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Recent structural analysis of the Grey’s Landing ignimbrite offers new insights into the emplacement of rheomorphic ignimbrites. We present several key localities, where volcanological and structural features reveal the emplacement history of a lavalike ignimbrite and the evolution of ductile deformation structures during and after deposition across complex topography. Excellent three-dimensional exposure allows us to interpret structural features of the Grey’s Landing ignimbrite in the context of diverse emplacement models for rheomorphic ignimbrites elsewhere and to consider field criteria to distinguish between lava-like ignimbrites and extensive silicic lavas.

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