Review of eruptive activity at Tianchi volcano, Changbaishan, northeast China: implications for possible future eruptions

@article{Wei2013ReviewOE,
  title={Review of eruptive activity at Tianchi volcano, Changbaishan, northeast China: implications for possible future eruptions},
  author={Haiquan Wei and G. Liu and J. Gill},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2013},
  volume={75},
  pages={1-14}
}
One of the largest explosive eruptions in the past several thousand years occurred at Tianchi volcano, also known as Changbaishan, on the China–North Korea border. This historically active polygenetic central volcano consists of three parts: a lower basaltic shield, an upper trachytic composite cone, and young comendite ash flows. The Millennium Eruption occurred between 938 and 946 ad, and was preceded by two smaller and chemically different rhyolitic pumice deposits. There has been at least… Expand

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