pyroclasts

Related to pyroclasts: Nuee ardente
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pyroclasts

[ˌpaɪrəʊˈklæsts] nplmateriali mpl piroclastici
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Burgisser, "Characterization of juvenile pyroclasts from the Kos Plateau Tuff (Aegean Arc): Insights into the eruptive dynamics of a large rhyolitic eruption," Bulletin of Volcanology, vol.
Fractal analysis of experimentally generated pyroclasts: A tool for volcanic hazard assessment.
The pyroclastic rocks are volcaniclastic rocks formed by accumulation of pyroclasts (fragments) during Mesozoic explosive eruption by Yanshan movement.
The breccia is composed by a grey-to-white matrix (<2 mm in size) constituted by small grains of host sedimentary rocks and volcanic rocks (from lava fragments and lapilli-size pyroclasts to coarse ash) (Fig.
The rock units in the area mainly include Eocene volcanic rocks (lava flows and pyroclasts belonging to the Karaj formation) and Oligocene granitoid intrusive bodies (figure 2).
Sizes and Shapes of 10-Ma Distal Fall Pyroclasts in the Ogallala Group, Nebraska.
Starting in 1975, he was also a major contributor to this journal in a column called Pyroclasts, which put forward, "news and comment on some of the peripheral matters of interest to Canadian geoscientists, for example, politics and politicians, sex, relations with sister societies, assorted scuttle-butt and rife humour" (Neale 1975).
7) associated with calderas located at the centers of very low shieldlike features, and half produce umbrella-shaped eruption clouds into which gases and small pyroclasts are ejected at speeds of up to 1000 m/s to reach heights up to 300 km (Fig.
The topsoil, formed from salic pyroclasts, is covered by a layer of approximately 15 cm (5.9 in) of pumice fragments between 5 to 20 mm (0.2 to 0.8 in) in size.
Magmatic Processes in Forming Maars and Associated Pyroclasts: The Calatrava--Spain--Case History.