Newcombe et al. The mismatch between the Conflow model and our best-fit thermal histories at Fuego and Seguam suggest that the assumption of isentropic ascent made by the Conflow model may be inappropriate for these eruptions. Additionally, constraints of cooling rates from individual olivine-hosted melt inclusions will allow more accurate reconstruction of pre-eruptive volatile contents using published models of vapor bubble formation (Maclennan, 2017; Tucker et al., 2019; Rasmussen et al., 2020). The heterogeneity in mineral rim compositions, zoning patterns and textures is interpreted as reflecting non-uniform reheating and remobilization of the resident magma body by intrusion of hotter mafic magma. Depends on composition, temperature, & gas content. (2010), which is able to reproduce experimental data within a factor of ∼2, so we consider the Chen and Zhang (2008) parameterization of DMgO to be acceptable for our Kilauea melt inclusions. 270, 54–62. Placing these results in the context of our findings at Fuego, Seguam, and Kilauea, we hypothesize that there may be a direct relationship between magma ascent rate and temperature change during magma ascent, with the slowest ascending magmas experiencing net temperature increases during ascent due to crystallization and vapor loss, and the fastest ascending magmas experiencing net temperature decreases during ascent due to retention and adiabatic expansion of exsolved vapor (Figure 11). As cooling continues, the various reactions on the discontinuous branch will proceed because silica is abundant, the plagioclase will become increasingly sodium-rich, and eventually potassium feldspar and quartz will form. Acta 59, 313–324. Geology 40, 915–918. Significant cooling begins just a few hundred meters from the surface when water vapor rapidly exsolves, driving fragmentation, greater adiabatic expansion and cooling. Soc. Results of thermal history fitting to MgO concentration gradients in melt inclusions using the model of Newcombe et al. • A comparison of bomb- and ash-derived melt inclusions from Fuego demonstrates the importance of clast size as a control on syneruptive cooling rates. An arch in the Barachois River area of western Newfoundland is shown in Figure 17.2.4. Every melt inclusion analyzed exhibits chemical zonation consistent with that described by Newcombe et al. As long as there is silica remaining and the rate of cooling is slow, this process continues down the discontinuous branch: olivine to pyroxene, pyroxene to amphibole, and (under the right conditions) amphibole to biotite. If you look carefully at the upper photograph you can see that the hole that makes the arch developed within a layer of relatively soft and weak rock. Lower temperature magmas have higher viscosity than higher temperature magmas (viscosity decreases with increasing temperature of the magma). Zhang, Y., Jenkins, J., and Xu, Z. Quantification of the CO2 budget and H2O–CO2 systematics in subduction-zone magmas through the experimental hydration of melt inclusions in olivine at high H2O pressure. This demonstrates the sensitivity of MgO zonation in Seguam melt inclusions to net temperature changes during magma ascent. Geology 33, 793–796. Geosci. Stovall, W. K., Houghton, B. F., Gonnermann, H., Fagents, S. A., and Swanson, D. A. Newcombe, M. E., Plank, T., Asimow Paul, D., Barth, A., and Hauri, E. (2020). So far, this technique has been applied to melt inclusions from submarine lavas, a sub-aerial hornito eruption, olivine-bearing sand from Papakaloa Beach (Hawaii), sand from the Kilauea Iki crater, and olivines from martian meteorite Yamato 980459 (Newcombe et al., 2014; Saper and Stolper, 2020). Reconstructing the deep CO2 degassing behaviour of large basaltic fissure eruptions. We find evidence that the Seguam 1977 magma experienced a net temperature change of ∼0°C during syneruptive ascent and the Fuego 1974 magma experienced a net temperature change between ∼–40°C (if our best-fit thermal histories reflect cooling in the conduit) and ∼0°C (if our best-fit thermal histories reflect cooling in the volcanic plume). Inclusions smaller than this critical radius should exhibit a trend of decreasing central MgO with decreasing inclusion size (assuming that all inclusions in a suite experience similar cooling rates and have similar initial MgO concentrations). Multicomponent diffusion in basaltic melts at 1350° C. Geochim. Cosmochim. The relatively dry Kilauea Iki magma exsolves water vapor very late in its ascent history (Figure 9A), so the magma follows a liquid-only adiabat for most of its ascent. Conduit models typically neglect to account for temperature variations during ascent (Sahagian, 2005), but the small subset of models that explicitly consider temperature variations during magma ascent do so either by considering the contributions of both adiabatic vapor