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A tale of two magmas, Fuego, Guatemala

Abstract:

Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted in 1974 in a basaltic sub-Plinian event, which has been well documented and studied. In 1999, after a period of quiescence lasting 20 years, Fuego erupted again, this time less violently, but with persistent low-level activity. This study investigates the link between these episodes. Previous melt inclusion studies have shown magma erupted in 1974 to have been a volatile-rich hybrid tapped from a vertically extensive system. By contrast, magma erupted in 199...

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10.1007/s00445-011-0530-8

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Journal:
Bulletin of Volcanology
Volume:
74
Issue:
2
Pages:
377-390
Publication date:
2012-03-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1432-0819
ISSN:
0258-8900
URN:
uuid:07a43abb-4b53-480f-8733-83d4da561020
Source identifiers:
320604
Local pid:
pubs:320604

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