Publications 2019 Rang A

7 publication(s) trouvée(s).
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  1. Bernard K., Van Wyk De Vries B., Thouret J.C. (2019). Fault textures in volcanic debris-avalanche deposits and transformations into lahars: The Pichu Pichu thrust lobes in south Peru compared to worldwide avalanche deposits. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research vol.371, p.116-136, DOI:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2019.01.008 .
  2. Bouloton J., Gasquet D., Pin C. (2019). Petrogenesis of the Early-Triassic quartz-monzodiorite dykes from Central Jebilet (Moroccan Meseta): Trace element and Nd-Sr isotope constraints on magma sources, and inferences on their geodynamic context. Journal of African Earth Sciences vol.149, p.451-464, DOI:10.1016/j.jafrearsci.2018.08.023 .
  3. Chevrel O., Harris A., Ajas A., Biren J., Gurioli L., Calabrò L. (2019). Investigating physical and thermal interactions between lava and trees: the case of Kīlauea’s July 1974 flow. Bulletin of Volcanology vol.81, p.6, DOI:10.1007/s00445-018-1263-8 .
  4. Fontana E., Renac C., Mexias A.S., Barats A., Gerbe M.C., Lopes R.W., Nardi L.V.S. (2019). Mass balance and origin of fluids associated to smectite and chlorite/smectite alteration in Seival Mine Cu–Mineralization – Camaquã Basin – Brazil (Part II). Journal of Geochemical Exploration vol.196, p.20-32, DOI:10.1016/j.gexplo.2018.10.001 .
  5. Freitas D., Manthilake G., Chantel J., Bouhifd A., Andrault D. (2019). Simultaneous measurements of electrical conductivity and seismic wave velocity of partially molten geological materials: effect of evolving melt texture. Physics and Chemistry of Minerals DOI:10.1007/s00269-019-01021-5 .
  6. Guillot S., Agbossoumondé Y., Bascou J., Berger J., Duclaux G., Hilairet N., Ménot R.P. (2019). Transition from subduction to collision recorded in the Pan-African arc complexes (Mali to Ghana). Precambrian Research vol.320, p.261-280, DOI:10.1016/j.precamres.2018.11.007 .
  7. Rolland Y., Bernet M., van der Beek P., Gautheron C., Duclaux G., Bascou J., Balvay M., Héraudet L., Sue C., Ménot R.P. (2019). Late PaleozoicIce Age glaciers shaped East Antarctica landscape. Earth and Planetary Science Letters vol.506, p.123-133, DOI:10.1016/j.epsl.2018.10.044 .

 

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