ArticleThermochemical Evolution Of Young Rhyolites At Yellowstone: Evidence For A Cooling But Periodically Replenished Postcaldera Magma ReservoirRamos, Frank C.Between circa 170 ka and 75 ka, more than 600 km3 of high-silica rhyolite composing the Central Plateau Member (CPM) lavas of the Plateau Rhyolite erupted within the margins of Yellowstone caldera. The compositions of CPM ferromagnesian phenocrysts an . . .
ArticleErratum To: Zircon-Scale Insights Into The History Of A Supervolcano, Bishop Tuff, Long Valley, California, With Implications For The Ti-In-Zircon GeothermometerSchmitt, Axel K.Zircon has the outstanding capacity to record chronological, thermal, and chemical information, including the storage history of zoned silicic magma reservoirs like the one responsible for the Bishop Tuff of eastern California, USA. Our novel ion micr . . .
ArticleShamberger, P.J.Hawaiian volcanoes evolve through stages that have been delimited by the compositions of their erupted lavas. New in situ 238U-230Th and U-Pb dating of single zircons from leucocratic plutonic xenoliths erupted at Mauna Kea and Hualalai volcanoes, Haw . . .
ArticleAlteration and remelting of nascent oceanic crust during continental rupture: evidence from zircon geochemistry of rhyolites and xenoliths from the Salton Trough, CaliforniaVazquez, Jorge A.Rhyolite lavas and xenoliths from the Salton Sea geothermal field (Southern California) provide insights into crustal compositions and processes during continental rupture and incipient formation of oceanic crust. Salton Buttes rhyolite lavas contain . . .