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  1. Matlab Codes for Volcanology - Stokes Rise Calculations for Bubbles

    09 Aug 2013 | Contributor(s):: Tom D Pering

    A series of Matlab codes for the determination of the rise speed of stokes bubbles at a single point (i.e. at a given depth and set radius) and over a range of depths. The aim of these files is to allow the calculation of rise speed given the overall bubble composition and the proportions or mass...

  2. Bubble nucleation in H2O-CO2 bearing basaltic melts: results of high temperature decompression experiments

    26 Apr 2013 | Contributor(s):: Nolwenn Le Gall, Michel Pichavant, Alain Burgisser

    AGU Meeting, San Francisco 2012Previous experiments have shown that mechanisms of basalt degassing are strongly contrasted when gas bubbles are present or when they are absent. Thus, experimental information on the kinetics of bubble nucleation in basaltic melts is needed, and high temperature...

  3. Bubble nucleation in basaltic melts: results of high temperature decompression experiments

    26 Apr 2013 | Contributor(s):: Nolwenn Le Gall, Michel Pichavant

    VUELCO Conference, 2013, Barcelona (Spain)Previous experiments have demonstrated that mechanisms of basalt degassing are strongly contrasted when gas bubbles are present or when they are absent. Consequently, experimental information on the kinetics of bubble nucleation in basaltic melts is...

  4. Fabian Ben Wadsworth

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