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Chronology and dynamics of a large silicic magmatic system: Central Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
The central Taupo Volcanic Zone in New Zealand is a region of intense Quaternary silicic volcanism accompanying rapid extension of continental crust. At least 34 caldera-forming ignimbrite eruptions
The Bishop Tuff: New Insights From Eruptive Stratigraphy
The 0.76 Ma Bishop Tuff, from Long Valley caldera in eastern California, consists of a widespread fall deposit and voluminous partly welded ignimbrite. The fall deposit (F), exposed over an easterly
Magma Generation at a Large, Hyperactive Silicic Volcano (Taupo, New Zealand) Revealed by U–Th and U–Pb Systematics in Zircons
Young (<65 ka) explosive silicic volcanism at Taupo volcano, New Zealand, has involved the development and evacuation of several crustal magmatic systems. Up to and including the 26·5 ka 530 km3
Stratigraphy, chronology, styles and dynamics of late Quaternary eruptions from Taupo volcano, New Zealand
  • C. Wilson
  • Geology
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society…
  • 15 May 1993
Taupo volcano is the southerly of two dormant caldera volcanoes in the rhyolite-dominated central portion of the Taupo Volcanic Zone in the North Island of New Zealand. Taupo has an average magma
40Ar/39Ar ages of silicic volcanic rocks in the Tauranga‐Kaimai area, New Zealand: Dating the transition between volcanism in the Coromandel Arc and the Taupo Volcanic Zone
Abstract Subduction‐related volcanism in the northern part of the North Island of New Zealand shifted abruptly during the late Pliocene. This study focuses on the transition, in time and space, from
A vesicularity index for pyroclastic deposits
The vesicularity of juvenile clasts in pyroclastic deposits gives information on the relative timing of vesiculation and fragmentation, and on the role of magmatic volatiles versus external water in
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