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#geoubcsic Corrigendum to “The rheology of crystal-bearing basaltic magmas from Stromboli and Etna” [Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 75 (2011) 3214–3236]. Vona, A; Romano, C; Dingwell, DB; Giordano, D. GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA V.136:266-266. [2014].

#geoubcsic Corrigendum to “The rheology of crystal-bearing basaltic magmas from Stromboli and Etna” [Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 75 (2011) 3214–3236]. Vona, A; Romano, C; Dingwell, DB; Giordano, D. GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA V.136:266-266. [2014].

#geoubcsic Hyaloclastite fragmentation below the glass transition: An example from El Barronal submarine volcanic complex (Spain). Porreca, M; Cifelli, F; Soriano, C; Giordano, G; Romano, C; Conticelli, S; Mattei, M. GEOLOGY V.42(1):87-90. [2014]. Submarine felsic volcanoes are dominated by hyaloclastic piles hundreds of meters thick, the origin of which, in terms of how and when they form, is far from being completely understood. Here we present a study of the thermal remanent…

#geoubcsic Hyaloclastite fragmentation below the glass transition: An example from El Barronal submarine volcanic complex (Spain). Porreca, M; Cifelli, F; Soriano, C; Giordano, G; Romano, C; Conticelli, S; Mattei, M. GEOLOGY V.42(1):87-90. [2014]. Submarine felsic volcanoes are dominated by hyaloclastic piles hundreds of meters thick, the origin of which, in terms of how and when they form, is far from being completely understood. Here we present a study of the thermal remanent…

#geoubcsic Determining gypsum growth temperatures using monophase fluid inclusions-Application to the giant gypsum crystals of Naica, Mexico: Reply. Kruger, Y; Garcia-Ruiz, JM; Canals, A; Marti, D; Frenz, M; Van Driessche, AES. GEOLOGY V.41:(12):E306-E306. [2013]. Knowing that gypsum is not an ideal host mineral for fluid inclusion studies due to the ease of deformation and perfect cleavage along {010}, the aim of our study (Krüger et al., 2013) was to test the applicability of fluid...

#geoubcsic Determining gypsum growth temperatures using monophase fluid inclusions-Application to the giant gypsum crystals of Naica, Mexico: Reply. Kruger, Y; Garcia-Ruiz, JM; Canals, A; Marti, D; Frenz, M; Van Driessche, AES. GEOLOGY V.41:(12):E306-E306. [2013]. Knowing that gypsum is not an ideal host mineral for fluid inclusion studies due to the ease of deformation and perfect cleavage along {010}, the aim of our study (Krüger et al., 2013) was to test the applicability of fluid...

#geoubcsic Determining gypsum growth temperatures using monophase fluid inclusions-Application to the giant gypsum crystals of Naica, Mexico. Kruger, Y; Garcia-Ruiz, JM; Canals, A; Marti, D; Frenz, M; Van Driessche, AES. GEOLOGY V.41(2):119-122. [2013]. Determining the formation temperature of minerals using fluid inclusions is a crucial step in understanding rock-forming scenarios. Unfortunately, fluid inclusions in minerals formed at low temperature, such as gypsum, are commonly in a...

#geoubcsic Determining gypsum growth temperatures using monophase fluid inclusions-Application to the giant gypsum crystals of Naica, Mexico. Kruger, Y; Garcia-Ruiz, JM; Canals, A; Marti, D; Frenz, M; Van Driessche, AES. GEOLOGY V.41(2):119-122. [2013]. Determining the formation temperature of minerals using fluid inclusions is a crucial step in understanding rock-forming scenarios. Unfortunately, fluid inclusions in minerals formed at low temperature, such as gypsum, are commonly in a...

#geoubcsic DInSAR Coseismic Deformation of the May 2011 M-w 5.1 Lorca Earthquake (southeastern Spain). Frontera, T; Concha, A; Blanco, P; Echeverria, A; Goula, X; Arbiol, R; Khazaradze, G; Perez, F; Surinach, E. SOLID EARTH V.3(1):111-119. [2012]. The coseismic superficial deformation at the region of Lorca (Murcia, southeastern Spain) due to the Mw 5.1 earthquake on 11 May 2011 was characterized by a multidisciplinary team, integrating information from DInSAR, GPS and numerical modelling...

#geoubcsic DInSAR Coseismic Deformation of the May 2011 M-w 5.1 Lorca Earthquake (southeastern Spain). Frontera, T; Concha, A; Blanco, P; Echeverria, A; Goula, X; Arbiol, R; Khazaradze, G; Perez, F; Surinach, E. SOLID EARTH V.3(1):111-119. [2012]. The coseismic superficial deformation at the region of Lorca (Murcia, southeastern Spain) due to the Mw 5.1 earthquake on 11 May 2011 was characterized by a multidisciplinary team, integrating information from DInSAR, GPS and numerical modelling...

#geoubcsic From submarine continental accretion to arc-continent orogenic evolution: The thermal record in southern Taiwan. Mesalles, L; Mouthereau, F; Bernet, M; Chang, CP; Lin, ATS; Fillon, C; Sengelen, X. GEOLOGY V.42(10):907-910. [2014]. Constraining the timing of initial collision is critical for understanding how long-term plate convergence is accommodated at collisional plate boundaries. Reevaluation of the age of collision from orogenic thermal evolution requires distinguishing…

#geoubcsic From submarine continental accretion to arc-continent orogenic evolution: The thermal record in southern Taiwan. Mesalles, L; Mouthereau, F; Bernet, M; Chang, CP; Lin, ATS; Fillon, C; Sengelen, X. GEOLOGY V.42(10):907-910. [2014]. Constraining the timing of initial collision is critical for understanding how long-term plate convergence is accommodated at collisional plate boundaries. Reevaluation of the age of collision from orogenic thermal evolution requires distinguishing…

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