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Volcanism papers in Earth Sciences, A

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  1. Air mass trajectories in the Southern Hemisphere provide a mechanism for transport to and deposition of volcanic products on the Antarctic ice sheet from local volcanoes and from tropical and subtropical volcanic centers. This study extends the…
  2. An anthropogenic emissions data set has been constructed for CO2, CO, CH4, nonmethane volatile organic compounds, SO2, NOx, N2O, and NH3 spanning the period 18901990. The inventory is based on version 2.0 of the Emission Database for Global…
  3. The reconstruction the subject of numerous studies and major debate. There is currently no generally accepted record. Here we pre ‘ent a global stacked record of (‘30Th.x-normalized) of geomagnetic field intensity variations during the last 200 kyr…
  4. The sediment fill of Haukadalsvatn, a lake in northwest Iceland, preserves a record of environmental change since deglaciation, 13 ka ago. The rapid sedimentation rate over the past 2 ka (ca. 4mka-1) provides a high-resolution archive of late…
  5. The concentrations of total mercury (HgT) and three bio-essential elements (phosphor, potassium, sodium) were analyzed in Antarctic seal hairs from a lake core spanning the past 2000 years and collected from King George Island (63??23???S, 57??00…
  6. Objective. Propose a cognitive taxonomy of medical errors at the level of individuals and their interactions with technology. Design. Use cognitive theories of human error and human action to develop the theoretical foundations of the taxonomy,…
  7. Digital algorithms for robust detection of phase arrivals in the presence of stationary and nonstationary noise have a long history in seismology and have been exploited primarily to reduce the amount of data recorded by data logging systems to…
  8. The 1998 block-and-ash flow (BAF) deposits on the western flanks of Merapi were described both immediately following emplacement, and after one and two wet seasons of erosion. This afforded a unique combination of data on deposit morphology and…
  9. This study aims at creating a holistic concep- tual approach systematizing the interrelation of (natural) haz- ards, vulnerability and risk. A general hierarchical risk meta-framework presents potentially affected components of a given system, such…
  10. Several primary features of the Iceland region require a posteriori adaptions of the classical plume hypothesis to explain them, which erodes confidence in this model. These include the lack of a time-progressive volcanic track and the paucity of…
  11. Crystal size distributions (CSD) of plagioclase, olivine and clinopyroxene from the Kiglapait intrusion, Labrador were measured for a series of 13 samples spanning most of the exposed intrusion. All CSDs lack small crystals and are slightly curved…
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