expansion and latent heat of crystallization to the temperature evolution of the magma (Kavanagh and Sparks, 2009; La Spina et al., 2015), or by making the assumption that the ascending magma follows an isentropic path (Mastin and Ghiorso, 2000; Mastin and Ghiorso, 2001; Campagnola et al., 2016; Kilinc, 2018). La Spina et al. Fire fountains from episode 1 of the Kilauea Iki eruption reached a maximum height of ∼380 m and produced ∼30 × 106 m3 of lava over 7 days (Richter et al., 1970; Eaton et al., 1987). The temperature of the magma is then adjusted until the enthalpy of the melt-vapor mixture calculated by equation (3) is in agreement with the enthalpy prescribed by equation (2) (Mastin and Ghiorso, 2000). To our knowledge, it is the only technique currently available that enables multi-stage syneruptive thermal histories of magma to be constrained. Finally, if the magma is quite silica-rich to begin with, there will still be some left at around 750° to 800°C, and from this last magma, potassium feldspar, quartz, and maybe muscovite mica will form. Irreversible processes such as viscous heating and irreversible vapor exsolution also lead to heat production during magma ascent (Fujii and Uyeda, 1974; Sahagian and Proussevitch, 1996; Koyaguchi, 2005; Mastin, 2005; Vedeneeva et al., 2005; Costa et al., 2007). • Melt inclusions from the 1959 Kilauea Iki fire fountain eruption record the highest syneruptive cooling rates (3–11°C/s) and the shortest cooling durations (4–19 s), while inclusions from the 1974 subplinian eruption of Fuego volcano record the lowest cooling rates (0.1–1.7°C/s) and longest cooling durations (21–368 s) of the studied eruptions. Syneruptive cooling rate sets the time available for CO2 diffusion within melt inclusions: Eruptive deposits that cool slowly allow extensive loss of CO2 into vapor bubbles, while rapidly cooled melt inclusions pass through a higher closure temperature for CO2 diffusion and allow less diffusion of CO2 into vapor bubbles. View all
387, 106664. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2019.106664, Beattie, P. (1993). As a mafic magma starts to cool, some of the silica combines with iron and magnesium to make olivine. MgO data from each inclusion have been fit to both one- and two-stage linear thermal histories. At Kilauea Iki, Conflow predicts that the magma undergoes very little cooling on ascent (Figure 8). Chemical mapping of a fumarolic field: La Fossa Crater, Vulcano Island (Aeolian Islands, Italy). Despite significant differences among our studied eruptions for all other parameters explored in this figure, the relationships between dT/dP and vapor volume fraction are approximately identical, illustrating that vapor volume fraction is the dominant control on dT/dP during adiabatic magma ascent. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2016.12.006, Hort, M., and Gardner, J. Melt inclusions and their host olivine phenocrysts were analyzed for major, minor, and trace elements using a Cameca SX100 microprobe (EMP) at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). 25, 3669–3672.
The studied eruptions exhibited a variety of eruptive styles [their volcanic explosivity indices (VEI) range from 1 to 4] and their pre-eruptive magmas contained variable water concentrations (from ∼0.5 to ∼4 wt% H2O). The Cs+ primary beam was tuned to achieve an approximate beam diameter of ∼5 μm and a current of ∼4 nA, with charge compensation provided by an electron gun. Sci. MN wrote the manuscript with input from all co-authors. The primary beam was rastered over a 10 × 10 μm area. • Our largest Seguam and Kilauea Iki melt inclusions have plateaus of MgO across their centers and narrow zones of MgO depletion at their edges that are consistent with approximately isothermal ascent followed by quenching on eruption (although we note that such profiles may not require isothermal ascent; see section “Do the MgO Plateaus Observed in Our Kilauea and Seguam Melt Inclusions Require Approximately Isothermal Magma Ascent, or Are More Complex Thermal Histories Possible”). (2020). (2016). (A) Two separate thermal histories are imposed: one in which the temperature increases and decreases by 20°C over a period of 100 min before quenching at 0.9°C/s (red dashed lines); and one in which the temperature first decreases and then increases by 20°C over a period of 100 min before quenching at 0.9°C/s (blue lines). The relatively uniform central MgO concentrations of the Kilauea Iki inclusions is consistent with a model of rapid syneruptive cooling (the Kilauea cooling model curve on Figure 3 assumes a cooling rate of 3.9°C/s) such that only inclusions with radii <30 μm (i.e., smaller than any of the inclusions analyzed) would have their center compositions modified by boundary layer diffusion. doi: 10.2138/am-2015-5036. