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Decoding magma plumbing and geochemical evolution beneath the Lastarria volcanic complex (Northern Chile)—Evidence for multiple magma storage regions

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Year:
2017
Type of Publication:
Artikel
Schlüsselwörter:
Lastarria, Lazufre, Magma plumbing system, Andesite, Magmatic differentiation, Magma mixing, Geothermobarometry, Pre-eruptive conditions
Autoren:
Stechern, André; Just, Tobias; Holtz, François; Blume-Oeste, Magdalena; Namur, Olivier
Journal:
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Volume:
338
Seiten:
25 - 45
ISSN:
0377-0273
BibTex:
Kurzzusammenfassung:
The petrology of quaternary andesites and dacites from Lastarria volcano was investigated to reconstruct the magma plumbing and storage conditions beneath the volcano. The mineral phase compositions and whole-rock major and trace element compositions were used to constrain temperature, pressure and possible mechanisms for magma differentiation. The applied thermobarometric models include two-pyroxene thermobarometry, plagioclase-melt thermometry, amphibole composition thermobarometry, and Fe-Ti oxide thermo-oxybarometry. The overall temperature estimation is in the range 840°C to 1060°C. Calculated oxygen fugacity ranges between NNO to NNO+1. Results of the geo-barometric calculations reveal multiple magma storage regions, with a distinct storage level in the uppermost crust (~6.5–8km depth), a broad zone at mid-crustal levels (~10–18km depth), and a likely deeper zone at intermediate to lower crustal levels (>20km depth). The highest temperatures in the range 940–1040°C are recorded in minerals stored in the mid-crustal levels (~10–18km depth). The whole-rock compositions clearly indicate that magma mixing is the main parameter controlling the general differentiation trends. Complex zoning patterns and textures in the plagioclase phenocrysts confirm reheating and remobilization processes due to magma replenishment.
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