Feeding andesitic eruptions with a high-speed connection from the mantle

@article{Ruprecht2013FeedingAE,
  title={Feeding andesitic eruptions with a high-speed connection from the mantle},
  author={P. Ruprecht and T. Plank},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2013},
  volume={500},
  pages={68-72}
}
Convergent margin volcanism is ultimately fed by magmas generated in the mantle, but the connection between the mantle and the eruption at the surface is typically obscured by cooling, crystallization and magma mixing within the crust. Geophysical techniques are also not very effective in the lower and middle crust, where seismic events are rare and resolution is generally poor. It has thus been unclear how fast mantle-derived magmas transit the crust and recharge crustal magma chambers. Here… Expand
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