalt Formation). In: T. Budai & G. Csillag (Editors) A Balaton-felvidék földtana (Geology of the Balaton Highland). Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary, Budapest, vol. 197: pp. 114-122. [in Hungarian & English].
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (1999): Volcanism of the Tihany Volcano. In: Karátson, D. (Ed.). Pannon Encyclopaedia. Kertek 2000 Publishing House, Budapest, Hungary. [in Hungarian and English with CD ROM]
  • Conference Proceedings - Special Thematic Volumes

  • Shane J. Cronin, Károly Németh, Ian E.M. Smith, Graham Leonard, Phil Shane, 2009. Possible rejuvenation of volcanism at the “monogenetic” phreatomagmatic/magmatic volcanic complex of Panmure Basin, Auckland Volcanic Field, New Zealand. In Haller MJ and Massaferro GI (Eds) Abstract Volume of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, 23-24.
  • Miguel J. Haller, Károly Németh, 2009. Eruption mechanism, evolution and volcanic architecture of a shallow maar/tuff ring complex developed over “soft substrate” country rocks from the Pali Aike Volcanic Field, Santa Cruz, Argentina. In Haller MJ and Massaferro GI (Eds) Abstract Volume of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, 38-39.
  • Miguel J. Haller, Zoltán Pécskay, Károly Németh, Katalin Gméling, Gabriela I. Massaferro, Carlos M. Meister, Francisco E. Nullo, 2009. Preliminary K-Ar geochronology of Neogene back arc volcanism in Northern Patagonia, Argentina. In Haller MJ and Massaferro GI (Eds) Abstract Volume of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, 40-41.
  • Gábor Kereszturi, Károly Németh, 2009. Controlling conditions of phreatomagmatic-to-magmatic fragmentation styles of Pliocene volcanoes of west Hungary. In Haller MJ and Massaferro GI (Eds) Abstract Volume of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, 50-51.
  • Károly Németh, Shane J. Cronin, 2009. Phreatomagmatic eruption in AD 1913 in West Ambrym (Vanuatu, SW Pacific) and its implications for rift-edge phreatomagmatism in volcanic islands. In Haller MJ and Massaferro GI (Eds) Abstract Volume of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, 81-82.
  • Károly Németh, Shane J. Cronin, Ian E.M. Smith, Robert B. Stewart, 2009. Mechanisms of a maar-forming eruption through soft fine-grained sedimentary substrate: Orakei Basin, Auckland, New Zealand. In Haller MJ and Massaferro GI (Eds) Abstract Volume of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, 83-84.
  • Károly Németh, Corina Risso, Francisco E. Nullo, Ian E.M. Smith, 2009. Silicic pumiceous tuff ring of Los Loros in Mendoza (Argentina). In Haller MJ and Massaferro GI (Eds) Abstract Volume of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, 85-86.
  • Ian E.M. Smith, Károly Németh, Shane J. Cronin, 2009. Small basaltic systems – are maars their expression? In Haller MJ and Massaferro GI (Eds) Abstract Volume of the IAVCEI-IAS 3rd International Maar Conference, 115-116.
  • Risso, C., K. Németh, & F. Nullo 2009. Field Guide Payún Matru and Llancanelo Volcanics Fields, Malargüe - Mendoza. 3IMC. 3º International Maar Conference, April 14 - 17, 2009. [Guía de Campo a los campos volcánicos de Payún Matru y Llancanelo, Malargüe- Mendoza 3IMC. 3º Conferencia Internacional sobre Maares], 14 –17 April, 2009, Malargüe, Argentina. 28 pp. [in English and Spanish]
  • Risso, C. & K. Németh, 2009. Field Guide to Phreatomagmatic Volcanism in association with a high density Scoria Cone Field: Malacara Tuff Cone and Carapacho Tuff Ring in the Llancanelo Volcanic Field near Malargüe City, Mendoza Province, Argentina. 3IMC. 3° International Maar Conference, April 14 - 17, 2009. Malargüe, Argentina. 23 pp.
  • Haller, M. & K. Németh, 2009. Cenozoic Diatremes In Chubut, Northern Patagonia, Argentina. 3ICM. International Maar Conference, April 14 - 17, 2009. Malargüe, Argentina, 23 pp.
