If the magma has a low viscosity— which is likely if the magma is mafic—the crystals that form early, such as olivine (Figure 7.11a), may slowly settle toward the bottom of the magma chamber (Figure 7.11b). Multicomponent diffusion in a basaltic melt: temperature dependence. (2020) report best-fit decompression rates for the Seguam 1977 eruption spanning 0.02 to 0.23 MPa/s, based on fitting volatile concentration gradients in olivine-hosted melt embayments and fitting water concentration gradients along the crystallographic “a” axis of olivine phenocrysts. B. A number of processes that take place within a magma chamber can affect the types of rocks produced in the end. Geophys. Cosmochim. (2013) characterized water concentrations of olivine-hosted melt inclusions from clasts of different sizes (fine-grained ash, lapilli, and bombs) erupted at Fuego on 17th October, 1974, and they found that those inclusions from the interiors of the large bomb clasts had lost more water than the inclusions derived from the fine-grained ash. Further details of the studied eruptions are provided below. Res. Their host olivine crystals range in composition from Fo87 to Fo89 and the inclusions contain ∼0.6 wt% water. It is a sorting tool according to the temperature at which they crystallize common magmatic silicate minerals. Ford, C., Russell, D., Craven, J., and Fisk, M. (1983). We have constrained syneruptive pressure-temperature-time (P-T-t) paths of mafic magmas using a combination of short-timescale cooling and decompression chronometers. Geol. The basal reticulite of the Keanakāko’i tephra is thought to have erupted c. 1500 CE from widely spaced vents around the rim of Kilauea’s caldera (Swanson et al., 2012; May et al., 2015). b. Mafic magma is denser, keeping gases from moving up toward the surface. doi: 10.1093/petrology/44.8.1433, Sahagian, D. (2005). This feature started out as a sea cave, and then, after being eroded from both sides, became an arch. The composition of the original magma is critical to magma crystallization because it determines how far the reaction process can continue before all of the silica is used up. Mafic Rock is first and foremost attractive due to its comparatively low Thermal Conductivity, which makes it a quite decent insulator. Mafic magma is produced over hot spots in Earth’s mantle. Irreversible processes such as viscous heating and irreversible vapor exsolution also lead to heat production during magma ascent (Fujii and Uyeda, 1974; Sahagian and Proussevitch, 1996; Koyaguchi, 2005; Mastin, 2005; Vedeneeva et al., 2005; Costa et al., 2007). Geosci. Replicate analyses of glass standards FR:ND-60-01 and MR:ND-70-01 yielded average RSDs of <1% for SiO2, <2% for Al2O3 and MgO, and <3% for FeO and CaO. Petrol. 241, 177–206. An analytical study for 1-dimensional steady flow in volcanic conduits. Mastin, L. G., and Ghiorso, M. S. (2000). The Conflow model is used here to calculate the expected changes in temperature, pressure, velocity, and vapor volume fraction during syneruptive ascent of magmas at Fuego, Seguam, and Kilauea volcanoes. Additionally, constraints of cooling rates from individual olivine-hosted melt inclusions will allow more accurate reconstruction of pre-eruptive volatile contents using published models of vapor bubble formation (Maclennan, 2017; Tucker et al., 2019; Rasmussen et al., 2020). Richter, D. H., Eaton, J. P., Murata, K. J., Ault, W. U., and Krivoy, H. L. (1970). It erupts non-explosively and moves very quickly when it … Best-fit one- and two-stage thermal histories for (C) Fuego inclusions VF131-4 and VF134D-15 and (F) Seg13-MI1 and Iki1-MI9. Reston, VA: United States Geological Survey. doi: 10.2138/am-2016-5314, Jaupart, C., and Vergniolle, S. (1989). Similarly, it is widely recognized that olivine-hosted melt inclusions are susceptible to syneruptive and post-eruptive water loss via diffusion of water through the host olivine (Massare et al., 2002; Gaetani et al., 2012; Bucholz et al., 2013; Lloyd et al., 2013; Le Voyer et al., 2014). SIMS analysis of volatiles in silicate glasses: 1. Lett. Selbst auf Bildern wird deutlich: die Temperaturen bei einem Vulkanausbruch müssen unvorstellbar hoch sein. Note: On Earth, oceanic crust is always mafic, continental crust is mostly felsic. Chemical zonation in olivine-hosted melt inclusions. Petrol. • Our constraints on the P-T-t paths of magmas erupted at Kilauea Iki are consistent with the