The influence of crystal-size distributions on dynamic processes in magmatic systems and the rheology of magmas

Johannes Klein
The rheology of a magma is recognized as a one of the crucial parameters for the understanding of processes and features throughout a volcanic system. Despite its key role in governing volcanic processes, magma rheology is extremely difficult to constrain in time and space within a natural volcanic system. It is well known from laboratory studies and observations in natural volcanic systems that the amount of crystals suspended in the melt, and the degree to...
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