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1] Airborne volcanic ash poses a significant danger to aircraft, but is difficult to quantify accurately using satellite data, while sulphur dioxide is much easier to detect accurately, but is much less of a direct hazard to aviation. This paper investigates the reliability of using SO 2 as a proxy for the location of volcanic ash, using an SO 2 retrieval from the Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer (IASI) and ash detections from IASI and the Advanced Along Track Scanning Radiometerdoi:10.1002/jgrd.50505 fatcat:ni3wtmnxjbhnjeqs3ddqeb2p7m