Active Crater of Mutnovsky Volcano (1960-1964, Kamchatka, Russia)
Vakin, E A
Kirsanov, I T
Pronin, A A
This is a summary of major element and elemental compound chemical analyses of igneous rocks, fumarole gases, and vapor condensates from the active crater of Mutnovsky volcano, Kamchatka, Russia. Rock analyses are all from the active crater: 3 samples total, a dyke, a lava flow and fine pyroclastic deposits all from the eruption initiated in 1960. Fumarole gases and their vapor condensates were collected from fumaroles on the north-eastern side of the Mutnovsky active crater in 1963 by E.A. Vakin, and again by A.A. Pronin and others in 1964.
How to cite this dataset:
Vakin, E. A., Kirsanov, I. T., Pronin, A. A., 2014. Active Crater of Mutnovsky Volcano (1960-1964, Kamchatka, Russia), Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100502.
DOI Creation Date:
Vakin, E.A.; Kirsanov, I.T.; Pronin, A.A. (1966), "Active Crater of Mutnovsky Volcano (1960-1964, Kamchatka, Russia)". Volcanology Station Bulletin of the USSR Science Academy Siberian Section Volcanology Institute, 40:25-35.
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Coverage Scope: Other
Geographic Location: Russia, Kamchatka, Mutnovsky volcano
User Contributed Keyword(s):
volatiles, volcanic gas, fumarole gas, volcanoes, vapor condensates, igneous rocks
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