Identifying magma–water interaction from the surface features of ash particles

  title={Identifying magma–water interaction from the surface features of ash particles},
  author={Ralf Buettner and Pierfrancesco Dellino and Bernd Zimanowski},
The deposits from explosive volcanic eruptions (those eruptions that release mechanical energy over a short time span) are characterized by an abundance of volcanic ash. This ash is produced by fragmentation of the magma driving the eruption and by fragmenting and ejecting parts of the pre-existing crust (host rocks). Interactions between rising magma and the hydrosphere (oceans, lakes, and ground water) play an important role in explosive volcanism, because of the unique thermodynamic… CONTINUE READING
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