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Cenozoic volcanism II: the Canary Islands
The Canarian archipelago comprises seven main volcanic islands and several islets that form a chain extending for c. 500 km across the eastern Atlantic, with its eastern edge only 100 km from the NWExpand
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The Holocene volcanic history of Gran Canaria island: implications for volcanic hazards
Previous published data, combined with our results of 13 new radiocarbon ages and extensive geological fieldwork, indicate that during the past 11 ka 24 monogenetic basaltic eruptions occurred in theExpand
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Volcanoestratigrafía del grupo Roque Nublo (Gran Canaria)
EL GRUPO ROQUE NUBLO (GRN) COMPRENDE UN CONJUNTO DE MATERIALES LAVICOS Y PIROCLASTICOS QUE AFLORAN PRINCIPALMENTE EN EL CENTRO Y NORESTE DE GRAN CANARIA. LOS MATERIALES SE EMITIERON DURANTE ELExpand
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Volcanic History and Stratigraphy of the Teide Volcanic Complex
The Teide Volcanic Complex, comprising the Teide and Pico Viejo stratocones and the recent eruptives of the Northwest and Northeast rift zones, are a product of the latest eruptive cycle of theExpand
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Numerical modelling of the tsunami triggered by the Güìmar debris avalanche, Tenerife (Canary Islands): Comparison with field-based data
Abstract Some tsunami deposits have been previously identified 41–188 m asl in the Agaete Valley on the northwest coast of the island of Gran Canaria, in the Canary Islands. In this paper, the GuimarExpand
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Holocene geomagnetic field intensity variations: Contribution from the low latitude Canary Islands site
Abstract New absolute paleomagnetic intensity (PI) are investigated from 37 lava flows located at Tenerife and Gran Canaria (Canary Islands). They complete previously published directional resultsExpand
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The Plio-Quaternary magmatic feeding system beneath Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain): constraints from thermobarometric studies
Abstract: A complete framework of chronostratigraphic, petrographic, geochemical and thermobarometric data allows a reinterpretation of the evolution of the Plio-Quaternary volcanism in Gran Canaria.Expand
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La Gea : Análisis de una isla en estado post-erosivo de desarrollo
La isla de Fuerteventura tiene una fuerte personalidad geológica en el conjunto de las islas Canarias. Sus rasgos geológicos más definidos están en clara relación con el hecho de que es la primeraExpand
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Small-scale mantle heterogeneity on the source of the Gran Canaria (Canary Islands) Pliocene–Quaternary magmas
Abstract New chemical and Sr–Nd–Pb isotopic data of the Plio-Quaternary mafic lavas of Gran Canaria are used to investigate their mantle source composition. The most prominent aspects of the newExpand
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