Tags: Volatiles in magmas

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  1. MAMMA (Magma Ascent Mathematical Modeling and Analysis)

    01 Mar 2018 | Contributor(s):: Alvaro Aravena, Mattia de' Michieli Vitturi

    1D-steady state model for volcanic conduits

  2. Alexey Andreevich Kotov


  3. Multicomponent mixture phase equilibrium

    10 Nov 2015 | | Contributor(s):: Mattia de' Michieli Vitturi, simone colucci

    Simple online tool to compute the equilibrium mass fractions of a multiphase and multicomponent mixture, based on the Raoult and Henry laws. An example is provided for a magmatic mixture with melt, water and carbon dioxide.

  4. Ainhoa Lorenzo


  5. D-Compress

    09 Apr 2015 | | Contributor(s):: Alain Burgisser, Marina Alletti, Bruno Scaillet

    D-Compress computes the gas and melt volatile composition of five element sets in magmatic systems (O–H, S–O–H, C–S–O–H, C–S–O–H–Fe, and C–O–H). It has been calibrated so as to simulate the volatiles coexisting with three...

  6. Anita Cadoux


  7. Hugh Tuffen

    I'm a Royal Society University Research Fellow and Lecturer at Lancaster University. My research addresses magma deformation, degassing and crystallization, using tools such as fieldwork,...


  8. Solubility of sulfur in basaltic melts

    26 Apr 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Marina Aletti, Michel Pichavant

    VUELCO Conference, 2013, Barcelona (Spain)Sulfur is the third most abundant volatile element in magmatic melts, after H2O and CO2. Involved as a chief actor in many igneous processes, from the volcanic degassing to the formation of ore deposits, and due to the strong dependence between speciation...

  9. Raymond Patrick Maximo

    Working at PHIVOLCS. 


  10. Richard Brooker

    I currently have responsibility for the Experimental Petrology Facility and the MicroFTIR Laboratory and have been involved in developing new apparatus and analytical techniques within the BEEST...