predictions of conduit models that assume isentropic magma ascent and little degassing-driven crystallization. Andesitic Magma. (2016a) report water concentrations of clinopyroxene phenocrysts and associated melt inclusions from tephra sample SEG-07-06 and from a coevally erupted lava flow, for which they developed a model of post-eruption water loss from the lava samples during slow cooling. This is probably also true at other valcanoes and hence surface temperature measurements, as yet, give little data as to the temperature of the magma below the influence of surface agencies. mafic minerals (e.g. If that magma is then involved in a volcanic eruption, the rest of the liquid will cool quickly to form a porphyritic texture. Mafic magma has relatively low silica content, roughly 50%, and higher contents in iron and magnesium. Average best-fit cooling durations and cooling rates versus best-fit decompression rates for each eruption. Natural silicate melts are multicomponent systems, and the diffusion of any one component depends on the concentration gradients of all of the other components. MN and TP designed the study. (2017). Our expectation is that, for a given cooling rate, there will be a critical melt inclusion radius above which the leading edge of the diffusive boundary layer produced during syneruptive olivine crystallization will not be able to propagate to the center of the inclusion, thereby leaving the centers of all inclusions that are larger than this critical radius unmodified from their pre-eruptive compositions. At Seguam and Fuego, we do not find good agreement between the Conflow model and our thermal histories determined from modeling of MgO gradients in olivine-hosted melt inclusions. • Melt inclusions from the 1959 Kilauea Iki fire fountain eruption record the highest syneruptive cooling rates (3–11°C/s) and the shortest cooling durations (4–19 s), while inclusions from the 1974 subplinian eruption of Fuego volcano record the lowest cooling rates (0.1–1.7°C/s) and longest cooling durations (21–368 s) of the studied eruptions. We interpret the ∼10 s of cooling recorded by the inclusions to represent quenching in the fire-fountain. From experimental studies of magma and crystal formation, we know that mafic minerals crystallize at higher temperatures than felsic minerals. Post-entrapment modification of volatiles and oxygen fugacity in olivine-hosted melt inclusions. Commonly even very felsic rocks will not have biotite or muscovite because they may not have enough aluminum or enough hydrogen to make the OH complexes that are necessary for mica minerals. A high carbon content of the Hawaiian mantle from olivine-hosted melt inclusions. Effects of eruption and lava drainback on the H 2 O contents of basaltic magmas at Kilauea Volcano. Res. Fire fountains from episode 1 of the Kilauea Iki eruption reached a maximum height of ∼380 m and produced ∼30 × 106 m3 of lava over 7 days (Richter et al., 1970; Eaton et al., 1987). This model is one of few existing conduit models that consider temperature changes of magma during ascent (Sahagian, 2005). The olivine host of this melt inclusion has a composition of Fo89, and the inclusion contains 0.6 wt% water. The colored curves indicate equilibrium between olivine and melt, assuming the composition-dependent model for KD proposed by Toplis (2005) (Fuego in green, Seguam in orange, and Kilauea in purple). Most felsic magma will stay deeper in the crust and will cool to form igneous intrusive rocks such as granite and granodiorite. BFH collected Kilauea samples. Cosmochim. We greatly appreciate AK and TK for their insightful reviews, and TU for her thoughtful editorial handling. As far as molten rocks go, mafic magmas are fairly runny, with viscosities ranging from molasses to peanut butter. 165, 129–153. As described in the Introduction, the most reasonable process responsible for driving magma cooling on ascent is adiabatic expansion of a vapor phase. Bull. (1978). As it cools further, much of the remaining silica goes into calcium-rich plagioclase, and any silica left may be used to convert some of the olivine to pyroxene. 1500 CE,” in Hawaiian Volcanoes: From Source to Surface, Vol. The relatively uniform central MgO concentrations of the Kilauea Iki inclusions is consistent with a model of rapid syneruptive cooling (the Kilauea cooling model curve on Figure 3 assumes a cooling rate of 3.9°C/s) such that only inclusions with radii <30 μm (i.e., smaller than any of the inclusions analyzed) would have their center compositions modified by boundary layer diffusion. 