The gold-silver project is hosted within the Trans Mexican Volcanic Belt (TMVB), a tertiary to recent intrusive volcanic arc
that runs east-west across Mexico.
The work is focused on the copper and gold exploration near Mashki Chah area of Neogene Baluchistan Volcanic Arc
Belt which is one of the potential segments of porphyry copper gold rich Tethyan Metallogenic Belt.
Their topics include voluminous and compositionally diverse middle Miocene Strawberry volcanics of northeastern Oregon: magmatism cogenetic with flood basalts of the Columbia River Basalt Group, quaternary glacio-volcanism in the Canadian Cascades volcanic arc
: paleoenvironmental implications, new perspectives on the 19th-century golden pumice deposit of Kilauea Volcano, and the communication strategy of the US Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory during the lava-flow crisis of 2014-15 at Kilauea Volcano.
Henningsen, 1966; Mora, 1979) point to increasing subsidence rates probably in response to emerging volcanic arc
Dzurisin, InSAR Imaging of Aleutian Volcanoes: Monitoring a Volcanic Arc
from Space, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 2014.
(b) Negros Island, showing the Negros volcanic arc
in red triangles and the estimated trace of Yupisan Fault in dashed dark pink, overlain by the approximate boundaries of the tectonostratigraphic terranes.
This gem of the Cascade Volcanic Arc
is surrounded by much more.
In the diagram for discriminating granite Ta-Yb tectonic setting (Fig.6a), all the analyzed samples are classified into the scope of volcanic arc
The caldera is a part of the Campanian volcanic arc
, which is centered on the Bay of Naples.
It looks like the Taconic arc has its continuation along the western continental margin of Siberia and both of them constitute a single Taconic-Enisej (also spelled Yenisei or Yenisey) volcanic arc
. Field studies of the Upper Ordovician succession along the Moyero River in the vicinity of the Anabar shield demonstrate an absence of K-bentonite beds along the eastern margin (in present-day orientation) of the Siberian Platform.
The El Salvador Fault Zone (ESFZ) is one of these features, extending along the El Salvador volcanic arc
(Fig 1) for about 150 km long as a right-lateral strike-slip fault system, as wide as 20 km (Martinez-Diaz et al., 2004).
The highest density of volcanoes in arc settings occurs along the volcanic front; the boundary between the volcanic arc
and the non-volcanic forearc (Fig.