Environmental Effects on Volcanic Eruptions: From Deep Oceans to Deep Space / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer US
The book presents current research into the effect that environmental conditions have on volcanic eruptions and the subsequent emplacement of volcanic products. This is accomplished through a series of chapters that investigate specific environments - both terrestrial and extraterrestrial - and the expression of volcanic materials found within those settings. Current state-of-the-art numerical, analytical and computer models are used in most chapters to provide robust, quantitative insights into how volcanoes behave in different environmental settings.
Readership: Upper level undergraduates and new graduates. The book is primarily a presentation of research results rather than a tutorial for the general public. Textbook or supplementary reading for courses in volcanology or comparative planetology at college/university level.
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Table of ContentsList of Contributors. Preface. 1. Volcanic Diversity Throughout the Solar System; J.R. Zimbelman, T.K.P. Gregg. 2. Subaerial Terrestrial Volcanism: Eruptions in Our Own Backyard; J.R. Zimbelman, et al. 3. 'Fire and Ice': Volcanism and Ice Interactions on Earth and Mars; M.G. Chapman, et al. 4. Volcanism on the Red Planet: Mars; R. Greeley, et al. 5. Volcanism on Earth's Seafloor and Venus; E. Grosfils, et al. 6. Moon and Mercury: Determining the Environment of Volcanism in Early Planetary History; J.W. Head, III, et al. 7. Extreme Volcanism on Jupiter's Moon IO; A.S. McEwen, et al. 8. Exotic Lava Flows; H. Pinkerton, et al. 9. Volcanic Vestiges: Pulling It Together; T.K.P. Gregg, J.R. Zimbelman. Index.