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Characteristics of submarine pumice-rich density current ...

2011-10-28  Such giant pumice clasts are typical of submarine pumice eruptions presumably as a result of reduced explosivity due to the higher confining pressure (Allen et al. 2010). Neptunian eruptions also occur at vents located in relatively deep water (200–1,300 m) and the neptunian facies are associated with deep-water sedimentary facies.

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Pumice Properties, Composition, Formation, Uses » Geology ...

2019-5-12  Characteristics and Properties Pumice is composed of highly microvesicular glass pyroclastic with very thin, translucent bubble walls of extrusive igneous rock.

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Geochemical characteristics of submarine rhyolitic pumice ...

2019-4-10  This paper reports new geochemical data for submarine volcanic pumice sampled from two volcanoes (SM‐1 and SV‐1) which are part of the Andaman subduction system. SM‐1 volcano is located closer to the Andaman back‐arc spreading axis while SV‐1 volcano is part of a linear chain of arc volcanoes in the southern Andaman Basin.

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Characteristics of submarine pumice-rich density current ...

2012-4-1  Characteristics of submarine pumice-rich density current deposits sourced from turbulent mixing of subaerial pyroclastic flows at the shoreline: field and experimental assessment Allen, S. R.; Freundt, A.; Kurokawa, K. Abstract. This study investigates the types of subaqueous deposits that occur when hot pyroclastic flows turbulently mix with ...

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Quenching of steam-charged pumice: Implications for ...

2008-9-30  The lithofacies characteristics of well preserved, uplifted Miocene to Recent eruption-fed, submarine pyroclastic pumice deposits include, (1) double grading, where each bed is density graded, and the bedsets are normally graded overall (Fiske and Matsuda, 1964), (2) hydraulic sorting (Cashman and Fiske, 1991), and (3) well-defined organisation into lithic-rich bases, pumice lapilli-rich main parts, and upper pumice

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Water-settling and resedimentation of submarine rhyolitic ...

2000-1-1  Textural and lithofacies characteristics of the Yali pumice breccia, and the presence of the carbonate cement and limestone at the top, combine to suggest that the Yali pumice breccia was deposited in a submarine environment and dominantly below wave base.

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Geochemical characteristics of submarine rhyolitic pumice ...

2019-2-21  Geochemical characteristics of submarine rhyolitic pumice from Andaman subduction zone: inferences on magmatism and tectonics of Northeastern Indian Ocean February 2019 Geological Journal

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Characteristics of submarine pumice-rich density current ...

Characteristics of submarine pumice-rich density current deposits sourced from turbulent mixing of subaerial pyroclastic flows at the shoreline: Field and experimental assessment

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characteristics of submarine pumice

Highly vesicular pumice generated by buoyant detachment of . However, it is challenging to relate volcanic products to specific eruptive styles in submarine volcanism5, 6. Here we document vesicularity and textural characteristics of pumice clasts dredged from the submarine Macauley volcano in the Kermadec arc, southwest Pacific Ocean.

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This study investigates the types of subaqueous deposits that occur when hot pyroclastic flows turbulently mix with water at the shoreline through field studies of ...

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Submarine deposits from pumiceous pyroclastic density ...

2017-3-1  Pumice-rich volcaniclastic deposits are widely recognized in the marine record. They may originate via pyroclastic density currents entering or traveling over water, pyroclastic fall onto water, submarine eruptions, or by resedimentation (e.g., Cas and Wright, 1991; McPhie et al., 1993; Carey, 2000; Kano, 2003; Manville et al., 2010).In addition to their volcanological significance and ...

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2020-3-1  tists, 2012). This stratified pumice lapilli-ash unit, which formed at ca. 4 Ma, has textural characteristics, in particular stratification, sort-ing, and grading, that are dissimilar to those of previously described submarine volcaniclastic facies. It is much thicker (1.2m) than other volcaniclastic units at the same site (Expedition

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Pumice Properties, Composition, Formation, Uses » Geology ...

Pumice. Pumice is a volcanic rock that consists of highly vesicular rough textural rock glass. It generally light colored. It is created when gas-saturated liquid magma erupts like a carbonated drink and cools so rapidly that the resulting foam solidifies into a glass full of gas bubbles. Pumices from silica-rich lavas are white, those from ...

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Water-settling and resedimentation of submarine rhyolitic ...

2000-1-1  The components and lithofacies characteristics suggest that the Yali pumice breccia indirectly records a combination of effusion of vesicular submarine lava and phreatomagmatic explosions. In this paper, the textural and lithological characteristics of the four principal facies within the Yali pumice breccia are used to constrain the eruption ...

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Quenching of steam-charged pumice: Implications for ...

2008-9-30  The lithofacies characteristics of well preserved, uplifted Miocene to Recent eruption-fed, submarine pyroclastic pumice deposits include, (1) double grading, where each bed is density graded, and the bedsets are normally graded overall (Fiske and Matsuda, 1964), (2) hydraulic sorting (Cashman and Fiske, 1991), and (3) well-defined organisation ...

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Submarine volcanism from satellite imagery – SENSE ...

