Volcanology: Physical Processes and Petrologic Applications



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Volcanology: Physical Processes and Petrologic Applications




References: Calderas, Cauldrons, Volcano-Tectonic Depressions; Volume/Area Relationships; Caldera-Collapse Breccias

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