486, 1–14. As described in section “Characteristics of Chemical Zonation in the Melt Inclusions,” some inclusions exhibit hints of concave-up MgO profiles across their centers that could be indicative of a small amount of magma heating during ascent, but the Conflow model predicts monotonic cooling. A., Shimizu, N., Bucholz, C. E., and Newville, M. (2012). When waves approach an irregular shore, they are slowed down to varying degrees, depending on differences in the water depth, and as they slow, they are bent or refracted. Solid Earth 91, 509–513. doi: 10.1007/s004450050003. As the temperature drops, and providing that there is sodium left in the magma, the plagioclase that forms is a more sodium-rich variety. Prior to exsolution of a vapor phase, dT/dP of silicate liquid is relatively low (≤5°C/kbar). The reticulite is golden-brown in color with clast diameters from <1 cm to ∼20 cm, and it exhibits a distinctive open-cell polyhedral structure (i.e., similar to honeycomb) with vesicularities of ∼95–98 vol.% (May et al., 2015). We analyze the petrology and geochemistry of mafic enclaves from Shiveluch volcano in the Kamchatka peninsula to determine the differentiation histories of primitive magmas and to estimate their pressures, temperatures, and water contents. d. Mafic magma is more fluid, allowing gases to escape before they build up pressure. We also provide in the Supplementary Data Tables analyses of volatile concentrations in five olivine-hosted melt inclusions from Seguam volcano that were measured using the Cameca IMS 6f SIMS at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institute of Washington. We selected six olivine-hosted melt inclusions from tephra layer ρ17 of Stovall et al. For the subplinian Fuego eruption, we assume that the magma reaches sonic velocity at the surface (i.e., the theoretical maximum velocity). ), Kîlauea Volcano, Hawai‘i. Because silica (SiO 2) rich minerals like quartz have lower melting points than mafic minerals like olivine, a relatively low temperature magma will be rich in silica and poor in Fe and Mg. Conversely, a felsic magma can remain liquid at lower temperatures. 398:106872. (2007). Zhang, Y., Jenkins, J., and Xu, Z. Silicate melts are composed mainly of silicon, oxygen, aluminium, iron, magnesium, calcium, sodium, and potassium. Previously published determinations of magma decompression rates for the eruptions considered in this study indicate a range of linear decompression rates from ∼0.05 to 0.4 MPa/s (Lloyd et al., 2014; Ferguson et al., 2016; Newcombe et al., 2020). Many such olivine-liquid thermometers have been proposed (e.g., Roeder and Emslie, 1970; Ford et al., 1983; Beattie, 1993; Sugawara, 2000; Chen and Zhang, 2008; Putirka, 2008). Lett. Petrol. Bull. The Kilauea Iki fire-fountain eruption began on November 14, 1959, and its 16 main eruptive episodes spanned 36 days (Richter et al., 1970; Mueller et al., 2019). Volcanol. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2016.12.006, Hort, M., and Gardner, J. Petrol. In part, this is due to the assumption made by this conductive cooling model of a constant ambient temperature surrounding the pyroclasts of 30°C, while models of the temperature evolution of fire fountains and volcanic plumes suggest that the ambient temperature experienced by pyroclasts as they exit the conduit decreases from the eruption temperature to temperatures below the closure temperatures for H2O and MgO diffusion over time periods of ∼101 s (Hort and Gardner, 2000; Porritt et al., 2012; Ayris et al., 2014). The technique developed by Newcombe et al. This makes sense given the higher diffusivity, and hence lower closure temperature, of H2O. Moore, L. R., Gazel, E., Tuohy, R., Lloyd, A. S., Esposito, R., Steele-MacInnis, M., et al. “Reticulite-producing fountains from ring fractures in Kilauea Caldera ca. Despite the importance of the thermal evolution of magma as a control on eruptive processes (Costa et al., 2007; Vona et al., 2011; Shea and Hammer, 2013; La Spina et al., 2016; Bamber et al., 2020) and the post-entrapment evolution of melt inclusion volatile contents, petrologic studies of magma temperature changes during ascent and eruption are limited. Portland, OR: Portland State University. At Kilauea Iki, Conflow predicts that the magma undergoes