Magma degassing and fragmentation in subglacial eruptions

Owen, Jacqueline and Tuffen, Hugh (2016) Magma degassing and fragmentation in subglacial eruptions. In: Lancaster volcano-ice gathering, 2016-03-102016-03-11, LEC, Lancaster University. (Unpublished)

Full text not available from this repository.

Abstract

Magma degassing and fragmentation control hazardous tephra production in glaciovolcanic eruptions, and strongly influence the generation of meltwater. Characterisation of volatile species in eruptive products allows reconstruction of degassing systematics, and magmatic textures provide insight into fragmentation mechanisms and interactions with external water. In this session we will describe the methods used to quantify volatile species concentrations and magmatic textures, and use Icelandic case studies to examine how results can be used to constrain eruptive controls, quenching pressures, and interactions with meltwater.

Item Type:
Contribution to Conference (Other)
Journal or Publication Title:
Lancaster volcano-ice gathering
Subjects:
ID Code:
79796
Deposited By:
Deposited On:
01 Jun 2016 10:48
Refereed?:
No
Published?:
Unpublished
Last Modified:
23 Apr 2020 23:33