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Journal: Elements
Published: 01 June 2019
Elements (2019) 15 (3): 191–196.
...Olivier Bachmann; Sharon R. Allen; Caroline Bouvet de Maisonneuve The Kos–Nisyros–Yali volcanic field has produced a range of volcanic products over the last 3 million years. Volumetrically, silicic magma dominates, and activity includes one of the largest known explosive eruptions of the Aegean...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2000
DOI: 10.1144/GSL.SP.2000.171.01.28
EISBN: 9781862394193
...Abstract Abstract There has been much debate about the fault pattern of Nisyros Island at the southeastern edge of the Aegean volcanic arc. The small active volcanic island, less than 200–100 ka old, is dominated by a well-developed caldera and by post-caldera domes that are less than 25 ka old...
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General geological map of Kos island and the <b>Nisyros</b> volcanic complex (modi...
Published: 21 April 2020
Fig. 1. General geological map of Kos island and the Nisyros volcanic complex (modified from Pe-Piper et al. 2005 ).
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2021
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2021) 140 (1): 16–28.
... located in the volcanic system Kos-Gyali-Nisyros. Nine gas samples have been collected on the island of Gyali in areas found both on land, in a small lake (~2000 m 2 ) along its beach, and in the sea close to the shore at shallow depths (<20 m). Results show that CO 2 is the prevailing gas species...
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Overview of <b>Nisyros</b> caldera taken from the east-southeast.    P hoto : G. V...
Published: 01 June 2019
Overview of Nisyros caldera taken from the east-southeast. P hoto : G. V ougioukalakis .
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View of <b>Nisyros</b> (  left  ) and Yali (  right  ) volcanoes from Kos Island. ...
Published: 01 June 2019
View of Nisyros ( left ) and Yali ( right ) volcanoes from Kos Island. Ruins of the Andimahia castle shown in foreground. P hoto : O. B achmann .
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Map of the Kos–<b>Nisyros</b>–Yali volcanic field (Greece) highlighting the extent...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 1. Map of the Kos–Nisyros–Yali volcanic field (Greece) highlighting the extent and distribution of volcanic deposits produced prior to, during, and after the paroxysmal caldera-forming eruption of the Kos Plateau Tuff (KPT). Distribution of the volcanic deposits is after Allen and McPhie
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Major and trace element compositions of magmas from the Kos–<b>Nisyros</b>–Yali vo...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 3. Major and trace element compositions of magmas from the Kos–Nisyros–Yali volcanic field. The probable liquid line of descent (LLD) is indicated with an arrowed black line on most plots; black arrowed lines also indicate differentiation trends at temperatures above and below
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Evolution of the Kos–<b>Nisyros</b>–Yali volcanic field (see  F ig . 1 ), illustra...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 4. Evolution of the Kos–Nisyros–Yali volcanic field (see F ig . 1 ), illustrating a possibly cyclic trend with the reconstruction of a large upper crustal reservoir bearing cool and oxidized, high-SiO 2 rhyolite akin to the KPT magma. 1. Early magmatic history with the production mafic
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Stone arches made by <b>Nisyros</b> ancient peoples using lava blocks of the Karav...
Published: 01 June 2019
Stone arches made by Nisyros ancient peoples using lava blocks of the Karaviotis post-caldera dome.
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(a) Fault–lineament map of <b>Nisyros</b> Island with the three main fault orienta...
Published: 29 August 2012
Figure 12. (a) Fault–lineament map of Nisyros Island with the three main fault orientations shown with different shades of grey. The hydrothermal explosion craters of Polyvotis (PV) and Stefanos (ST) are shown inside the caldera rim. LP – Lakki plain; LR
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( a ) Compositional groups observed in the Kos-<b>Nisyros</b> volcanic center (Eas...
Published: 01 November 2016
Figure 12 ( a ) Compositional groups observed in the Kos-Nisyros volcanic center (Eastern Aegean; see Pe-Piper and Moulton 2008 and Francalanci et al. 1995 ). ( b ) Tri-modality in compositions of volcanic rocks from Tenerife (modified from Sliwinski et al. 2015 ).
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Results of trace element modeling of primitive samples from <b>Nisyros</b> and San...
Published: 01 May 2016
Figure 2. Results of trace element modeling of primitive samples from Nisyros and Santorini (large symbols are new data from this study, open symbols are literature data). Miocene and younger Aegean and Anatolian volcanic rocks (<57 wt% SiO 2 ) are included. EMS—subducting eastern
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Pb-Nd isotope variation of <b>Nisyros</b> and Santorini. See  Figure 2  for symbol...
Published: 01 May 2016
Figure 3. Pb-Nd isotope variation of Nisyros and Santorini. See Figure 2 for symbols. EMS—eastern Mediterranean sea sediments; DIV—Pliocene to Quaternary Denizli-Isparta volcanism; KVP—Kula volcanic field (Quaternary alkali basalts); N-MORB—normal mid-oceanic ridge basalt; OIB—ocean island
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Figure 1. Location map showing major volcanic centers of Aegean arc, with K...
Published: 01 January 2007
Figure 1. Location map showing major volcanic centers of Aegean arc, with Kos-Nisyros complex located in easternmost part. Note thin Aegean continental crust (∼30 km thick for Kos-Nisyros area). Stippled pattern represents <30-km-thick crust.
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<b>NISYROS</b> VENT DATA
Published: 01 June 2009
TABLE 1. NISYROS VENT DATA
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Plot of log(C 2 &#x2F;C 3 ) versus log(C 1 &#x2F;C 2 ). Data from <b>Nisyros</b> gases and w...
Published: 01 June 2009
Figure 1. Plot of log(C 2 /C 3 ) versus log(C 1 /C 2 ). Data from Nisyros gases and well discharges from various tectonic settings are compared to those characteristic for random breakage and linkage of C bonds (with α denoting Schulz-Flory distribution factor, e.g., Giggenbach, 1997
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Continuous gravity, GPS, VLF, and seismicity from the <b>Nisyros</b> caldera, Gree...
Published: 20 November 2008
Continuous gravity, GPS, VLF, and seismicity from the Nisyros caldera, Greece, on May 16, 2006. (a) Includes signals caused by the arrival of surface waves at min 659 from a Mw = 7.4 seismic event (10:39 UTC) at the Kermadec Islands and a Mw = 6.8 earthquake in the Nias region
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 May 2016
Geology (2016) 44 (5): 367–370.
...Figure 2. Results of trace element modeling of primitive samples from Nisyros and Santorini (large symbols are new data from this study, open symbols are literature data). Miocene and younger Aegean and Anatolian volcanic rocks (<57 wt% SiO 2 ) are included. EMS—subducting eastern...
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Journal Article
Journal: Elements
Published: 01 June 2019
Elements (2019) 15 (3): 159–164.
...Overview of Nisyros caldera taken from the east-southeast. P hoto : G. V ougioukalakis . ...
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