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2011.11.009, Toplis, M. J. Mironov, N., Portnyagin, M., Botcharnikov, R., Gurenko, A., Hoernle, K., and Holtz, F. (2015). Geochim. Large waves crashing onto a shore bring a tremendous amount of energy that has a significant eroding effect. MN and TP designed the study. Magmatic conditions and Magma ascent as indicated by Hornblende phase equilibria and reactions in the 1995–2002 Soufrière Hills Magma. Res. flashcards on Quizlet. One of the largest sources of error in the models that have been developed to account for diffusion of CO2 into vapor bubbles is uncertainty in estimates of the syneruptive cooling rate (Maclennan, 2017; Tucker et al., 2019; Rasmussen et al., 2020). We note that clinopyroxenes from the Seguam eruption display textures and melt inclusions compositions consistent with rapid growth conditions during magma ascent (Lloyd et al., 2016b). (2019). Unlike the relatively dry Kilauea magma, Fuego and Seguam magmas contain ∼4 wt% water. Petrol. When does eruption run-up begin? Sci. Petrol. Mg# [molar Mg/(Mg + Fe2+)] of melt inclusions against forsterite content of their host olivine crystals. Inclusions from the subplinian eruptions experienced slower cooling, consistent with cooling during ascent in the conduit just prior to quenching on eruption (and/or cooling in the volcanic plume), while inclusions from the fire-fountain eruptions experienced rapid cooling, consistent with sub-aerial quenching, but not consistent with significant cooling in the conduit just prior to eruption. Christian aus Neubrandenburg stellt die Frage: "Wie heiß ist ein Vulkan?" A body of rock starts at location A in the graph below. 105, 8457–8472. Petrol. Alternatively, the concave-up MgO profiles could be a consequence of multicomponent diffusion effects (Saper and Stolper, 2020) or they could conceivably be an artifact of melt advection during growth of the large vapor bubbles observed in the majority of these inclusions. (2014) of using MgO concentration gradients in olivine-hosted melt inclusions to constrain their syneruptive thermal histories provides a direct record of syn- and post-eruptive magma temperatures during cooling from liquidus temperature to the temperature corresponding to the lowest measured MgO in the melt. For the Kilauea melt inclusions (in Fo83–88 hosts), calculation of the liquid MgO concentration implied by equilibrium with the far-field olivine [using the model of Toplis (2005) to calculate a KD of 0.33 and assuming a molar Fe3+/Fe2+ ratio of 0.18 (Helz et al., 2017)] reveals that all of the melt inclusions in this suite have undergone extensive post-entrapment crystallization (9.25–25%; see Figure 2). Kostenloser Versand . We measured major element concentration gradients across a total of 40 olivine-hosted melt inclusions: 19 from Fuego (12 inclusions from ash, 6 inclusions from bomb interiors, and 1 inclusion from lapilli), 12 from Seguam, and 9 from Kilauea (6 inclusions from Kilauea Iki, 2 inclusions from the 1500 CE reticulite, and 1 inclusion from the 1650 CE subplinian deposit). 549, 119700. doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2020.119700. Kostenloser Versand . The high cooling rates inferred for the Kilauea Iki and Seguam fire fountain eruptions are consistent with air quenching over tens of seconds during and after fragmentation and eruption. An irregular coast, like the west coast of Vancouver Island, will eventually become straightened, although that process will take millions of years. Here the different layers of the sedimentary rock have different resistance to erosion. 73, 511–529. Ruth, D. C., Costa, F., de Maisonneuve, C. B., Franco, L., Cortés, J. A selection of basaltic and basaltic andesitic glasses with well-characterized major element and volatile contents were used as standards (see Supplementary Data Tables). The existence of central plateaus in MgO and other major element concentrations in these inclusions indicates that the post-entrapment crystallization that impacted the central compositions of the inclusions must have happened long enough prior to ascent and syneruptive quenching that the inclusions had time to diffusively re-homogenize. Magma heating by decompression-driven crystallization beneath andesite volcanoes. 