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Quantitative Characterization of Billowed Structures Along the Margins of Basaltic Intrusions to Determine Process and Timing of Formation: Case Studies from Big Bend National Park, Texas and 71 Gulch, Idaho
By constraining the conditions in which billowed structures form, the conditions of explosive vs. non-explosive magma-water interaction can be further revealed, improving our understanding of how magma propagates and ...
The Influence of Regional Stress and Structural Control Over the Shape of Maar Craters
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2018)
This study aims to gain a better understanding of the factors leading to the expressed shape of individual maars in volcanic fields. Maars are volcanic features produced by phreatomagmatic eruptions which excavate a ...