  • Csillag G., Németh K., Sebe K., 2008. Paleofelszínek és vulkáni szerkezetek kapcsolata a Balaton-felvidék és a Bakony területén. - 4. Magyar Földrajzi Konferencia, Debrecen, 2008. november 14- 15.: 105-111. [ISBN 978-963-06-6004-4]
  • Németh, K., Pécskay, Z., & Gméling, K., 2008. Complex interaction textures of an andesite laccolith complex emplaced in a non-welded rhyolitic pyroclastic density current deposit: Erdobénye, Tokaj Mts. (Hungary). LASI 3 Conference Extended Abstract Volume, Physical Geology of Subvolcanic Systems: Laccolith, Sills and Dykes, Elba Island, Italy, September 2008., 59-60.
  • Németh, K., Sohn, Y.K., & Cronin, S.J., 2008. Coherent and clastic trachytic dyke swarms and associated interaction textures with host sediments of the Quaternary Ulleung caldera, East Sea/Sea of Japan (Korea). LASI 3 Conference Extended Abstract Volume, Physical Geology of Subvolcanic Systems: Laccolith, Sills and Dykes, Elba Island, Italy, September 2008., 57-58.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J., & Charley. D.T., 2008. Complex welding textures of pyroclastic successions intruded by post-caldera dyke swarms of the Kuwae caldera complex (Vanuatu). LASI 3 Conference Extended Abstract Volume, Physical Geology of Subvolcanic Systems: Laccolith, Sills and Dykes, Elba Island, Italy, September 2008., 61-62.
  • Németh, K. & Cronin, S.J., 2006. Lava lakes and shallow magmatic feeding systems of mafic volcanoes of an ocean island: Ambrym, Vanuatu (New Hebrides), South Pacific. In: K. Thomson & N. Petford (Eds.) Abstract Volume of the LASI II Physical geology of subvolcanic systems: Laccoliths, sills and dykes. Isle of Skye, UK, April 1-3rd 2006, pp. 27 – 29. Visual Geosciences DOI 10.1007/s10069-006-0002-z
  • Németh, K. & White, J. D.L., 2006. High-level sill and dyke intrusions initiated from rapidly buried mafic lava flows within scoria cones of Tongoa, Vanuatu (New Hebrides), South Pacific. In: K. Thomson & N. Petford (Eds.) Abstract Volume of the LASI II Physical geology of subvolcanic systems: Laccoliths, sills and dykes. Isle of Skye, UK, April 1-3rd 2006, pp. 34 – 36. Visual Geosciences DOI 10.1007/s10069-006-0002-z
  • Németh, K., Pécskay, Z., Martin, U., Gméling, U., Molnár, F., & Cronin. S.J., 2006. Peperites and soft sediment deformation textures of a shallow subaqueous Miocene rhyolitic cryptodome and dyke complex, Pálháza, Hungary. In: K. Thomson & N. Petford (Eds.) Abstract Volume of the LASI II Physical geology of subvolcanic systems: Laccoliths, sills and dykes. Isle of Skye, UK, April 1-3rd 2006, pp. 37 – 40. Visual Geosciences DOI 10.1007/s10069-006-0002-z
  • Renk, D., de Wall, H., Martin, U., & Németh, K., 2006. Influence of titanomagnetite composition on the magnetic anisotropy in a dyke-sill complex of the Ság-hegy volcano, Little Hungarian Plain. In: K. Thomson & N. Petford (Eds.) Abstract Volume of the LASI II Physical geology of subvolcanic systems: Laccoliths, sills and dykes. Isle of Skye, UK, April 1-3rd 2006, pp. 45 – 47. Visual Geosciences DOI 10.1007/s10069-006-0002-z
  • Dworazik, N., Auer, A., Martin, U., Németh, K., de Wall, H., & Rolf, C., 2006. Magnetic characteristics of the Ság-hegy volcanic complex, Little Hungarian Plain. In: K. Thomson & N. Petford (Eds.) Abstract Volume of the LASI II Physical geology of subvolcanic systems: Laccoliths, sills and dykes. Isle of Skye, UK, April 1-3rd 2006, pp. 50 – 52. Visual Geosciences DOI 10.1007/s10069-006-0002-z
  • Haller, J.M., de Wall, H., Martin, U., & Németh, K., 2006. Understanding the evolution of maar craters. ICDP-Workshop PASADO - Potrok AIke Lake Sediment Archive Drilling Project, 15 – 19. March, 2006. Rio Gallegos, Santa Cruz, Argentina, Terra Nostra 2006/1: 58.
