Late Pleistocene-Holocene volcanic activity in northern Victoria Land recorded in Ross Sea (Antarctica) marine sediments

@article{Carlo2015LatePV,
  title={Late Pleistocene-Holocene volcanic activity in northern Victoria Land recorded in Ross Sea (Antarctica) marine sediments},
  author={Paola Del Carlo and Alessio Di Roberto and Gianfranco Di Vincenzo and Antonella Bertagnini and Patrizia Landi and Massimo Pompilio and Ester Colizza and Guido Giordano},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={1-17}
}
Eight pyroclastic fall deposits have been identified in cores of Late Pleistocene-Holocene marine sediments from the Ross Sea (Antarctica), and their components, granulometry and clast morphologies were analysed. Sedimentological, petrographic and geochemical analysis of clasts, with 40Ar-39Ar dating of alkali feldspar grains, indicate that during this period at least five explosive eruptions of mid to high intensity (plinian to subplinian) occurred, and that three of these eruptions took place… 
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