2 edition of Calc-alkaline lavas from the volcanic complex of Santorini, Aegean Sea, Greece found in the catalog.
Calc-alkaline lavas from the volcanic complex of Santorini, Aegean Sea, Greece
Jozef Peter Paul Huijsmans
by Instituut voor Aardwerenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht in [Utrecht
Written in English
|Other titles||Kalk-alkalische lavas van het vulkanische complex van Santorini, Aegeïsche Zee, Griekenland.|
|Statement||door Jozef Peter Paul Huijsmans.|
|Series||Geologica Ultraiectina ;, no. 41|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .G1342 no. 41, QE462.A4 .G1342 no. 41|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||316 p. :|
|Number of Pages||316|
|LC Control Number||91135070|
Over the last decades, an impressive body of work has ac-cumulated on the characterization of magma mainly through:(1) high-precision, high-resolution geochemical work [with ever more powerful instruments, including the atom-probe, e.g., Valley et al. () and nanoSIMS in the recent past; e.g., Eiler et al. (); Till et al. ()], and (2) experimental petrology (e.g., phase Cited by: The main target of this study is to compare the new 3D anelastic attenuation model for the upper mantle of the southern Aegean Sea subduction area (Ventouzi et al., ) with the Ground Motion Prediction Equations, GMPEs (Skarlatoudis et al., ) and to employ this model into the stochastic simulation approach developed by Kkallas et al.
During the period to , the large number of papers, books, and monographs published on the petrology and geochemistry of igneous rocks reflects the vitality and continued growth of this central earth science discipline. While an attempt has been made to prepare a reasonably complete bibliography, the accompanying text, of necessity, reflects a subjective selection of topics. If some. The Sithonia plutonic complex (Chalkidiki, N. Greece): an example of interplay between geochemistry and magma dynamics during magma interaction. Book of abstracts, Neogen Magmatism of the Central Aegean and Adjacent Areas, Milos, Greece,
Blakesley, Misty, and Friedland, David, , Adventure atlas: Outside, v. 26, n. 11, p. 62, 1 sheet, scale unknown. Volcano - Free download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.
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Geochemistry and evolution of the calc-alkaline volcanic complex of Santorini, Aegean Sea, Greece. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., Volcanic activity on Santorini started in Upper Pliocene times and is still in progress (the last eruption occurred in ).Cited by: Post-caldera dacites from the Santorini volcanic complex, Aegean Sea, Greece: an example of the eruption of lavas of near-constant compositions over a 2, year period.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrol –Cited by: Barton, M., et al. () "Post-caldera dacites from the Santorini volcanic complex, Aegean Sea, Greece; an example of the eruption of lavas of near-constant composition over a 2, years period." CONTRIBUTIONS TO MINERALOGY AND PETROLOGY, Vol.
94, No. 4, p. Barton M, Huijsmanns JPP () Post-caldera dacites from the Santorini volcanic complex, Aegean Sea, Greece: an example of the eruption of lavas of near-constant composition over a 2, year period. Contrib Mineral Petrol – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. In this paper plagioclase phenocrysts in lavas from the island Nea Kameni of the Santorini volcanic complex (Aegean Sea, Greece) have been studied using Nomarski imaging and detailed electron.
The post-caldera Kameni islands of the Santorini volcanic complex, Aegean Sea, Greece are entirely volcanic and were formed by eleven eruptions between B.C. and Petrographic, mineral chemical and whole-rock major and trace element data are presented for samples of lava collected from the products of seven eruptive cycles which span Cited by: The island of Kimolos, located in the western Kiklades in Greece, constitutes together with Milos, Polyaegos, Anafi and the Santorini island group the central part of the South Aegean Volcanic Arc.
MARINE GEOLOGY ELSEVIER Marine Geology () The Santorini volcanic complex and its relation to the stratigraphy and structure of the Aegean arc, Greece C. Perissoratis Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration, 70 Messoghion Street, Athens, Greece Received 30 March ; revision accepted 17 May Abstract The Santormi complex is the most active volcano of the southern Cited by: Figure 3: The Santorini Island Complex: Thira, Thirasia, Aspronisi, Palea Kameni and Nea Kameni.
THE CALDERA OF SANTORINI The Santorini Caldera is the youngest active volcanic complex in Greece. It is located on the active front of the previously mentioned Aegean Arc and is formed by five islands of different characteristics (Figure 3).