very little cooling on ascent (Figure 8). For each eruption, we plot an overall best-fit thermal history determined by averaging the best-fit parameters for all of the individually fit melt inclusions. Plateaus in sulfur concentration observed along the profiles of melt embayments from Seguam suggest pre-eruptive stalling and/or crystallization of the Seguam magma at a range of depths. Ghiorso, M. S., and Sack, R. O. 400, 102–112. Confort 15 model of conduit dynamics: applications to Pantelleria Green Tuff and Etna 122 BC eruptions. (D) Relationship between dT/dP and volume fraction of vapor in the magma. Geophys. Results of thermal history fitting to MgO concentration gradients in melt inclusions using the model of Newcombe et al. 90, 1131–1138. (2017). Figure 17.2.4: Image by Dr. David Murphy. When Mafic Rock is heated to 1411.85 °C (melting point + 2 °C), it will turn into Magma. Geotherm. View all J. Mastin, L. G., and Ghiorso, M. S. (2001). Inclusions smaller than this critical radius should exhibit a trend of decreasing central MgO with decreasing inclusion size (assuming that all inclusions in a suite experience similar cooling rates and have similar initial MgO concentrations). J. Geophys. Mafic magma will cool and crystallize to produce the volcanic rock basalt, whereas felsic magma will crystallize to produce dacite and rhyolite. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2014.02.031, Hauri, E., Wang, J., Dixon, J. E., King, P. L., Mandeville, C., and Newman, S. (2002). Philipp Ruprecht is thanked for his support and mentorship. (2010), which is able to reproduce experimental data within a factor of ∼2, so we consider the Chen and Zhang (2008) parameterization of DMgO to be acceptable for our Kilauea melt inclusions. Water-in-olivine magma ascent chronometry: every crystal is a clock. Of the melt inclusions selected, four were previously characterized for major, minor, and volatile element concentrations by Lloyd et al. Models and experiments by Ayris et al. Am. Here, we instead adopt the olivine-liquid thermometer of Sugawara (2000), which has the advantages of being calibrated over a wider range of olivine and melt compositions than the thermometer of Chen and Zhang (2008) and of being easy to implement due to the simplicity of the parameterization for which temperature and liquid MgO content are the only variables. All analyses were corrected for inter-run calibration offsets using factors determined by replicate analyses of in-house, hydrous basaltic glass standards FR:ND-60-01 and MR:ND-70-01 (Lloyd et al., 2013; Ferguson et al., 2016). doi: 10.1007/s00445-010-0426-z. Geochim. If any melting takes place, crystal settling will make the magma at the bottom of the chamber more mafic than it was to begin with (Figure 3.3.6c). Geochemical evolution of Keanakāko’i Tephra, Kîlauea Volcano, Hawai ‘i. Mineral. A selection of basaltic and basaltic andesitic glasses with well-characterized major element and volatile contents were used as standards (see Supplementary Data Tables). (2008). 64, 410–422. As the temperature decreases, the MgO concentration in the melt at the edge of the inclusion evolves according to the temperature-dependent partition coefficient of MgO between melt and olivine (Newcombe et al., 2014). Sci. doi: 10.1007/s00410-012-0800-2, Lloyd, A. S., Ferriss, E., Ruprecht, P., Hauri, E. H., Jicha, B. R., and Plank, T. (2016a). One possibility is that post-fragmentation cooling of tephra in subplinian ash columns could be slower than post-fragmentation cooling in fire-fountain plumes. Plagioclase-melt thermometry also reveals apparent temperature increases during magma ascent at Soufrière Hills, Mount Unzen, and Izu Oshima (Humphreys et al., 2016); however, Humphreys et al. Geotherm. Lett. It is notable that the best-fit cooling durations for the ash-derived melt inclusions are significantly longer than the <1 s post-eruptive cooling duration calculated by the conductive cooling model employed by Lloyd et al. We note that the assumption made by the Conflow model of isentropic ascent produces maximal cooling because the model neglects to account for heat-producing processes such as crystallization and also prevents the loss of vapor from the system (Mastin and Ghiorso, 2001). c. are less viscous than mafic magmas. