Evolution and dynamics of a monogenetic volcanic complex in the southern Hopi Buttes Volcanic Field (AZ, US): magma diversion and fragmentation processes at the Jagged Rocks Complex

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Re, Giuseppe (Peppe)

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Many populated areas in the world (e.g., Flagstaff, AZ; Auckland, NZ; Mexico City, MEX) lie within active monogenetic volcanic fields that typically contain small volcanic cones and explosive maar craters formed over the course of a single eruptive cycle. Although much work has focused on the eruptive behaviour of monogenetic volcanoes, little geological information exists about their subsurface development and how the movement of magma through Earth

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273 pages A4

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2017Re

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MULTIPOLYGON (((-110.326873029723 35.1091344486426,-110.318230781959 35.1214432048754,-110.301394402982 35.112238115349,-110.290255505864 35.0951927799335,-110.303058835885 35.0945087871119,-110.326873029723 35.1091344486426)))

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Re, Giuseppe (Peppe), “Evolution and dynamics of a monogenetic volcanic complex in the southern Hopi Buttes Volcanic Field (AZ, US): magma diversion and fragmentation processes at the Jagged Rocks Complex,” Otago Geology Theses, accessed November 22, 2017, http://theses.otagogeology.org.nz/items/show/654.