Thoughts on the criteria to determine the origin of volcanic unrest as magmatic or non-magmatic

@article{Pritchard2019ThoughtsOT,
  title={Thoughts on the criteria to determine the origin of volcanic unrest as magmatic or non-magmatic},
  author={M. E. Pritchard and T Mather and S. R. McNutt and F. J. Delgado and Kevin Andrew Reath},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A},
  year={2019},
  volume={377}
}
As our ability to detect volcanic unrest improves, we are increasingly confronted with the question of whether the unrest has a magmatic origin (magma on the move) or a non-magmatic origin from a change in the hydrothermal system (fluids that are not magma on the move) or tectonic processes. The cause of unrest has critical implications for the potential eruptive hazard (e.g. used in constructing Bayesian Event Trees), but is frequently the subject of debate, even at well-studied systems. Here… CONTINUE READING

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