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Intra-Conference Field Trip MAY 18 to 20 , 2018 Natural Park of La Garrotxa volcanic field : magmatic vs phreatomagmatic activity . The role of the basement to control the eruptive dynamics

@inproceedings{Mart2018IntraConferenceFT,
  title={Intra-Conference Field Trip MAY 18 to 20 , 2018 Natural Park of La Garrotxa volcanic field : magmatic vs phreatomagmatic activity . The role of the basement to control the eruptive dynamics},
  author={Joan Mart{\'i} and Xavier Bol{\'o}s and Llorenç Planagum{\`a}},
  year={2018}
}

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Situated in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, La Garrotxa Volcanic Field is part of the Catalan Volcanic Zone and one of the provinces of the Neogene-Quaternary alkaline volcanism associated
Volcano-structural analysis of La Garrotxa Volcanic Field (NE Iberia): Implications for the plumbing system
Abstract The Garrotxa Volcanic Field is related to the Neogene–Quaternary European Rift system and is the youngest representation of monogenetic volcanism in the Iberian Peninsula. It encompasses
Geophysical exploration on the subsurface geology of La Garrotxa monogenetic volcanic field (NE Iberian Peninsula)
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[1] Eruptive activity of individual monogenetic volcanoes usually lasts a few days or weeks. However, their short lifetime does not always mean that their dynamics and structure are simple.
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