(2014) to account for changes in the physical and chemical properties of basaltic melts resulting from water addition. Multicomponent diffusion in molten silicates: theory, experiments, and geological applications. Olivine phenocrysts containing melt inclusions and/or melt embayments were selected from the 1974 subplinian eruption of Fuego volcano; the 1977 fire-fountain eruption of Seguam volcano; and three eruptions of Kilauea volcano (episode 1 of the 1959 Kilauea Iki fire-fountain eruption, the 1500 CE vigorous fire-fountain eruption, and the 1650 CE subplinian eruption). 73, 1–18. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2004.09.008. The advantage of multicomponent diffusion treatment is the ability to simultaneously model diffusion profiles of other major oxides, but the temperature dependence of the multicomponent diffusion matrices are less well constrained than that of the effective binary diffusivity of MgO. YZ fit the results of the piston cylinder experiment. Earth Planet. Thus, we consider cooling rather than water loss to be the dominant driver of syneruptive crystallization in our Fuego ash melt inclusions. We have constrained syneruptive pressure-temperature-time (P-T-t) paths of mafic magmas using a combination of short-timescale cooling and decompression chronometers. Kilinc, A. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2009.07.011. The sequence in which minerals crystallize from a magma is known as the Bowen reaction series (Figure 3.10 and Who was Bowen). doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2014.06.002, London, D. (2005). Here, we consider magma ascent during explosive eruptions of mafic magmas. Given the many simplifying assumptions and limitations of most conductive cooling models, and the importance of cooling rate as a control on physical properties of erupting magma (and the ability of olivine-hosted melt inclusions to preserve pre-eruptive water concentrations), much effort has been made to develop techniques for directly measuring syn-eruptive cooling rates of pyroclasts (Zhang et al., 1997, 2000; Gottsmann and Dingwell, 2002; Xu and Zhang, 2002; Potuzak et al., 2008; Nichols et al., 2009; Newcombe et al., 2014; Saper and Stolper, 2020). Mueller, S. B., Houghton, B. F., Swanson, D. A., Poret, M., and Fagents, S. A. They're also the hottest variety of magma, reaching temperatures … 374, 145–155. On irregular coasts, the headlands receive much more wave energy than the intervening bays, and thus they are more strongly eroded. Parfitt, E., and Wilson, L. (1995). Magma collects in magma chambers in the crust at 160 kilometers (100 miles) beneath the surface of a volcano. Potuzak, M., Nichols, A. R. L., Dingwell, D. B., and Clague, D. A. Constraints on cooling and degassing of pumice during Plinian volcanic eruptions based on model calculations. This record could potentially be used to identify slowly cooled inclusions, and thereby assess the likelihood of syn- or post-eruptive water loss from the inclusions prior to making expensive and time-consuming measurements of their volatile contents. Mafic magma has relatively low silica content, roughly 50%, and higher contents in iron and magnesium. Blundy et al. Of the common silicate minerals, olivine normally crystallizes first, at between 1200° and 1300°C. A., and Calder, E. S. (2018). As described in the Introduction, the most reasonable process responsible for driving magma cooling on ascent is adiabatic expansion of a vapor phase. In some cases, individual plagioclase crystals can be zoned from calcium-rich in the centre to more sodium-rich around the outside. Cosmochim. (1997). Our code is freely available on Github1, the best-fit thermal histories and fits to the data are provided in the Supplementary Material, and the results of fitting the MgO gradients to the one-stage model are summarized in Figure 5. The model of Newcombe et al. We do not have constraints on the size of the specific clasts from which our reticulite melt inclusions were derived, but we note that clasts of up to ∼20 cm have been observed in the Keanakāko’i basal reticulite (May et al., 2015). H. L. Zhang, M. M. Hirschmann, E. Cottrell, A. C. Withers. Typical felsic rocks are granite and rhyolite (Figure 3.3.5). The deposition of reticulite so close to its vent is consistent with its eruption in a high fire fountain (estimated to be >600 m) from a deep caldera (estimated to be ∼200–300 m deep), such that any denser pumice and scoria fell back into the caldera, thereby allowing the preservation of the delicate reticulite along the caldera rim (Swanson et al., 2012). Controls on explosive-effusive volcanic eruption styles. (2019) and assuming 1D diffusion along the crystallographic ‘a’ direction at 1030°C. Amphibole inclusions in high forsterite olivine suggest … Shapes of water concentration gradients measured across clinopyroxene phenocrysts from this eruption are consistent with the timescales of magma ascent derived from the olivine-hosted melt embayments (Lloyd et al., 2016a). Geotherm. Thermal effects during magma ascent in conduits. The Supplementary Material