Eruption ages of Las Tres Vírgenes volcano (Baja California): A tale of two helium isotopes

@article{Schmitt2010EruptionAO,
  title={Eruption ages of Las Tres V{\'i}rgenes volcano (Baja California): A tale of two helium isotopes},
  author={Axel K. Schmitt and Daniel Fritz Stockli and Samuel Niedermann and Oscar M. Lovera and Brian P. Hausback},
  journal={Quaternary Geochronology},
  year={2010},
  volume={5},
  pages={503-511}
}

Figures and Tables from this paper

Geology of the late Pleistocene Tres Vírgenes Volcanic Complex, Baja California Sur (México)
ABSTRACT The geological map of the Tres Vírgenes Volcanic Complex (TVVC) Baja California Sur, México consists of three northeast-southwest aligned stratovolcanoes named from older to younger, El
...
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 45 REFERENCES
DATING OF THE 1746 ERUPTION OF TRES VIRGENES VOLCANO, BAJA CALIFORNIA DEL SUR, MEXICO
The most recent eruption of Tres Virgenes volcano, Baja California del Sur, Mexico, is dated as late May or early June, 1746, by the contemporary map and itineraries of Ferdinando Consag, S. J.
Cosmogenic neon in recent lavas from the western United States
The absolute cosmogenic production of 21Ne (21Nec) and 3He (3Hec) in olivine (Fo81) is measured for the well-dated Tabernacle Hill flow. Values scaled to sea level and high latitude ( > 60°) are 45
Precise U‐Pb ages of Duluth Complex and related mafic intrusions, northeastern Minnesota: Geochronological insights to physical, petrogenetic, paleomagnetic, and tectonomagmatic processes associated with the 1.1 Ga Midcontinent Rift System
Precise resolution of the timing of igneous activity is crucial to understanding the dynamic processes associated with continental rifting. Mafic intrusive rocks constitute a major portion of the
...
...