Excess degassing from volcanoes and its role on eruptive and intrusive activity

@article{Shinohara2008ExcessDF,
  title={Excess degassing from volcanoes and its role on eruptive and intrusive activity},
  author={Hiroshi Shinohara},
  journal={Reviews of Geophysics},
  year={2008},
  volume={46}
}
  • H. Shinohara
  • Published 1 December 2008
  • Geology
  • Reviews of Geophysics
Volcanoes emit larger amounts of volcanic gas than can be dissolved in the volume of erupted magma during a variety of volcanic processes, including explosive and effusive eruption and noneruptive continuous degassing. Degassing of unerupted magma with a much larger volume than that of erupted magma caused such a large degassing; erupted magma represents only a small portion of the magma that drives volcanic activity. Evaluation of the magma‐gas differentiation process causing the excess… 

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