for this article can be found online at: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/feart.2020.531911/full#supplementary-material, Aiuppa, A., Federico, C., Giudice, G., and Gurrieri, S. (2005). Geochem. The basal reticulite of the Keanakāko’i tephra is thought to have erupted c. 1500 CE from widely spaced vents around the rim of Kilauea’s caldera (Swanson et al., 2012; May et al., 2015). Multicomponent diffusion in basaltic melts at 1350° C. Geochim. Olivine-liquid equilibrium. This trend is consistent with the idea that the post-entrapment crystallization of this suite of inclusions occurred syneruptively rather than during long-timescale magma chamber processing (i.e., the boundary layer of MgO depletion produced during syneruptive olivine crystallization is able to propagate to the centers of the small inclusions in the suite, while this boundary layer is confined to the edges of the large inclusions such that their central MgO concentrations are unmodified). This requires the net temperature change between melt inclusion entrapment and the onset of syneruptive cooling to be minimal (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”). c. are less viscous than mafic magmas. Newman, S., and Lowenstern, J. J. Volcanol. As the temperature continues to drop, olivine becomes unstable while pyroxene becomes stable. Both models (red and blue curves) provide a reasonably good match to the data (black circles). Mineral. Solid Earth 91, 509–513. It is possible that the collapsing foam model could apply to the Keanakāko’i basal reticulite and the Keanakāko’i layer 6 deposit, both of which exhibit longer cooling durations (∼44–67 s) than those observed at Kilauea Iki; however, as noted in section “Samples From Kilauea Volcano (Hawaii),” the formation of reticulite is estimated to occur in <20 s (Mangan and Cashman, 1996), so textural constraints suggest that expansion of a foam layer in the conduit may not be a viable explanation for the relatively long thermal histories observed for the Keanakāko’i basal reticulite. By exploring a range of magma properties and eruptive styles, we aim to identify the dominant controls on syneruptive magma P-T-t paths that can be used to guide future conduit modeling efforts. The powdered starting material was placed in a Ni capsule containing a polished piece of San Carlos olivine. The results were studied under the microscope and by chemical analysis. One- and two-stage cooling model parameters are averages of parameters obtained by fitting individual melt inclusions from a given eruption (see Supplementary Data Tables). (2014)]. Kostenloser Versand . (2019). These samples were selected primarily because their syneruptive ascent histories have been previously constrained using volatile concentration gradients in melt embayments (Lloyd et al., 2014; Ferguson et al., 2016; Newcombe et al., 2020), volatile loss from olivine-hosted melt inclusions (Lloyd et al., 2013), and concentration gradients of water preserved in olivine and/or clinopyroxene phenocrysts (Lloyd et al., 2016a; Newcombe et al., 2020). The sample preparation protocols and analytical standards were the same as used for the nanoSIMS analyses described above. (2000). (2020). Blundy et al. For this reason, magma erupted during every eruptive episode after episode 1 suffered from mixing with lava that drained back into the vent during the previous eruptive episode(s) (Eaton et al., 1987; Wallace and Anderson, 1998; Sides et al., 2014). In summary, we find significant differences between best-fit thermal histories of melt inclusions from Fuego ash, Fuego bombs, Seguam, and Kilauea. Mafic or Basaltic Rock The class of rock which crystallizes from silicate minerals at relatively high temperatures is sometimes referred to as "mafic" rock. All datasets generated for this study are included in the article/Supplementary Material. Bowen’s reaction series is based on observations and experiments of natural rocks, the crystallization sequence of typical basaltic magma change as they cool. 72, 409–446. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2016.12.006, Hort, M., and Gardner, J. Transient, One-Dimensional Heat Conduction in a Convectively Cooled Sphere. Res. We have tested the effect of this temperature offset on our modeled thermal histories and we find that increasing our temperatures by ∼50°C results in an increase in our best-fit cooling rates by a factor of ∼2 (see Supplementary Material). *Correspondence: Megan E. Newcombe, firstname.lastname@example.org, Front. Earth Planet. (2019). Mineral. It is notable that the best-fit cooling durations for the ash-derived melt inclusions are significantly longer than the <1 s post-eruptive cooling duration calculated by the conductive cooling model employed by Lloyd et al. The softer rock will eventually be eroded and the big rock will become just another boulder on the beach. 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. 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). Reston, VA: United States Geological Survey. As the temperature drops, and providing that there is sodium left in the magma, the plagioclase that forms is a more sodium-rich variety. Mg# [molar Mg/(Mg + Fe2+)] of melt inclusions against forsterite content of their host olivine crystals. 