Composition of basaltic lavas sampled by phase‐2 of the Hawaii Scientific Drilling Project: Geochemical stratigraphy and magma types

@inproceedings{Rhodes2004CompositionOB,
  title={Composition of basaltic lavas sampled by phase‐2 of the Hawaii Scientific Drilling Project: Geochemical stratigraphy and magma types},
  author={James Michael Rhodes and Michael Vollinger},
  year={2004}
}
[1] This paper presents major and trace element compositions of lavas from the entire 3098 m stratigraphic section sampled by phase-2 of the Hawaii Scientific Drilling Project. The upper 245 m are lavas from Mauna Loa volcano, and the lower 2853 m are lavas and volcanoclastic rocks from Mauna Kea volcano. These intervals are inferred to represent about 100 ka and 400 ka respectively of the eruptive history of the two volcanoes. The Mauna Loa tholeiites tend to be higher in SiO2 and lower in… CONTINUE READING

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