3 edition of Emplacement of Silicic Domes and Lava Flows found in the catalog.
Geological Society of AmericaSpecial Paper
|Statement||Geological Society of Amer|
|Publishers||Geological Society of Amer|
|LC Classifications||May 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
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Recovering mineral resources found in lava flows and domes also requires an understanding of their emplacement. The IUGG Symposium consisted of two lecture sessions, a poster session, and two discussion periods, and had 22 participants. This information can then be used to constrain processes occurring in the concealed conduits, dikes, and chambers that feed flows and domes on the surface.
Scientists and government agencies seek to more effectively predict the hazards associated with active lavas. In both cases, emphasis was placed on the physical and mechanical rather than chemical aspects of lava flow.
From a more theoretical standpoint, petrologists view lava studies as a way to directly observe the rheologic consequences of mixing crystals, bubbles, and solid blocks of country rock with silicate liquids.
Book Title Lava Flows and Domes Book Subtitle Emplacement Mechanisms and Hazard Implications Editors• Fink Series Title Series Volume 2 Copyright 1990 Publisher Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg Copyright Holder Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg eBook ISBN 978-3-642-74379-5 DOI 10.
The motivation for studying lava flow mechanics is both practical and scientific.
Scientists and government agencies seek to more effectively predict the hazards associated with active lavas.
Book Title Lava Flows and Domes Book Subtitle Emplacement Mechanisms and Hazard Implications Editors•.