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. An alternative explanation for the longer cooling durations observed for the Keanakāko’i basal reticulite is the effect of clast size (see section “Influence of Clast Size on Post-Eruptive Thermal Histories”). 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. Their host olivine crystals range in composition from Fo87 to Fo89 and the inclusions contain ∼0.6 wt% water. Lett. Res. At about the point where pyroxene begins to crystallize, plagioclase feldspar also begins to crystallize. (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. (2002). (2006) used plagioclase-melt thermometry to infer temperature increases of ∼100°C of andesitic magmas leading up to dome-building eruptions of Shiveluch and Mount Saint Helens volcanoes. We impose thermal histories with durations of ∼100 min (chosen to match the average duration of magma ascent determined via modeling of volatile diffusion in melt embayments; Newcombe et al., 2020) in which the temperature varies by up to ± 20°C prior to quenching on eruption. (2016a) report water concentrations of clinopyroxene phenocrysts and associated melt inclusions from tephra sample SEG-07-06 and from a coevally erupted lava flow, for which they developed a model of post-eruption water loss from the lava samples during slow cooling. • 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”). The term “felsic” refers to the high content of quartz laden feldspar minerals in the lava. Plagioclase-melt thermometry also reveals apparent temperature increases during magma ascent at Soufrière Hills, Mount Unzen, and Izu Oshima (Humphreys et al., 2016); however, Humphreys et al. doi: 10.1007/s004100050036, Glazner, A. F. (2019). Andesitic magma has a silica content of 55% to 65% with average levels of sodium, potassium, iron, calcium, and magnesium. Geochem. Quench rates in air, water, and liquid nitrogen, and inference of temperature in volcanic eruption columns. The compositions of typical mafic, intermediate, and felsic magmas are shown in Figure 3.3.4. 103, 952–965. If felsic rock surrounds a mafic magma chamber, that felsic rock will be incorporated into the chamber and the chamber will become larger and more intermediate in composition. If liquid is squeezed out by pressure, then crystals will be left behind. 183, 87–98. The controlling effect of viscous dissipation on magma flow in silicic conduits. A familiar example of this is Hawaii. Most felsic magma will stay deeper in the crust and will cool to form igneous intrusive rocks such as granite and granodiorite. (2008). Working mostly with basaltic magmas, he determined the order of crystallization of minerals as the temperature drops. doi: 10.1130/g21668.1, Blundy, J., Cashman, K., and Humphreys, M. (2006). Res. Geology 40, 915–918. Low viscosity means that mafic magma is the most fluid of magma types. Chronological Narrative of the 1959-60 Eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii. 520, 260–267. We interpret the ∼10 s of cooling recorded by the inclusions to represent quenching in the fire-fountain. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2016.09.003, Guo, C., and Zhang, Y. But it is the temperature at which mafic magma emplaced in crustal level. Portland, OR: Portland State University. Newcombe et al. In this case we would expect much longer durations of cooling in the conduit, driven by adiabatic expansion of the vapor-rich foam. See the answer. Geosci. Moore, L. R., Gazel, E., Tuohy, R., Lloyd, A. S., Esposito, R., Steele-MacInnis, M., et al. doi: 10.1093/petrology/egu003, Liang, Y. Geotherm. 9:2839. (1996). 393, 120–131. The olivine host of this melt inclusion has a composition of Fo89, and the inclusion contains 0.6 wt% water. Acta 59, 313–324. (2002). 4-19, pg. If minimal expansion or lifting work is done by the magma (e.g., slow-moving magma extruded during a dome-building eruption), and if heat production is able to exceed heat loss by conduction through the conduit walls, then the temperature of the magma may increase during ascent (Blundy et al., 2006; Glazner, 2019). The formation of this distinctive and delicate texture is thought to require rapid ascent and late vesiculation of supersaturated melt, followed by a period of textural maturation by Ostwald ripening in the eruptive fountain, which is estimated to occur in <20 s (Mangan and Cashman, 1996). Volcanol. If the magma cools slowly underground, the product will be gabbro; if it cools quickly at the surface, the product will be basalt (Figure 3.3.5). “Magmatic water content controls Magma storage depth,” in Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting 2019, San Francisco, CA. