Felsic volcanism in the Kermadec arc, SW Pacific: crustal recycling in an oceanic setting

@article{Smith2003FelsicVI,
  title={Felsic volcanism in the Kermadec arc, SW Pacific: crustal recycling in an oceanic setting},
  author={Ian E. M. Smith and Tim J. Worthington and Robert Bruce Stewart and Richard C. Price and John A. Gamble},
  journal={Geological Society, London, Special Publications},
  year={2003},
  volume={219},
  pages={118 - 99}
}
Abstract Large-scale felsic volcanic systems are a common, but not ubiquitous, feature of volcanic arc systems in continental settings. However, in oceanic volcanic arcs the erupted materials are dominated by basalts and basaltic andesites, whereas intermediate compositions are rare and dacites and rhyolites relatively uncommon. The Kermadec arc is an intraoceanic convergent system in the SW Pacific. Volcanoes occur as a continuous arc that is mainly submarine. Despite its simple tectonic… 
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