An isobaric–isenthalpic magma mixing model for the Hasan Dagi volcano, Central Anatolia, Turkey

@article{Dogan2008AnIM,
  title={An isobaric–isenthalpic magma mixing model for the Hasan Dagi volcano, Central Anatolia, Turkey},
  author={Ahmet Umran Dogan and Meral Doğan and Attila I. Kilinc and Darren R. Locke},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2008},
  volume={70},
  pages={797-804}
}
Calc-alkaline rocks of the Hasan Dagi volcano (Central Anatolia, Turkey) are products of arc volcanism triggered by continental collision. Volcanic rocks of the Hasan Dagi range in composition from basalt to rhyolite but are dominated by andesite and dacite. Considering only the mass transfer part of the process leads to an incomplete picture of magma chamber processes. The exclusion of simultaneous calculations of heat and mass transfer between mixing magmas, however, has prevented… Expand
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