  • Haller, J.M., Alric, V.I., Martin, U., Németh, K., & Meister, C.M., 2005. Diatremas con peperita en la Patagonia septentrional. Extended Abstracts of the XVI. Argentine Geological Congress, La Plata, 20 – 23. September, 2005. [in Spanish]
  • Miguel J.H, Németh, K., & Meister, C.M., 2005. Un Maar en las cercanías de Río Gallegos, Santa Cruz. Extended Abstracts of the XVI. Argentine Geological Congress, La Plata, 20 – 23. September, 2005. [in Spanish]
  • Martin, U., Németh, K., Haller, J.M., & Alric, V.I., 2005. Sub-terranean peperite in Oligocene lower diatremes of Chubut, Argentina. 19th Colloquium on Latin American Geosciences GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Germany, April 18 - 20, 2005 of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Terra Nostra 2005/1
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K., 2000. Peperite structures from the Bakony-Balaton Highland Volcanic Field (Hungary). Terra Nostra (Potsdam) Proceedings for the International Maar Conference, Daun, Germany, 2000/6: 318-329.
  • Németh, K., Korbély, B. & Karátson, D., 2000. The Szigliget maar/diatreme, Bakony- Balaton Highland Volcanic Field (Hungary). Terra Nostra (Potsdam) Proceedings for the International Maar Conference, Daun, Germany, 2000/6: 375-383.
  • Németh, K., 2000. Collapse structures of an eroded maar/diatreme volcanic field from Central Otago, New Zealand: “The Crater” as an example. Terra Nostra (Potsdam) Proceedings for the International Maar Conference, Daun, Germany, 2000/6: 364-374.
  • Németh, K., Martin, U. & Harangi, Sz., 2000. On the calculation of the geometry of the diatreme pipe from deposits of an “accidental lithic clast rich” maar, Tihany East Maar, Hungary. Terra Nostra (Potsdam) Proceedings for the International Maar Conference, Daun, Germany, 2000/6: 383-390.
  • Németh, K., 1996. A Plan of volcanic national park in the Tihany Peninsula. Proceedings of Research, Conservation, Management Conference, Aggtelek, 1-5 May 1996, 101-110.
  • Conference Presentations

  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J., Stewart, R.B., Smith, I. 2008. Eruptive mechanism of “soft substrate” maar/tuff ring volcanoes from the Auckland Volcanic Field (AVF): the Orakei maar/tuff ring. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 124A: 157.
  • Moebis, A., Cronin, S.J. Lube, G., Neall, V.E., Németh, K., 2008. Fingerprinting of volcanic glasses unravels the volcanic history of Ngauruhoe Volcano, New Zealand. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 124A : 188.
  • Stewart, R. B., Németh, K., Cronin, S. J., Charley, D. (2007) A large-scale, near-sea level, silicic caldera-forming eruption in Efate? An alternative model for the 1 Ma Efate Pumice Formation, Vanautu, SW-Pacific. Abstract Volume of the Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting. Tauranga, New Zealand, 26th – 29th November 2007. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 123A: 165
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S. J., Moebis, A., Charley, D. (2007) Post-caldera volcanism in the Yenkahe Caldera, Tanna Island, Vanuatu. Abstract Volume of the Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting. Tauranga, New Zealand, 26th – 29th November 2007. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 123A: 114.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S. J., Lolo, F., Leavasa, M., Solomona, D.S., Filomena, N. (2007) Volcanic evolution, oral traditions of volcanism of Western Samoa (SW Pacific) and their volcanic hazard implications. Abstract Volume of the Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting. Tauranga, New Zealand, 26th – 29th November 2007. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 123A: 113.
  • Moebis, A., Cronin, S. J., Németh, K., (2007) Magmatic and phreatomagmatic tephras in fine ash successions of an arc volcanic complex, the Mangatawai Tephra Formation, Tongariro Volcanic Centre, New Zealand. Abstract Volume of the Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting. Tauranga, New Zealand, 26th – 29th November 2007. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 123A: 102.
  • Cronin, S.J., Németh, K., Procter, J.N., Charley, D.T, Harrison, M.J., Garaebiti, E, Scott, B.J., Sherburn, S, Bani, P, Lardy, M. (2007) Community Emergency Management During the 2005 Ambae Eruption, Vanuatu, SW Pacific. Abstract Volume, Cities on Volcanoes 5 Conference, Shimabara, Japan, 19th – 23th November 2007. Volcanological Society of Japan, 21a-P-18, pp. 120.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S. J., Charley, D. (2007) Pitfalls of Interpretation of Volcanic Eruptions on the Basis of Oral Traditions: the AD 1452-53 "Great Kuwae Event" (Vanuatu). Abstract Volume, Cities on Volcanoes 5 Conference, Shimabara, Japan, 19th – 23th November 2007. Volcanological Society of Japan, 33-O-03, pp. 177.
