Volume 69 Of Reviews In Mineralogy And Geochemistry Covers The Fundamental Issues Of Volcanology At What Depths Are Eruptions Triggered, And Over What Time Scales Where And Why Do Magmas Coalesce Before Ascent If Magmas Stagnate For Thousands Of Years, What Forces Are Responsible For Initiating Final Ascent, Or The Degassing Processes That Accelerate Upward Motion To The Extent That We Can Answer These Questions, We Move Towards Formulating Tests Of Mechanistic Models Of Volcanic Eruptions E.g., Wilson, 1980 Slezin, 2003 Scandone Et Al., 2007 , And Hypotheses Of The Tectonic Controls On Magma Transport E.g., Ten Brink And Brocher, 1987 Takada, 1994 Putirka And Busby, 2007 Our Goal, In Part, Is To Review How Minerals Can Be Used To Understand Volcanic Systems And The Processes That Shape Them We Also Hope That This Work Will Spur New And Integrated Studies Of Volcanic Systems.
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- 688 pages
- Minerals, Inclusions and Volcanic Processes
- Keith D Putirka
- 12 May 2017 Keith D Putirka