The Secche di Lazzaro pyroclastics of Stromboli volcano: a phreatomagmatic eruption related to the Sciara del Fuoco sector collapse

@article{Bertagnini1996TheSD,
  title={The Secche di Lazzaro pyroclastics of Stromboli volcano: a phreatomagmatic eruption related to the Sciara del Fuoco sector collapse},
  author={Antonella Bertagnini and Pascal Landi},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={1996},
  volume={58},
  pages={239-245}
}
Widespread phreatomagmatic ash deposits (Secche di Lazzaro pyroclastics) overlying the lavas of the Neostromboli period (13000 to ca. 5000 years B.P.) have been identified at Stromboli volcano. The deposits consist of accretionary lapilli-rich ash-fall layers and debris flows. Ash-fall layers originated by phreatomagmatic explosive activity from a vent probably located in the uppermost part of the sector-collapse scarp (Sciara del Fuoco) which formed at the end of Neostromboli period… CONTINUE READING

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