  • Németh, K., (2007) Understanding mafic explosive volcanism from Vanuatu perspective. Abstract Volume, Phreatomagmatic volcanoes of Jeju Island, Korea: Morphology, architecture, lithofacies, and processes. IAVCEI-CEV-CVS Field Workshop, Jeju, Korea, 12th – 17th November 2007., pp. 21.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S. J., White, J.D.L. (2007) Kuwae Caldera (Vanuatu) and climate confusion. Abstract Volume, Phreatomagmatic volcanoes of Jeju Island, Korea: Morphology, architecture, lithofacies, and processes. IAVCEI-CEV-CVS Field Workshop, Jeju, Korea, 12th – 17th November 2007., pp. 19.
  • Németh, K., White, C. (2007) Intravent peperitesin an eroded phreatomagmatic volcano of the western Snake River plain volcanic field Idaho (USA) and their implication for field-wide eruptive environment reconstruction. Abstract Volume, Phreatomagmatic volcanoes of Jeju Island, Korea: Morphology, architecture, lithofacies, and processes. IAVCEI-CEV-CVS Field Workshop, Jeju, Korea, 12th – 17th November 2007., pp. 20.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J. 2007. The enigmatic giant tuff cone and ignimbrites of Ambrym, Vanuatu: a more conventional story of mafic caldera formation. Abstract Volume IUGG XXIV, Perugia, Italy: #4653
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J. 2007. Phreatomagmatic volcanoes at the rift edge of Ambae Island (Vanuatu, New Hebrides) and their potential role for volcanic hazard on ocean islands. Abstract Volume IUGG XXIV, Perugia, Italy: #4656
  • Gert Lube, S.J. Cronin, J-C. Thoret, A.V. Zernack, P. Kellman, K. Holt, V.E. Neall, J.N. Procter, M. Irwin, S.E. Cole, A. Moebis, I. Chapman, M. Turner, H.K. McMillan, C. Robertson, K.M. Martelli, K. Németh, J.A. Lecointre, 2007. Flow observations and their relationship to the depositional record of the 18 Mar 2007 Ruapehu lahar. Abstract Volume IUGG XXIV, Perugia, Italy: #12999
  • Risso, C., Nullo,F., Németh, K., Leal, P. 2007. Los Loros trachytic tuff ring in northwestern Patagonia-Argentina Abstract Volume IUGG XXIV, Perugia, Italy: #2245
  • Németh, K., White, C. (2006) Intravent peperites in an eroded phreatomagmatic volcano of the Western Snake River Plain Volcanic Field Idaho (USA) and their implication for field-wide eruptive environment reconstruction. Abstract Volume of the Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting. Palmerston North, New Zealand, 4th – 7th December 2006. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 122A: 58.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J. (2006) Lessons for emergency management from the December 2005 crater lake eruption at Ambae, Vanuatu. Abstract Volume of the Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting. Palmerston North, New Zealand, 4th – 7th December 2006. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 122A: 57
  • Cronin, S.J., Németh, K., Stewart, R.B. (2006) Volcanic hazards planning on rifting island and fissure volcanoes. Abstract Volume of the Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting. Palmerston North, New Zealand, 4th – 7th December 2006. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 122A: 13
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J., White,J.D.L. (2006) Kuwae caldera (Vanuatu) and climate confusion. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 11th – 15th December 2006. EOS Trans. AGU 87(52) Fall Meet. Suppl.: Abstract V33C-0672.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J. (2006) Intra- and extra-caldera volcaniclastic facies architecture of a frequently active mafic island-arc volcano, Ambrym Island, Vanuatu. Abstract Volume of the 17th International Sedimentological Congress ISC 2006. Fukuoka, Japan, 27th August – 1st September 2006, Volume A: p. 194.
  • Németh, K., (2006) Lessons for volcanic emergency management from the 2005 Ambae caldera-lake eruption.. Abstract Volume of the North Island Volcanic Risk Symposium. Palmerston North, NZ, 4 August 2006: p. 9
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S.J. (2006) Surtseyan style eruption in the Ambae (Vanuatu, New Hebrides) caldera lake in 2005 December and its implication to volcanic hazards and emergency management on an ocean island. Abstract Volume of the Congreso de vulcanologia GARAVOLCAN 2006 Workshop. Tenerife, Spain, 21 – 27 May 2006
  • Risso, C., Németh, K., Martin, U. (2006) Proposed geotopes to promote tourism in recent pyroclastic cone fields, Southern Mendoza - Argentina. Abstract Volume of the Fourth Confrence Cities on Volcanoes IAVCEI. Quito, Ecuador, 23 – 27 January 2006: p. 138.