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2013.04.018, Shinohara, H. (2005). Mars appears to have cooled off to < 1300 °C within its first billion years, but considerable controversy exists over the interpretation of young (< 500 My) basaltic meteorites that record temperatures of 1550 °C. Controlled cooling-rate experiments on olivine-hosted melt inclusions: chemical diffusion and quantification of eruptive cooling-rates on Hawaii and Mars. Res. In 1912, Norman Levi Bowenhe joined the Carnegie Institution in Washington, D.C., where he carried out groundbreaking experimental research into the processes of cooling magmas. Several studies have been conducted of pre- and syn-eruptive temperature changes during andesitic dome-building eruptions. J. Volcanol. 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. doi: 10.1007/s00410-004-0629-4. What are the underlying processes and controls driving temperature changes during these eruptions? B. Following the exsolution of vapor dT/dP rapidly increases in response to adiabatic expansion and cooling of the vapor (which has a much higher thermal expansivity than the silicate liquid). 143, 1–15. These previous studies of syneruptive magma ascent will allow us to examine potential relationships between thermal histories and ascent histories of magmas in the last few seconds to hours of their transport to the surface. Together, these results are suggestive of a negative correlation between decompression rate and temperature change during ascent, which likely relates to higher degrees of melt-vapor segregation and more crystallization in slower ascending magmas. A high carbon content of the Hawaiian mantle from olivine-hosted melt inclusions. Prof. Pap. In order to satisfy conservation of energy, these energy increases must be balanced by a decrease in the internal energy of the magma. Sugawara, T. (2000). The purple curve uses an initial MgO of 9.6 wt% and a cooling rate of 3.9°C/s (designed to match the Kilauea Iki melt inclusions); the green curve uses an initial MgO of 6.7 wt% and a cooling rate of 3.1°C/s (to match the Seguam inclusions); the orange curve uses an initial MgO of 4.5 wt% and a cooling rate of 0.6°C/s; and the gray curve uses an initial MgO of 4.5 wt% and a cooling rate of 0.3°C/s (to match the Fuego bombs). The reticulite is golden-brown in color with clast diameters from <1 cm to ∼20 cm, and it exhibits a distinctive open-cell polyhedral structure (i.e., similar to honeycomb) with vesicularities of ∼95–98 vol.% (May et al., 2015). Bull. In order to address this uncertainty in our model, we performed an experiment to determine DMgO in hydrous arc basaltic melt. Melt inclusions sampled from the interiors of small (∼6 cm diameter) volcanic bombs at Fuego are found to have cooled more slowly on average than inclusions sampled from ash (with particle diameters < 2 mm) during the same eruption, as expected based on conductive cooling models. The magma is assumed to ascend from 220 MPa to the surface and to contain an initial water concentration of 4.2 wt%. Figure 3.3.1, 3.3.4, 3.3.5, 3.3.6, 3.3.7, 3.3.8: © Steven Earle. Once re-homogenized, information about the timescale of post-entrapment crystallization is lost from the melt inclusion, although information concerning the timescale of crystallization may be derived from chemical gradients in the surrounding host olivine (Danyushevsky et al., 2002). (2014) adopted a thermometer developed by Chen and Zhang (2008), which was calibrated using dissolution experiments of Fo90 San Carlos olivine in basaltic melt from the Juan de Fuca Ridge. Interestingly, some of the Seguam inclusions (Seg4-MI1, Seg5-MI1, Seg6-MI1, and Seg7-MI1; see Supplementary Material) exhibit subtle hints of concave-up concentration gradients of MgO across their centers, which may reflect a period of heating prior to quenching on eruption. From experimental studies of magma and crystal formation, we know that mafic minerals crystallize at higher temperatures than felsic minerals. The origins of the correlation observed in Figure 6 are discussed in section “Causes of Variations in Best-Fit Thermal Histories Among Different Eruptions.”. 11, 678–681. Res. Washington, DC: Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, 320. Bull. Olivine-melt relationships and syneruptive redox variations in the 1959 eruption of Kîlauea Volcano as revealed by XANES. Relatively high specific gravity (generally greater than 3.0) Silica/Oxygen: 45% to 52%. a. Mafic magma is hotter, allowing gases to remain dissolved in the magma. Koyaguchi, T. (2005). doi: 10.1007/s004100000210. (2020). c. Mafic magma is richer in iron, keeping gases in the crystalline phase. Another possibility for explaining the longer cooling durations recorded by melt inclusions from our more explosive eruptive deposits is that the carrier magma for these melt inclusions contained a high vapor fraction in the shallow conduit that drove cooling via adiabatic decompression during the last few minutes of magma ascent in the conduit (considered in greater detail below). doi: 10.1007/s00445-002-0220-7, Guo, C., and Zhang, Y. Ferguson, D. J., Gonnermann, H. M., Ruprecht, P., Plank, T., Hauri, E. H., Houghton, B. F., et al. 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. 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). 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