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Textural evidence for dilatant (shear thickening) rheology of magma at high crystal concentrations
Reactivation of basement faults beneath volcanoes: a new model of flank collapse
Vidal, N.; Merle, O.
The major- and trace-element and isotope (Sr, Nd, O) geochemistry of Cenozoic alkaline rift-type volcanic rocks from the Rhon area (central Germany): petrology, mantle source characteristics and implications for asthenosphere-lithosphere interactions
Jung, S.; Hoernes, S.
The Whitsunday Volcanic Province, Central Queensland, Australia: lithological and stratigraphic investigations of a silicic-dominated large igneous province
Bryan, S.E.; Ewart, A.; Stephens, C.J.; Parianos, J.; Downes, P.J.
Facies architecture of a silicic intrusion-dominated volcanic centre at Highway-Reward, Queensland, Australia
Doyle, M.G.; McPhie, J.
The magmatic evolution of the Snaefell volcanic centre; an example of volcanism during incipient rifting in Iceland
Hards, V.L.; Kempton, P.D.; Thompson, R.N.; Greenwood, P.B.
Temporal geochemical variations in volatile emissions from Mount St. Helens, USA, 1980-1994
Shevenell, L.; Goff, F.
Earthquake-induced variations in the composition of the water in the geothermal reservoir at Vulcano Island, Italy
Chemical and isotopical characterisation of fluid manifestations of Ischia Island (Italy)
Inguaggiato, S.; Pecoraino, G.; D'Amore, F.
F-phlogopites in the Alban Hills Volcanic District (Central Italy): indications regarding the role of volatiles in magmatic crystallisation
Gaeta, M.; Fabrizio, G.; Cavarretta, G.
The Minoan and post-Minoan eruptions, Santorini (Greece), in the light of melt inclusions: chlorine and sulphur behaviour
Michaud, V.; Clocchiatti, R.; Sbrana, S.
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