  • Németh, K., Cronin, S. J. (2005) Was the AD1435 Kuwae event (Vanuatu) really the largest explosive eruption in the SW pacific in the last 1000 years? Implications for Regional hazard and global climate. Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting, Kaikoura 27 November - 2 December, 2005. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 119A: 58-59.
  • Cronin, S. J.& Németh, K. (2005) Where are the giant tuff cone and ignimbrites of Ambrym? a more conventional story of Mafic volcanism at Amrbym volcano, Vanuatu. Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Meeting, Kaikoura 27 November - 2 December, 2005. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publications, 119A: 21-22
  • Németh, K. & Cronin, S.J.(2005) The 1913 phreatomagmatic mafic explosive volcanism in west Ambrym, Vanuatu and its implications for volcanic hazard. STAR 2005 (SOPAC) Apia, Western Samoa 24 September - 1 October 2005. In: Collen, J. (Ed.) SOPAC Miscellaneous Report 603: 49-50.
  • Németh, K., Csillag, G. (2005) Pit falls in erosion calculation on the basis of remnants of maar/diatreme volcanoes. 6th Geomorphological World Conference, Zaragoza, 7 - 12 September 2005
  • Németh, K., Haller, M.J., Martin U., Risso, C., Massaferro, G. (2005) Lava tumuli morphology from Patagonia, Mendoza (Argentina) and Al-Haruj (Libya). 6th Geomorphological World Conference, Zaragoza, 7 - 12 September 2005
  • Németh, K., Martin U., Haller, M.J., Risso, C., Massaferro, G. (2005) Some irregularity in scoria cone degradation in lava spatter-dominated cones. 6th Geomorphological World Conference, Zaragoza, 7 - 12 September 2005.
  • Balogh, K. Konecny, V. Vass, D. Lexa, J. Németh, K. (2004) Method of dating of post-Sarmatian alkali basalts int he Carpathian Basin. BASALT 2004 International Conference, Czocha, Poland, 5-7 November, 2004, p. 6
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (2004) Complexity of small-volume („monogenetic”) volcanoes in intracontinental settings. BASALT 2004 International Conference, Czocha, Poland, 5-7 November, 2004, p. 22
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) Peperites associated with phreatomagmatic volcanoes. BASALT 2004 International Conference, Czocha, Poland, 5-7 November, 2004, p. 21
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (2004) Influemnce of hydrogeology of pre-volcanic rock units ont he formation of different type of monogenetic volcanoes in a Mio/Pliocene fluvio-lacustrine basin: Western Hungary. Rocky Mountain (56th Annual) and Cordilleran (100th Annual) Joint Meeting (May 3–5, 2004), Session No. 37-- Products and Processes of Hydrovolcanism, May 5, 2004, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 36, No. 4, p. 84.
  • Németh, K., Martin, U & Csillag, G. (2004) Evidences of karst-water involvement on magma-water interaction during formation of the Pliocene Pula maar, western Pannonian Basin. IAVCEI General Assembly 14 – 19 November, 2004, Pucón, Chile – Abstract CD (s03e_o_01)
  • Martin, U & Németh, K. (2004) How Strombolian is a “Strombolian” scoria cone? Scoria cones from the western Transmexican Volcanic Belt, near Volcán Ceboruco, Mexico. IAVCEI General Assembly 14 – 19 November, 2004, Pucón, Chile – Abstract CD (s03b_o_08)
  • Németh, K. (2004) Large craters from an intracontinental fl ood basalt fi eld from the Libyan Sahara, Northern Africa: results of maar-forming phreatomagmatic eruptions and mafic Plinian eruptions? IAVCEI General Assembly 14 – 19 November, 2004, Pucón, Chile – Abstract CD (s03b_o_09)
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) Sedimentary interaction between pyroclastic flow deposits of the Poris Member from the Las Canadas and monogenetic volcanic fields in a beach setting near Montana Roja scoria cone, Tenerife Sur, Spain. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 74.
