Lapilli tuff as evidence of Early Jurassic Strombolian-type volcanism in Scania, southern Sweden

@article{Augustsson2001LapilliTA,
  title={Lapilli tuff as evidence of Early Jurassic Strombolian-type volcanism in Scania, southern Sweden},
  author={C. Augustsson},
  journal={GFF},
  year={2001},
  volume={123},
  pages={23 - 28}
}
  • C. Augustsson
  • Published 2001
  • Geology
  • GFF
  • Abstract Central Scania, southernmost Sweden, is penetrated by more than one hundred basaltic volcanic necks of Jurassic age. Pyroclastics, related to the volcanic necks, have been investigated to reveal the volcanic environment, and the eruptive character required to produce the pyroclastics. Based on textural and petrographical evidence, a Strombolian-type eruptive character is suggested. The sediment, a lapilli tuff, is clay altered due to early diagenetic processes, but traces of palagonite… CONTINUE READING
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