Eruption of basaltic magma at Tor Zawar, Balochistan, Pakistan on 27 January 2010: geochemical and petrological constraints on petrogenesis

@article{Kerr2010EruptionOB,
  title={Eruption of basaltic magma at Tor Zawar, Balochistan, Pakistan on 27 January 2010: geochemical and petrological constraints on petrogenesis},
  author={Andrew C. Kerr and M. Javed Khan and Iain McDonald},
  journal={Mineralogical Magazine},
  year={2010},
  volume={74},
  pages={1027 - 1036}
}
Abstract On 27 January 2010 a small eruption of basaltic lava occurred 75 km NE of Quetta, Pakistan. This was highly unusual− no eruptions from this magmatically inactive area have ever been reported. Two petrographically distinct basalts types were indentified in the vesicular eruptive products. One basalt type consists of completely fresh, light brown glass with a few (<1 vol.%) partially resorbed quartz-rich xenoliths, whereas the other type is non-glassy and the lava is completely… 
Comments on the eruption of basaltic magma at Tor Zawar, Balochistan, Pakistan on 27 January 2010, with a discussion of the geochemical and petrological constraints on its petrogenesis
Abstract An article by A. C. Kerr and coworkers published in 2010 in Mineralogical Magazine (74, 1027-1036), reviewed an event that was interpreted as the eruption of a basaltic flow on 27th January
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