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Categories (number of entries in parentheses):

  1. Atmospheric effects (1)
  2. Effusive volcanism (1)
  3. Explosive volcanism (2)
  4. Field relationships (2)
  5. Igneous geochemistry (1)
  6. Igneous petrology (1)
  7. Magma migration and fragmentation (2)
  8. Volcanic gases (1)
  9. Volcanoclastic deposits (3)

 

1. Atmospheric effects


1.1.Title: The 79 AD eruption of Somma: The relationship between the date of the eruption and the southeast tephra dispersion
Authors: Rolandi, G., Paone, A., Di Lascio, M. and Stefani, G.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 169(1-2), 87-98, 2008
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2. Effusive volcanism


2.1.Title: Olivine-hosted glass inclusions from Scoriae erupted in 1954-2000 at Mount Cameroon volcano, West Africa
Authors: Suh, C.E., Luhr, J.F. and Njome, M.S.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 169(1-2), 1-33, 2008
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3. Explosive volcanism


3.1.Title: The role of phreatomagmatism in a Plio-Pleistocene high-density scoria cone field: Llancanelo Volcanic Field (Mendoza), Argentina
Authors: Risso, C., Nemeth, K., Combina, A. M., Nullo, F. and Drosina, M.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 169(1-2), 61-86, 2008
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3.2.Title: "Snake River (SR)-type" volcanism at the Yellowstone hotspot track: distinctive products from unusual, high-temperature silicic super-eruptions
Authors: Branney, M., Bonnichsen, B., Andrews, G., Ellis, B., Barry, T., et al.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 293-314, 2008
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4. Field relationships


4.1.Title: Large-scale silicic alkalic magmatism associated with the Buckhorn Caldera, Trans-Pecos Texas, USA: comparison with Pantelleria, Italy
Authors: Parker, D. and White, J.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 403-415, 2008
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4.2.Title: Diverse mid-Miocene silicic volcanism associated with the Yellowstone-Newberry thermal anomaly
Authors: Brueseke, M., Hart, W. and Heizler, M.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 343-360, 2008
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5. Igneous geochemistry


5.1.Title: Genesis of post-hotspot, A-type rhyolite of the Eastern Snake River Plain volcanic field by extreme fractional crystallization of olivine tholeiite
Authors: McCurry, M., Hayden, K., Morse, L. and Mertzman, S.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 361-383, 2008
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6. Igneous petrology


6.1.Title: Can crystallization of olivine tholeiite give rise to potassic rhyolites? - an experimental investigation
Authors: Whitaker, M., Nekvasil, H., Lindsley, D. and McCurry, M.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 417-434, 2008
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7. Magma migration and fragmentation


7.1.Title: Transition between fragmentation and permeable outgassing of low viscosity magmas
Authors: Namiki, A. and Manga, M.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 169(1-2), 48-60, 2008
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7.2.Title: Phenocryst-poor rhyolites of bimodal, tholeiitic provinces: the Rattlesnake Tuff and implications for mush extraction models
Authors: Streck, M. and Grunder, A.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 385-401, 2008
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8. Volcanic gases


8.1.Title: Investigation of at-vent dynamics and dilution using thermal infrared radiometers at Masaya volcano, Nicaragua
Authors: Branan, Y. K., Harris, A., Watson, I. M., Phillips, J.C., Horton, K., et al.
Reference: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 169(1-2), 34-47, 2008
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9. Volcanoclastic deposits


9.1.Title: Rhyolitic ignimbrites in the Rogerson Graben, southern Snake River Plain volcanic province: volcanic stratigraphy, eruption history and basin evolution
Authors: Andrews, G., Branney, M., Bonnichsen, B. and McCurry, M.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 269-291, 2008
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9.2.Title: Contrasting origins of Cenozoic silicic volcanic rocks from the western Cordillera of the United States
Authors: Christiansen, E. and McCurry, M.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 251-267, 2008
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9.3.Title: Miocene silicic volcanism in southwestern Idaho: geochronology, geochemistry, and evolution of the central Snake River Plain
Authors: Bonnichsen, B., Leeman, W., Honjo, N., McIntosh, W. and Godchaux, M.
Reference: Bulletin of Volcanology, 70(3), 315-342, 2008
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