538:203. Le Voyer, M., Asimow, P. D., Mosenfelder, J. L., Guan, Y., Wallace, P. J., Schiano, P., et al. doi: 10.2138/am.2005.1769, Lynn, K. J., Garcia, M. O., Shea, T., Costa, F., and Swanson, D. A. Cooling rate calculations for silicate glasses. B. • Mafic rocks are darker in color than Felsic rocks. As a magma cools below 1300°C, minerals start to crystallize within it. As the temperature decreases, the MgO concentration in the melt at the edge of the inclusion evolves according to the temperature-dependent partition coefficient of MgO between melt and olivine (Newcombe et al., 2014). Surv. doi: 10.1007/s00410-012-0800-2, Lloyd, A. S., Ferriss, E., Ruprecht, P., Hauri, E. H., Jicha, B. R., and Plank, T. (2016a). Solid Earth 91, 509–513. Res. 51, 2411–2444. Rev. Felsic magmas tend to be cooler than mafic magmas when crystallization begins (because they don’t have to be as hot to remain liquid), and so they may start out crystallizing pyroxene (not olivine) and plagioclase. Nature communications 7, 13402. Contrib. (2005). Lett. Bowen's Reaction Series describes the temperatures at which different common silicate minerals change from the liquid to solid phase (or from the solid to liquid). Myers, M. L., Wallace, P. J., Wilson, C. J., Watkins, J. M., and Liu, Y. H. L. Zhang, M. M. Hirschmann, E. Cottrell, A. C. Withers. (2016), who used volatile concentration gradients in olivine-hosted melt embayments to determine magma ascent rates during each eruption. Earth Planet. The magma is assumed to ascend from 220 MPa to the surface and to contain an initial water concentration of 4.2 wt%. The rock will have some relatively large crystals (phenocrysts) of the minerals that crystallized early, and the rest will be very fine grained or even glassy. No use, distribution or reproduction is permitted which does not comply with these terms. Parfitt, E., and Wilson, L. (1995). This type of magma has a low gas content and low viscosity, or resistance to flow. Prior to data collection, the sample area was pre-sputtered for 120 s in order to remove the gold coat and surface contamination. 29, 275–289. Thermometers and barometers for volcanic systems. Figure 17.2.4: Image by Dr. David Murphy. Felsic rocks are usually light in color and have specific gravities less than 3. As far as molten rocks go, mafic magmas are fairly runny, with viscosities ranging from molasses to peanut butter. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. A parcel of magma that ascends slowly enough to allow significant loss of heat and/or mass through the conduit walls cannot be approximated as an adiabatic system. The sample preparation protocols and analytical standards were the same as used for the nanoSIMS analyses described above. We selected six olivine-hosted melt inclusions from tephra layer ρ17 of Stovall et al. Each point represents an average of ∼5 MgO measurements. Note that in these examples, there is a net temperature change of ±10°C between the initial temperature and the temperature reached just prior to quenching. This raises the question of the extent to which water loss (which is known to drive olivine crystallization) could be contributing to the apparent temperature decreases inferred from MgO zonation in the Fuego inclusions. Geotherm. Acta 254, 156–172. The Conflow model calculates the temperature change of ascending magma by applying the following expression of energy conservation (Mastin and Ghiorso, 2001): where h is specific enthalpy of the magma-gas mixture, u is velocity, z is depth, and g is gravitational acceleration. Mineral. B. As described in the Introduction, the most reasonable process responsible for driving magma cooling on ascent is adiabatic expansion of a vapor phase. Rose, W. I., Anderson, A. T., Woodruff, L. G., and Bonis, S. B. Res. Future efforts are needed to constrain the families of possible thermal histories that satisfy major element zonation data in olivine-hosted melt inclusions, perhaps by coupling with models of magma ascent based on thermodynamic and fluid dynamic principles; however, such efforts are beyond the scope of this work. “Magmatic water content controls Magma storage depth,” in Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting 2019, San Francisco, CA. However, the assumptions of isentropic models are easily violated, e.g., if the magma crystallizes or stalls on ascent, or if melt-vapor segregation occurs. The partition coefficient for water between melt and olivine is assumed to be 0.001 and the external magma is assumed to follow a closed-system degassing path (Newman and Lowenstern, 2002). This challenge has been met by the development of several analytical (Hartley et al., 2014; Moore et al., 2015), modeling (Wallace et al., 2015; Maclennan, 2017; Tucker et al., 2019; Rasmussen et al., 2020) and experimental (Mironov et al., 2015; Rasmussen et al., 2020) approaches to correct for diffusion of CO2 from melt inclusions into their vapor bubbles. The origins of the correlation observed in Figure 6 are discussed in section “Causes of Variations in Best-Fit Thermal Histories Among Different Eruptions.”