Rapid laccolith intrusion driven by explosive volcanic eruption

@inproceedings{Castro2016RapidLI,
  title={Rapid laccolith intrusion driven by explosive volcanic eruption},
  author={J. M. Castro and Beno{\^i}t Cordonnier and Carlijn Schipper and Hugh Tuffen and Tobias S. Baumann and Yves Feisel},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2016}
}
Magmatic intrusions and volcanic eruptions are intimately related phenomena. Shallow magma intrusion builds subsurface reservoirs that are drained by volcanic eruptions. Thus, the long-held view is that intrusions must precede and feed eruptions. Here we show that explosive eruptions can also cause magma intrusion. We provide an account of a rapidly emplaced laccolith during the 2011 rhyolite eruption of Cordón Caulle, Chile. Remote sensing indicates that an intrusion began after eruption onset… CONTINUE READING