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 . . .
ThesisCharacterizing and identifying the eruptive source of the Soldier Meadow Tuff in northwestern NevadaSmith, Julie A.The Soldier Meadow Tuff (SMT) consists mostly of a voluminous sheet of distinctive phenocryst-rich comendite ash-flow tuff distributed around the eastern to southern margin of the High Rock caldera (HRC), source of the 16.3 Ma Summit Lake Tuff. The SM . . .