Glacial influence on caldera-forming eruptions

@article{Geyer2011GlacialIO,
  title={Glacial influence on caldera-forming eruptions},
  author={A. Geyer and I. Bindeman},
  journal={Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={202},
  pages={127-142}
}
Abstract It has been suggested that deglaciations have influenced volcanism in several areas around the world increasing productivity of mantle melting and eruptions from crustal magma chambers. However, the connection between glaciations and increased volcanism is not straightforward. Investigation of Ar–Ar, U–Pb, and 14C ages of caldera-forming eruptions for the past million years in the glaciated arc of Kamchatka has lead to the observation that the majority of large-volume ignimbrites… Expand
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