The eruptive center of the late quaternary Laacher see tephra

@article{Bogaard1984TheEC,
  title={The eruptive center of the late quaternary Laacher see tephra},
  author={Paul van den Bogaard and H. -U. Schmincke},
  journal={Geologische Rundschau},
  year={1984},
  volume={73},
  pages={933-980}
}
ZusammenfassungMindestens 5 km3 phonolithisches Magma wurde vor ca. 11 000 Jahren im Laacher See Becken durch plinianische und phreatomagmatische Eruptionen gefördert. Die Lage der Eruptionszentren im Laacher See Becken, seit über 200 Jahren umstritten, wird im einzelnen begründet. (1) Alle Schichteinheiten der Laacher See Tephra erreichen ihr Mächtigkeitsmaximum im Tuffring am Beckenrand. Eine Ausnahme bilden pyroklastische Stromablagerungen („Trass”) die ihre maximalen Mächtigkeiten in Paläot… 
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