Samuel B. Guze to Viktor Hamburger, May 15, 1987
Guze, Samuel B.
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Carey, Rebecca; Soule, Samuel A.; Manga, Michael; White, James D. L.; McPhie, Jocelyn; Wysoczanski, Richard; Jutzeler, Martin; Tani, Kenichiro; Yoerger, Dana R.; Fornari, Daniel J.; Caratori Tontini, Fabio; Houghton, Bruce; Mitchell, Samuel; Ikegami, Fumihiko; Conway, Chris E.; Murch, Arran; Fauria, Kristen; Jones, Meghan; Cahalan, Ryan; McKenzie, Warren (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018-01-10)The 2012 submarine eruption of Havre volcano in the Kermadec arc, New Zealand, is the largest deep-ocean eruption in history and one of very few recorded submarine eruptions involving rhyolite magma. It was recognized from ...
Manga, Michael; Fauria, Kristen; Lin, Christina; Mitchell, Samuel J.; Jones, Meghan; Conway, Chris E.; Degruyter, Wim; Hosseini, Behnaz; Carey, Rebecca; Cahalan, Ryan; Houghton, Bruce; White, James D. L.; Jutzeler, Martin; Soule, Samuel A.; Tani, Kenichiro (2018-02-14)A long-standing conceptual model for deep submarine eruptions is that high hydrostatic pressure hinders degassing and acceleration, and suppresses magma fragmentation. The 2012 submarine rhyolite eruption of Havre volcano ...
MacKinnon, Jennifer A.; Simmons, Harper L.; Hargrove, John; Thomson, Jim; Peacock, Thomas; Alford, Matthew H.; Barton, Benjamin I.; Boury, Samuel; Brenner, Samuel D.; Couto, Nicole; Danielson, Seth L.; Fine, Elizabeth C.; Graber, Hans C.; Guthrie, John D.; Hopkins, Joanne E.; Jayne, Steven R.; Jeon, Chanhyung; Klenz, Thilo; Lee, Craig M.; Lenn, Yueng-Djern; Lucas, Andrew J.; Lund, Björn; Mahaffey, Claire; Norman, Louisa; Rainville, Luc; Smith, Madison M.; Thomas, Leif N.; Torres-Valdes, Sinhue; Wood, Kevin R. (Nature Research, 2021-04-23)Unprecedented quantities of heat are entering the Pacific sector of the Arctic Ocean through Bering Strait, particularly during summer months. Though some heat is lost to the atmosphere during autumn cooling, a significant ...