With the erupting phase of La Soufriere volcano now said to be over, scientists will focus their attention on aerial re-mapping.
So says lead monitoring scientist Professor Richard Robertson on radio yesterday.
According to Dr. Robertson he will spend less time giving updates on radio as there will be nothing new to report daily, since the volcano has basically gone quiet. Dr. Robertson outlined some areas of work he and his team will be concentrating on over the next few weeks.
The lead scientist said the remapping of the volcano will not only help the Belmont Observatory but the government when making decisions.
Dr. Robertson is also the consultant working with the team that will map volcano hazard areas which will make some areas inhabitable.