On the recent bimodal magmatic processes and their rates in the Torfajökull – Veidivötn area , Iceland

@inproceedings{Zellmer2008OnTR,
  title={On the recent bimodal magmatic processes and their rates in the Torfaj{\"o}kull – Veidiv{\"o}tn area , Iceland},
  author={Georg F. Zellmer and K H Rubin and Karl Gr{\"o}nvold and Z. Jurado-Chichay},
  year={2008}
}
Editor: R.W. Carlson Historical bimodal composition eruptions spanning Torfajökull central volcano and neighbouring Veidivötn fissure swarm in southeastern Iceland provide clues about the nature and timing of basalt and rhyolite petrogenesis and eruption at an active divergent plate boundary. This study focuses on lavas and tephras of the last two regional eruptions in 871 and 1477 AD, using samples that approximate mafic and felsic endmember compositions relative to regionalmixing trends in… CONTINUE READING

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