The petrology and mineralogy of the Tertiary volcanic rocks from Samothraki island have been discussed by Eleftheriadis et al.
(,), Vlahou et al. (), and Vlahou (), so in this article only a brief summary is presented. Based on geological, petrological, and geochemical observations, eight units were identified, comprising. Kimolos and Polyegos volcanoes are part of the Milos volcanic field in the South Aegean active arc, Greece (Figs.
1 and 2).The South Aegean arc extends from Susaki in the northwest to Nisyros Island in the east and forms a typical calc-alkaline association, situated above a Benioff zone located ∼– km below the arc (e.g., Innocenti et al., ; Manetti, ; Pe-Piper and Piper, ). Greece presently has four volcanic centers considered to have erupted in the last ~ years: Santorini (last in ), Nisyros (in ), Milos (in ), and Methana ( BC).
These form the backbone of the Aegean Active Volcanic Arc. A blast from Santorini some years ago is believed to have wiped out the Minoan civilization. Volcanic rocks from the region of Volos correspond to small scattered outcrops with an age range from to Ma [21,29].
Their formation was attributed to Pleistocene back-arc extension in Author: Nikolaos Koukouzas, Petros Koutsovitis, Pavlos Tyrologou, Christos Karkalis, Apostolos Arvanitis. Magnetite is a widespread mineral, as disseminated or massive ore.
Representative magnetite samples separated from various geotectonic settings and rock-types, such as calc-alkaline and ophiolitic rocks, porphyry-Cu deposit, skarn-type, ultramafic lavas, black coastal sands, and metamorphosed Fe–Ni-laterites deposits, were investigated using SEM/EDS and ICP-MS : Demetrios G.
Eliopoulos, Maria Economou-Eliopoulos.  Zellmer G.F., Turner S.P., Arc dacite genesis pathways: Evidence from mafic enclaves and their hosts in Aegean lavas, Lit–  Allen S.R., McPhie J., Water-settling and resed-imentation of submarine rhyolitic pumice at Yali, eastern Aegean, Greece, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Resea–Author: Olivier Bachmann.
The geochemical evolution of Erciyes volcanic complex also exhibits three distinct evolutionary stages: (1) Koçdağ alkaline volcanism, (2) Koçdağ calc-alkaline volcanism and (3) Erciyes calc-alkaline volcanism.
The volcanic rocks from both suites show enrichments in LREE relative to HREE. The rocks as a whole show. VOLSAM - Volcanism of the Southern Aegean in the frame of the broader Medi terra nean area, OctoberSantorini Island, Greece.
Chailas S., Tzanis A., Lagios E. Internal structure of the Santorini Volcanic Complex determined by interpretation of gravity and magnetotelluric data. South Aegean Volcanic Arc (SAVA), which extends from Soussaki, near Athens, in the west to Nysiros Island in south-eastern Aegean Sea, Greece (Fig.
The volcanic arc is punctuated by several islands. The island of Santorini, situated ca. km east of Milos, is the best known place of the arc because of the intense volcanic activity and its. Early Miocene (ca. Ma) volcanic activity in the Kulu (Konya)-Haymana (Ankara) area produced a series of lavas and pyroclastic deposits with calc-alkaline and mildly alkaline affinities.
The volcanic products display a broad range of compositions from basic to acidic ( SiO 2 wt%). The 218 ± 04 ka, >10 km 3 Cape Riva caldera-forming silicic eruption of Santorini, Greece was preceded, from 39 to 25 ka, by a period of relatively low eruptive flux (Cited by: 6.
Southwest of the Vatnajokull Ice Sheet, near a smaller one called the Torfajokull is the well known Hekla volcano, and under the Vatnajokull itself, is Bardabunga and Grimsvotn which have been erupting recently. South of Hekla between Vatnajokull and the smaller Myrdallsjokull are the two well known rift zones of Laki and Eldgja which lie parallel.
In Laki poured out sq miles of lava.The dormant Quaternary Santorini Volcano lying in the centre of the S. Aegean continental calc-alkaline volcanic arc developed within a N.E.-S.W.
fracture zone sited within an .Geochemical and micropaleontological investigations of tsunamigenic layers along the Thracian Coast (Northern Aegean Sea, Greece). Zeitschrift für Geomorpholo Suppl. 4, 5– Wiatr Τ., Reicherter Κ., Papanikolaou Ι., Fernández-Steeger Τ., Mason J.
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