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By Kenji Satake

This quantity thirteen covers, The foreign Laser Ranging carrier (Pearlman et al.); Numerical Modeling of the 2006 Java Tsunami Earthquake (Hanifa et al.); and Statistical houses and Time pattern within the variety of Holocene Volcanic Eruptions. (Zemtsov & Tron).

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However, it is difficult to distinguish the geochemical and (particularly) isotopic systematics associated with partial melting models for rhyolite genesis from those generated simply by fractional crystallization given that both processes are likely to produce similar effects. FA December 10, 2008 15:45 AOGS 2007 - SE Volume 50 9in x 6in b672-V13-ch04 N. Hoang et al. 714, Sr = 85 ppm, SiO2 = 71wt%)5,35 showed that mixing of 7%–10% sediment could explain the complete Sr isotopic range of andesite, dacite, and rhyolite from the Arita–Imari area (Fig.

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6(a) and 7(b)). Besides indicating the possible assimilation of HFSE-depleted crustal of material at shallow levels, their geochemical and isotopic signatures may also reflect source mantle characteristics. 2. Effects of assimilation–fractional crystallization While some of the intermediate to acidic lavas may be derivatives of parental mafic magmas via one or several intracrustal fractionation processes, the mantle-derived basalts described above are unlikely to be parental to the calcalkaline andesites, dacites, or rhyolites, given the significant differences in their incompatible trace element (Figs.

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