. A number of processes that take place within a magma chamber can affect the types of rocks that form once magma cools and crystallizes. Volcanol. (A) Temperature-time path imposed by the forward model. Felsic rocks have a lower melting point than mafic rocks and felsic magma has a lower temperature. Compare these with those in the table above to determine whether each of these samples is felsic, intermediate, or mafic. Petrol. (C) Imposed thermal histories used to generate the model curves in (D). The ascent of water-rich magma and decompression heating: a thermodynamic analysis. J. Geophys. Temperature changes expected during adiabatic ascent of magma along both isentropic and isenthalpic paths are considered in detail by Mastin and Ghiorso (2001). When it comes to its features, heat, fluidity, and gas content, andesitic magma is … Additionally, several studies of dome-building eruptions at Soufriere Hills (Devine et al., 1998; Rutherford and Devine, 2003) have found evidence for heating events just prior to and/or during magma ascent and eruption (much of this heating was attributed to recharge of hot basaltic magma, but some of the heating could conceivably be a result of syneruptive degassing-driven crystallization). The Fuego melt inclusions exhibit a clear relationship between their central MgO concentrations and the size of the inclusions (Figure 3): On average, the smallest inclusions have the lowest central MgO concentrations and vice versa. Quartz has a relatively low melting temperature, so magma with a higher silica content can form at much cooler temperatures relative to magma that contains denser elements such as iron or magnesium. Geochem. a rock weathering remnant in the form of an arch (typically along a coast and resulting from wave erosion). Res. In order to avoid potential complexities in the ascent and thermal histories of magmas that have mixed with degassed and cooled drainback lava in the conduit, we focus on tephra from episode 1 of the eruption which was the least affected by lava drainback and shallow storage. Mineral. Hottest. 333, 171–180. Given the many challenges of numerically reproducing the complex and dynamic conduit environment, we turn instead to the development of syneruptive magma thermometers that can more directly assess syneruptive P-T-t paths of magmas with fewer a priori assumptions. Most felsic magma will stay deeper in the crust and will cool to form igneous intrusive rocks such as granite and granodiorite. Magma decompression rates during explosive eruptions of Kîlauea volcano, Hawaii, recorded by melt embayments. Cosmochim. In order to address this uncertainty in our model, we performed an experiment to determine DMgO in hydrous arc basaltic melt. If this water loss happened above the closure temperature for MgO, it would drive crystallization equivalent to a temperature drop of 37.5°C. A key component of the model of Newcombe et al. Sci. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2004.09.009, Kress, V. C., and Ghiorso, M. S. (1995). doi: 10.1017/s0022112089001497, Kavanagh, J. L., and Sparks, R. S. J. Therefore, the Liangcheng garnet granitoids represent high-temperature (> 900 °C), H 2 O-undersaturated, strongly peraluminous granitoids, and are produced by large-scale melting of metasedimentary rocks and subsequent mixing between restite-rich anatectic melt and mafic magma. Several models of the temperature evolution of volcanic plumes suggest that tephra rapidly cools below the closure temperature of MgO within ∼101 s in both fire-fountain plumes (Porritt et al., 2012) and during Plinian eruptions (Sparks, 1986; Hort and Gardner, 2000). doi: 10.1093/petrology/44.8.1433, Sahagian, D. (2005). 141, 307–321. Contrib. Figure 8 shows a comparison between temperature-time paths calculated by Conflow and best-fit temperature-time paths determined by fitting MgO concentration gradients in olivine-hosted melt inclusions. Roeder, P., and Emslie, R. (1970). We have conducted some simple forward models to test whether the MgO plateaus observed in our Seguam melt inclusions are consistent with the kinds of temperature variations predicted by the La Spina et al. Earth Planet. Geol. If, furthermore, this parcel of magma experiences minimal syneruptive crystallization, irreversible gas exsolution (Sahagian and Proussevitch, 1996), or viscous heating, then its ascent may be considered approximately isentropic. However, many parameters required by these models are poorly constrained (see analysis by Birnie and Dyar, 1986) and the models make many simplifying assumptions (e.g., the easiest models to implement are analytical solutions to the heat equation that assume a constant boundary temperature) such that they cannot capture the complexities of syn- and post-eruptive thermal histories of real volcanic clasts. Geotherm. Petrologic evidence for pre-eruptive pressure-temperature conditions, and recent reheating, of andesitic magma erupting at the Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat, W.I. (2000). 143, 29–52. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2014.06.002, London, D. (2005). (The values are similar to those shown in Figure 3.3.4.). 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