Diversity of soluble salt concentrations on volcanic ash aggregates from a variety of eruption types and deposits

@article{Colombier2019DiversityOS,
  title={Diversity of soluble salt concentrations on volcanic ash aggregates from a variety of eruption types and deposits},
  author={Mathieu Colombier and Sebastian B Mueller and Ulrich Kueppers and Bettina Scheu and Pierre Delmelle and Corrado Cimarelli and Shane J. Cronin and Richard J. Brown and Manuela Tost and Donald B. Dingwell},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2019},
  volume={81},
  pages={1-13}
}
Ash aggregation is a common phenomenon in particle-laden environments of volcanic eruption plumes and pyroclastic density currents. Many of these initially fragile aggregates gain sufficient mechanical strength to remain intact after atmospheric transport and deposition. Several processes contribute to ash aggregate stability, including electrostatic and hydrostatic bonding, ice formation, and cementation by salt precipitates. Here, we compare leachate chemistry from aggregates from a variety… Expand
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