vesicularity

vesicularity

(vɪˌsɪkjʊˈlærɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being vesicular
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Relationship between eruptive style and vesicularity of juvenile clasts during eruptive episode A of Towada Volcano, Northeast Japan.
The moderate vesicularity of pyroclasts, mainly lapilli size, indicates that vesicular texture in the magma developed early during the phreatomagmatic fragmentation by magmaphreatic water interaction (Nemeth et al., 2007).
& WILSON, C.J.N., 1989: A vesicularity index for pyroclastic deposits.--Bull.
Type of lithology--(subtle differences in andesite lithologies, including any vesicularity) 5.
The vesicularity of these clasts ranges from 22 to 59 vol%, a typical feature for coarse-grained strombolian deposits (cf.