Volcanic Hazards in Central America, Τεύχος 412

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William Ingersoll Rose
Geological Society of America, 1 Ιαν 2006 - 286 σελίδες
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"This volume is a sampling of current scientific work about volcanoes in Central America with specific application to hazards. The papers reflect a variety of international and interdisciplinary collaborations and employ new methods. The book will be of interest to a broad cross section of scientists, especially volcanologists. The volume also will interest students who aspire to work in the field of volcano hazards mitigation or who may want to work in one of Earth's most volcanically active areas."--Publisher's website.
 

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and associated hazards
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Origin of the modern Chiapanecan Volcanic arc in southern México inferred from thermal models
27
Geological evolution of the Tacaná Volcanic Complex MéxicoGuatemala
39
Insights into regional hydrothermal activity and implications for volcano monitoring
59
Downstream aggradation owing to lava dome extrusion and rainfall runoff at Volcán Santiaguito Guatemala
85
Constraining their sources
105
The role of crustal contamination
121
Past present and future
141
A guide for assessing local volcanic hazards
167
Stratigraphy and hazard assessment
189
A basaltic Plinian eruption in Nicaragua
209
Tephra deposits for the past 2600 years from Irazú volcano Costa Rica
225
The eruptive history of Turrialba volcano Costa Rica and potential hazards from future eruptions
235
Alternation and mixing of two magma batches and pervasive mixing
259
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Σελίδα 276 - York, D.. 1969, Least squares fitting of a straight line with correlated errors: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v.

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