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This quantity thirteen covers, The overseas Laser Ranging provider (Pearlman et al.); Numerical Modeling of the 2006 Java Tsunami Earthquake (Hanifa et al.); and Statistical houses and Time pattern within the variety of Holocene Volcanic Eruptions. (Zemtsov & Tron).

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Naito and Y. Watanabe, Chem. Geol. 160 (1999) 425–445. 2. D. J. DePaolo, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 53 (1981) 189–202. 3. D. F. Parker, A. Ghosh, C. W. Price, B. D. Rinard, R. L. Cullers and M. Ren, J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 139 (2005) 185–210.

1. %) in an Ol-bearing matrix. Typical andesites (SiO2 from 57 to 63wt%) show orthopyroxene phenocrysts (up to 1 by 2 mm) and tabular plagioclase (ca. % in some cases, accompanied by small amounts of mica and hornblende (NAG02008). The dacites (SiO2 <70wt%) and rhyolites (SiO2 >70wt%) typically show phenocrysts of albitic plagioclase, quartz, and subsidiary mica, aphyric exceptions recorded from Koshi-dake (SiO2 >76wt%). The basalt samples show compositional differences both within and between each volcanic center (Table 1).

In any case, the recognition of potential crustal contamination sources in magmas is an essential prerequisite to any successful petrogenetic model for SiO2 -rich magmas and, in turn, to interpreting the chemical evolution of continental crust through time. ) or as bimodal mafic — acidic associations (Saga– Futagoyama10). 7,13,14 Their volcanic products form distinctive mountain peaks, overlying, and rising above the Tertiary sedimentary basement. 6 Ma), in the vicinity of Koshi-dake, basalt and andesite Fig.

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