The most distinctive satellite signals are produced by pumice rafts, which can persist for long periods of time, travel great distances and pose a hazard to shipping (Mantas et al., 2011). Past observations of submarine eruptions from satellite imagery have required the manual analysis of satellite images and are limited to individual case studies.

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Submarine giant pumice: a window into the shallow conduit ...

Meter-scale vesicular blocks, termed “giant pumice,” are characteristic primary products of many subaqueous silicic eruptions. The size of giant pumices allows us to describe meter-scale variations in textures and geochemistry with implications for shearing processes, ascent dynamics, and thermal histories within submarine conduits prior to eruption. The submarine eruption of Havre volcano ...

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A Strength-Deformation Characteristics for the Undrained ...

In order to clarify the stress-strain behaviour of the submarine deposit originated from pumice flow and fall deposits, that is to say, Shirasu and welded tuff, consolidated-undrained triaxial compression tests were performed on Shirasu specimens under the artificial conditions such as deposit in situ with the equally effective stress under various depth below the water surface and with the ...

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Remote Analysis of Grain Size Characteristic in Submarine ...

A method has been developed to extract grain size information from stereo images collected by a remotely operated vehicle (ROV). In the summer of 2010 the ROV Hercules collected a suite of stereo images from a thick pumice sequence in the caldera walls of Kolumbo submarine volcano located about seven kilometers off the coast of Santorini, Greece.

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Characteristics of the Submarine Topography and its Profile ...

【摘要】:Based on the latest submarine topography data of the China 908 Project(China offshore marine environmental comprehensive investigation and assessment),we analyzed the general China offshore submarine topographical characteristics and the factors influencing its development.The submarine topography off the coast of China follows the NW-SE trend of the land topography.The

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Explosive submarine eruption processes: pumice raft ...

Pumice rafts produced by underwater volcanic eruptions are poorly understood and have the potential to cause major disruption. While valuable knowledge has been gained from past studies, particularly those on pumice from the 2012 Havre eruption, we still do not understand the generation of pumice

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Submarine deposits from pumiceous pyroclastic density ...

2017-3-1  Pumice-rich volcaniclastic deposits are widely recognized in the marine record. They may originate via pyroclastic density currents entering or traveling over water, pyroclastic fall onto water, submarine eruptions, or by resedimentation (e.g., Cas and Wright, 1991; McPhie et al., 1993; Carey, 2000; Kano, 2003; Manville et al., 2010).In addition to their volcanological significance and ...

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Highly vesicular pumice generated by buoyant detachment

2013-1-1  However, it is challenging to relate volcanic products to specific eruptive styles in submarine volcanism5, 6. Here we document vesicularity and textural characteristics of pumice clasts dredged from the submarine Macauley volcano in the Kermadec arc, southwest Pacific Ocean.

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Submarine deposits from pumiceous pyroclastic density ...

2016-12-2  tists, 2012). This stratified pumice lapilli-ash unit, which formed at ca. 4 Ma, has textural characteristics, in particular stratification, sort-ing, and grading, that are dissimilar to those of previously described submarine volcaniclastic facies. It is much thicker (1.2m) than other volcaniclastic units at the same site (Expedition

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Highly vesicular pumice generated by buoyant ... - CORE

However, it is challenging to relate volcanic products to specific eruptive styles in submarine volcanism5, 6. Here we document vesicularity and textural characteristics of pumice clasts dredged from the submarine Macauley volcano in the Kermadec arc, southwest Pacific Ocean.

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Pumice Properties, Composition, Formation, Uses » Geology ...

Pumice. Pumice is a volcanic rock that consists of highly vesicular rough textural rock glass. It generally light colored. It is created when gas-saturated liquid magma erupts like a carbonated drink and cools so rapidly that the resulting foam solidifies into a glass full of gas bubbles. Pumices from silica-rich lavas are white, those from ...

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Personality characteristics of successful Navy submarine ...

This study evaluated the personality characteristics of senior enlisted and occupationally successful Navy submarine personnel. One hundred subjects completed the Schedule for Nonadaptive and Adaptive Personality (SNAP). Results indicated that the traits of detachment, propriety, and workaholism wer

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地震触发海底滑坡物理模型及数学模型试验分析-Analysis of ...

针对南海北部陆坡区地震成因的海底滑坡频发这一问题,采用室内模型分析法分析地震对于海底滑坡触发的影响作用。仿照南海北部陆坡海底工程环境构建水槽模型,分析引发海底斜坡失稳的临界地震参数,观察滑坡的运移特征,对比振动前后土体力学性质变化;并依据水槽模型构建有限元数学模型 ...

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Characteristics of the Submarine Topography and its Profile ...

2014-2-17  The submarine topographical gradient of the southern Yellow Sea offshore zone is small—characteristic of gulf and tidal sand ridge geomorphology, and the depth is less than 20 m in most places. Topographical fluctuations are obvious with many grooves and

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Characteristics of the Submarine Topography and its Profile ...

【摘要】:Based on the latest submarine topography data of the China 908 Project(China offshore marine environmental comprehensive investigation and assessment),we analyzed the general China offshore submarine topographical characteristics and the factors influencing its development.The submarine topography off the coast of China follows the NW-SE trend of the land topography.The

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