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U (2004) Pedagogical and didactical methods in the geopark concept in the demonstration of volcanic processes associated with monogenetic volcanic fields in Hungary: the Montessori Method as a viable alternative. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 80.
  • Csillag, G., Korbély, B. & Németh, K. (2004) Volcanological sites of Balaton Uplands National park as key points for a proposed geopark in Western Hungary. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 49.
  • Bretschneider, S, Breitkreuz, C., Németh, K. & Wilke, H.-G. (2004) Volcano-sedimentary succession associated with a low-lying intra arc volcanic system in the North Chilean Jurassic large igneous province: the Cerro Blanco Complex, Taltal. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 45.
  • Budai, T., Németh, K., Martin, U. & Piros, O (2004) Subaqueous volcaniclastic successions in the Middle Triassic of Western Hungary. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 46.
  • Csillag, G., Németh, K., Martin, U., Goth, K. & Suhr, P (2004) 3D architecture of a Pliocene maar volcano on the basis of drill core data and its implication for the syn-volcanic geomorphology, Pula Maar, western Pannonian Basin. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 50.
  • Goth, K., Martin, U., Suhr, P., Németh, K. & Csillag, G (2004) Crater lake sediments in the Pliocene Pula maar (Western Hugnary). In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 60.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) Growth of scoria cones from the Western Transmexican Volcanic Belt, near Volcán Ceboruco, Mexico. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 75.
  • Gméling, K., Németh, K., Martin, U. & Nelson, E. (2004) Boron concentration in different maar-diatreme volcanic environments. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 59.
  • Wijbrans, J., Németh, K., Martin, U. & Balogh K (2004) 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of a Mio/Pliocene phreatomagmatic volcanic field in the Western Pannonian Basin, Hungary. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 103. Ar/Ar dating
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) Magma/wet sediment interaction in crater lakes and vent zones of monogenetic volcanoes in Mio/Pliocene volcanic fields of Western Hungary. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 73.
  • Balogh, K., Konecny, V., Vass, D., Lexa, J. & Németh, K. (2004) Methodical results of K/Ar dating of post-Sarmatian alkali basalts in the Carpathian Basin. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 41.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) Shallow subsurface sill and dyke systems associated with an alkaline basaltic intracontinental volcanic field, Western Hungary. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 74.
  • Auer, A., Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) The Fekete-hegy Volcanic Complex - nested maars in the centre of the Bakony- Balaton Highland Volcanic Field. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 41.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) Eruptive mechanism of phreatomagmatic volcanoes from the Pinacate Volcanic Field: comparison between Crater Elegante and Cerro Colorado, Mexico. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 75.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2004) Quaternary phreatomagmatic volcanoes of southern Tenerife, Spain: Montana Pelada tuff ring and Caldera del Rey Maar. In: Németh, K, Matrin, U, Goth, K, & Lexa, J (Eds) Abstract Volume of the Second International Maar Conference 21 - 26. September 2004., Lajosmizse/Kecskemét, Hungary, Occasional Papers of the Geological Institute of Hungary 203: p. 74.
  • Németh, K., Breitkreuz, C. & Wilke H (2004) Block and ash flow and ignimbrite units in association with and arc-related flood lava field, La Negra Formation, Tocopilla, Coastal Cordillera, Northern Chile. GSA Penrose Conference „Neogene – Quaternary continental margin volcanism“ 12 - 17. January 2004., Metepec, Puebla, Mexico: p. 139.
  • Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2003) Erosion, base level change and paleogeomorphology of a Mio/Pliocene maar pitted fluvio-lacustrine basin in western Hungary. Joint meeting of the Deutsche Mineralogische Gesellschaft, the Geologische Vereinigung and the Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft, 22.-25. September 2003., Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany, Beih. z. European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (1): 126.
  • Németh, K., Breitkreuz, C. & Wilke H (2003) Subaqueous emplacement of the initial eruptive products of the Jurassic La Negra intra-arc large igneous province, N. Chile. Joint meeting of the Deutsche Mineralogische Gesellschaft, the Geologische Vereinigung and the Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft, 22.-25. September 2003., Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany, Beih. z. European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (1): 139.
  • Németh, K., Winterlich, L., Korbély, B. & Martin, U. (2003) Sedimentary record of a syn-eruptive remobilization of phreatomagmatic air fall tephra on a steep volcanic flank of a pyroclastic cone, Szigliget, Bakony-Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Hungary. International Association of Sedimentologist 22rd European Regional Meeting, Opatija, Croatia, p.139.
