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524.#.#.a: Luhr, James F. (1993). Petrology and geochemistry of stage-I andesites and dacites from the caldera wall of Volcán Colima, Mexico. Geofísica Internacional; Vol. 32 No. 4, 1993. Recuperado de https://repositorio.unam.mx/contenidos/42566

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520.3.#.a: Major and trace element concentrations and modes are reported for 10 andesitic and dacitic lavas from stage-I activity at Volcán Colima. Nine of these samples were collected from the walls of the summit caldera, formed by one or more major, Mount St. Helens-type collapse events during the Holocene. These data are contrasted with data for lavas erupted during stage II, following formation of the caldera, and are also discussed in the light of all available analyses for the southward-younging volcanic chain that runs from Volcán Cántaro in the north, through Nevado de Colima, to Volcán Colima in the south. Both the stage-I and the stage-II lavas of Volcán Colima are significantly richer in SiO2 than contemporaneous scoriae erupted during the Holocene. Stage-I lavas range to higher SiO2 values tan stage-II lavas, however, a pattern that is also evident in the evolution of magma compositions with time at Nevado. The lavas from Volcán Cántaro are relatively enriched in K2O, Sr, La, Ce, and Sm compared to all samples from stage from the stage-II activity at Volcán Colima, but four of the stage-I lavas discussed in this paper also show these enrichments. Compared to the stage-II Volcán Colima lavas, those from both stage I and front Volcán Cántaro have lower Yb and Lu abundances and higher La/Yb and Sr/Yb values. These features probably reflect a relatively greater role for residual gamet in the source regions for the earlier magmas, which would act to retain the heavy rare earth elements. The lavas from Volcán Cántaro and the stage-I from Volcán Colima also show relatively lower Rb/Sr values than the stage-II lavas. This difference could reflect a shift with time away from a mantle source containing amphibole of any other mineral that could retain Rb upon melting. The preferred interpretation for the transition to higher Yb, Lu, and Rb/Sr and lower La/Yb and Sr/Yb following caldera formation at Volcán Colima is a shift in the relative contributions of source components to the magmas, with a decrease in melting of the garnet-amphibole-bearing subducted slab, and an increase in melts derived from the overlying mantle wedge.

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Petrology and geochemistry of stage-I andesites and dacites from the caldera wall of Volcán Colima, Mexico.

Luhr, James F.

Instituto de Geofísica, UNAM, publicado en Geofísica Internacional, y cosechado de Revistas UNAM

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Luhr, James F. (1993). Petrology and geochemistry of stage-I andesites and dacites from the caldera wall of Volcán Colima, Mexico. Geofísica Internacional; Vol. 32 No. 4, 1993. Recuperado de https://repositorio.unam.mx/contenidos/42566

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Autor(es)
Luhr, James F.
Tipo
Artículo de Investigación
Área del conocimiento
Físico Matemáticas y Ciencias de la Tierra
Título
Petrology and geochemistry of stage-I andesites and dacites from the caldera wall of Volcán Colima, Mexico.
Fecha
2013-06-10
Resumen
Major and trace element concentrations and modes are reported for 10 andesitic and dacitic lavas from stage-I activity at Volcán Colima. Nine of these samples were collected from the walls of the summit caldera, formed by one or more major, Mount St. Helens-type collapse events during the Holocene. These data are contrasted with data for lavas erupted during stage II, following formation of the caldera, and are also discussed in the light of all available analyses for the southward-younging volcanic chain that runs from Volcán Cántaro in the north, through Nevado de Colima, to Volcán Colima in the south. Both the stage-I and the stage-II lavas of Volcán Colima are significantly richer in SiO2 than contemporaneous scoriae erupted during the Holocene. Stage-I lavas range to higher SiO2 values tan stage-II lavas, however, a pattern that is also evident in the evolution of magma compositions with time at Nevado. The lavas from Volcán Cántaro are relatively enriched in K2O, Sr, La, Ce, and Sm compared to all samples from stage from the stage-II activity at Volcán Colima, but four of the stage-I lavas discussed in this paper also show these enrichments. Compared to the stage-II Volcán Colima lavas, those from both stage I and front Volcán Cántaro have lower Yb and Lu abundances and higher La/Yb and Sr/Yb values. These features probably reflect a relatively greater role for residual gamet in the source regions for the earlier magmas, which would act to retain the heavy rare earth elements. The lavas from Volcán Cántaro and the stage-I from Volcán Colima also show relatively lower Rb/Sr values than the stage-II lavas. This difference could reflect a shift with time away from a mantle source containing amphibole of any other mineral that could retain Rb upon melting. The preferred interpretation for the transition to higher Yb, Lu, and Rb/Sr and lower La/Yb and Sr/Yb following caldera formation at Volcán Colima is a shift in the relative contributions of source components to the magmas, with a decrease in melting of the garnet-amphibole-bearing subducted slab, and an increase in melts derived from the overlying mantle wedge.
Tema
Colima; Mexico; calc-alkaline andesite; dacite; slab melting.; Colima; México; adesita calcialcalina; dacita; fusión de la placa.
Idioma
spa
ISSN
0016-7169

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