  • Höfer, A., Hesse; K., Gméling, K., Breitkreuz, C., Harangi, Sz., Martin, U. & Németh, K. (2003) Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the Southern Visegrád Mountains (Hungary) on the basis of volcaniclstic facies. International Association of Sedimentologist 22rd European Regional Meeting, Opatija, Croatia, p.80.
  • Németh, K., White, J.D.L., Reay, A. & Martin, U. (2003) Compositional variation during monogenetic volcano growth and its implications for magma supply to continental volcanic fields. International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics 23rd General Assembly, IAVCEI, Sapporo, Japan, Abstracts Week A., p. A.565.
  • Németh, K. & Martin U. (2003) Shallow sub-volcanic sill complexes and intra-crater intrusive processes associated with the Neogene monogenetic phreatomagmatic volcanic fields in the Pannonian Basin (Hungary). International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics 23rd General Assembly, IAVCEI, Sapporo, Japan, Abstracts Week A., p. A.519. Shallow Sill Complex
  • Martin, U., Molnár, F., Németh, K. & Pécskay, Z. (2003) Miocene multiple resurgent caldera system in the Tokaj Mts., Carpathian Volcanic Chain, Hungary. International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics 23rd General Assembly, IAVCEI, Sapporo, Japan, Abstracts Week A., p. A.527. Tokaj Resurgent Caldera
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (2002) Pyroclastic and reworked volcaniclastic sediments preserved in the depositional record of erosional remnants of tuff rings in western Hungary. Abstract Volume of the 7th International Alginite Symposium (Lucenec, Slovak Republic, 19-21 September 2002: p. 81-82
  • Németh, K., Csillag, G. & Martin, U (2002) Reconstruction of Mio/Pliocene landscape evolution in the western Pannonian Basin based on erosion remnants of monogenetic volcanic fields. Workshop on Neotectonics and Landscape Evolution of the Pannonian Basin, Budapest, 27-31 August 2002
  • Németh, K., & White, J.D.L., (2002) Geochemical evolution, vent structures and erosion history of monogenetic volcanoes in the Miocene intracontinental Waipiata Volcanic Field, New Zealand. HIBSCH 2002 Symposium on Earth Sciences, 3 - 8 June 2002, Tepla near Trebenice - Usti nad Labem - Marianske Lazne, Ohre (Eger) Rift region, Czech Republic Abstract Volume: p. 37
  • Németh, K., Martin, U., & Csillag, G., (2002) Erosion rate calculation based on eroded monogenetic alkaline basaltic volcanoes of the Mio/Pliocene Bakony- Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Hungary. HIBSCH 2002 Symposium on Earth Sciences, 3 - 8 June 2002, Tepla near Trebenice - Usti nad Labem - Marianske Lazne, Ohre (Eger) Rift region, Czech Republic Abstract Volume: p. 38. Hibsch BBHVF geomorphology poster
  • Németh, K., Suwesi, Kh.S., Peregi, Zs.,. Gulácsi, Z., & Ujszászi, J., (2002) Plio/Pleistocene scoria and spatter cones, rootless lava flows, and pit craters of violent Hawaiian-style lava fountaining and Strombolian-style explosive eruptions associated with an alkaline basaltic intracontinental fissure eruption, Al Haruj Al Abiyad, central Libya. HIBSCH 2002 Symposium on Earth Sciences, 3 - 8 June 2002, Tepla near Trebenice - Usti nad Labem - Marianske Lazne, Ohre (Eger) Rift region, Czech Republic Abstract Volume: p. 39. Hibsch Libya Poster
  • Martin, U., Auer, A., Németh, K., & Breitkreuz, C. (2002) Mio/Pliocene phreatomagmatic volcanism in the western part of the Pannonian Basin, Hungary. HIBSCH 2002 Symposium on Earth Sciences, 3 - 8 June 2002, Tepla near Trebenice - Usti nad Labem - Marianske Lazne, Ohre (Eger) Rift region, Czech Republic Abstract Volume: p. 40
  • Martin, U & Németh, K. (2002) Magma-wet sediment interaction in a crater lake of a tuff ring, developed in a pyroclsatic mound dammed valley: Kissomlyó volcano (western Hungary). American Geophysical Union, Chapman Conference on “Explosive subaqueous volcanism”, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 21-25 January 2002. AGU Chapman Kissomlyo
  • Németh, K., Martin, U. & Csillag, G. (2001) Calculations on erosion of Pliocene monogenetic volcanoes of the Bakony- Balaton Highland (Pannonian Basin, Hungary). Stephan Mueller Topical Conference of the European Geophysical Society, Balatonfüred, Hungary, 18 – 22 September 2001
  • Németh, K. (2000) Long-term relative erosion-rate calculation methods based on erosion remnants of monogenetic alkaline basaltic volcanoes of the Waipiata Volcanic Field, Central Otago, New Zealand. Association of Australia New Zealand Geomorphologists General Meeting, Wanaka, New Zealand, 18-22 December 2000.
  • Németh, K. (1999) Near vent and vent filling pyroclastic breccia deposits of an eroded tuff ring complex from the Pigroot Hill area, Central Otago, New Zealand. IUGG ‘99, University of Birmingham, UK, 18-31 July 1999. IUGG Pigroot Hill Otago
  • Martin, U & Németh, K. (1999) On the formation of spindle bombs in a submarine vent at Boulder Beach, Dunedin Volcanic Complex, New Zealand. IUGG ‘99, University of Birmingham, UK, 18-31 July 1999.
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (1999) Volcanic glass study of volcaniclastic deposits of Tihany-type and normal maar volcanoes from the Bakony-Balaton Highland Volcanic Field (BBHVF), Hungary. IUGG ‘99, University of Birmingham, UK, 18-31 July 1999. IUGG BBHVF Glass.pdf
  • Németh, K. (1999) Distal phreatomagmatic lithofacies associated with a tuff ring complex around Pigroot Hill (Central Otago, New Zealand). Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Conference, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 28 November – 2 December 1999. GSNZ Red Cutting Summit poster
  • Karátson, D., Németh, K., Józsa, S. & Borbély, E. (1999) An ancient debris avalanche initiated the river loop? The mystery of the Danube Bend, Hungary. European Union of Geosciences Conference, Strasbourg, France, April 1999, p. 320
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (1998) Small-volume basaltic pyroclastic flow deposit related to phreatomagmatic explosive centers at the Fekete-hegy Volcano, Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Hungary. Carpathian-Balkan Geological Association XVI Congress, Vienna, Austria, 30 August – 2 September 1998.
  • Németh, K. & Martin, U. (1998) Groundwater and gas rich magma controlled phreatomagmatic (maar/diatreme) volcanism in the Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Pannonian Basin, Hungary. International Volcanological Congress, Cape Town, RSA, 12 – 18 July 1998. Poster BBHVF
  • Németh, K. & Szabó, Cs. (1998) Peridotite xenolith bearing Strombolian scoria, Hawaiian spatter cones and diatremes at the Füzes tó region in the Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Pannonian Basin, Hungary. International Volcanological Congress, Cape Town, RSA, 12 – 18 July 1998.
  • Németh, K., Csillag, G. & Kiss, J. (1997) Strombolian and phreatomagmatic deposits of the western part of the Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Central Pannonian Basin, Hungary: a complex interaction between external water, wet, unconsolidated sediments and rising basaltic magma. IX. Meeting of European Union of Geosciences, Strasbourg, France. EUG Abstract
  • Németh, K., Martin, U., & White, J.D.L. (1997) Phreatomagmatic and Strombolian pyroclastic deposits at Longland Station, Central Otago, New Zealand. Geological Society of New Zealand, Annual Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 25 – 29 November 1997.
  • Harangi, Sz., Németh, K. & Balogh, K. (1995) Volcanology and chronology of the Tihany Volcano, Balaton Uplands (Pannonian Basin, Hungary). Romanian Journal of Stratigraphy, 76 (7): (10th RCMNS Congress, Bucharest), 19-21.
  • Bada, G., Knibbe, F.J., Nagtegaal, J. & Németh, K. (1993) Tertiary evolution of the stress field in the Gerecse Mts., N. Hungary with implications for the dynamics of the Pannonian Basin. VII. Meeting of European Union of Geosciences, Strasbourg, France, p.214
  • Németh, K., Kovács, R. & Bada, G. (1993) Pliocene basalt tuffs in the Tihany Peninsula, Lake Balaton, Hungary: a volcano-sedimentological study. VII. Meeting of European Unicon of Geosciences, Strasbourg, France, p.534-53.

Photos

Karoly Nemeth
In front of one of the many composite volcanoes of the Altiplano in northern Chile.
Karoly Nemeth
Resting on a few hundreds of years old Yareta (Llareta) plant (Azorella compacta, also known as Azorella yareta) during field work in the Altiplano, northern Chile, near Tatia Geyser Field.