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2004.09.009, Kress, V. C., and Ghiorso, M. S. (1995). Contrib. Melt inclusions from the subplinian eruptions (Fuego and the Keanakāko’i layer 6 deposit) experienced longer durations of syneruptive cooling and higher magma decompression rates on average than inclusions from the fire-fountain eruptions (Seguam, Kilauea Iki, and the Keanakāko’i Reticulite). This behavior is more likely to occur in wet magmas in which DMgO is enhanced (see section “Effect of Water Addition and Major Element Composition on the Diffusivity of MgO in Basaltic Melt”) and in magmas that ascend slowly enough to provide time for MgO variations to diffusively homogenize. Vancouver, WA: U.S. Geological Survey. doi: 10.1130/g24149a.1, Ayris, P. M., Delmelle, P., Cimarelli, C., Maters, E. C., Suzuki, Y. J., and Dingwell, D. B. • We have used MgO concentration gradients in olivine-hosted melt inclusions to estimate syneruptive T-t paths of mafic magmas erupted at Fuego, Seguam, and Kilauea volcanoes. (B) Best-fit cooling rates obtained by fitting MgO concentration gradients in olivine-hosted melt inclusions to a one-stage linear cooling model. Data and model fits for all melt inclusions are provided in the Supplement. The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) and the copyright owner(s) are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in accordance with accepted academic practice. J. Geophys. doi: 10.1130/g32992.1. Mafic magma also has high mean temperatures, between 1000o and 2000o Celsius (1832o and 3632o Fahrenheit), which contributes to its lower viscosity. The upper part of this stack is made up of rock that resisted erosion, and that rock has protected a small pedestal of underlying softer rock. 59, 327–344. Mineral. YZ fit the results of the piston cylinder experiment. Mass balance calculations indicate that the width of the olivine growth rim produced during syneruptive cooling is typically ∼1% of the radius of the inclusion such that the movement of the olivine-melt boundary can safely be neglected (Newcombe et al., 2014). NBS/NRC Steam Tables: Thermodynamic and Transport Properties and Computer Programs for Vapor and Liquid States of Water in SI Units. The most common felsic rock is granite. Acta 75, 3214–3236. As the temperature and pressure drop during emplacement and cooling of the magma a separate aqueous phase will exsolve. For the few inclusions that appear to have undergone syneruptive post-entrapment crystallization (Seg1-MI2; Seg6-MI2; Seg6-MI3), we assume an MgO concentration implied by equilibrium with their olivine host. A brief description of the three eruptions is provided below. Volcanol. Similar techniques could be applied to silicic systems (e.g., Blundy et al., 2006; Myers et al., 2018), where higher melt viscosities may produce different behaviors on magma ascent (e.g., higher shear heating and increased vapor retention). As a result, eruptions of volcanoes made of mafic lavas are … That energy is evenly spaced out in the deep water, but because of refraction, the energy of the waves—which moves perpendicular to the wave crests—is being focused on the headlands (Frank Island and Cox Point in this case). Melt inclusions and their host olivine phenocrysts were analyzed for major, minor, and trace elements using a Cameca SX100 microprobe (EMP) at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). Thermal histories of syneruptive magmas from Fuego, Seguam, and Kilauea Iki, as determined by fitting melt inclusion MgO concentration gradients to one-stage (red dashed lines) and two-stage (blue lines) cooling models, and as calculated by the ‘Conflow’ model (Mastin and Ghiorso, 2000; Campagnola et al., 2016) (black curves). Based on these modeling efforts, we consider it unlikely that the longer thermal histories we observe for our subplinian eruptions are a result of slower post-fragmentation cooling. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2008.07.014, Costa, A., Melnik, O., and Vedeneeva, E. (2007). The minimum timescale required for re-homogenization of a ∼102 μm diameter inclusion at magmatic temperatures is only ∼102 min (Newcombe et al., 2014), much shorter than the hours to years available for melt re-homogenization during residence of the inclusion in a magma chamber (Danyushevsky et al., 2000, 2002; Lynn et al., 2017; Rasmussen et al., 2018). Mafic magmas are low in silica and contain more dark, magnesium and iron rich mafic minerals, such as olivine and pyroxene. Models in which the net temperature change during magma ascent is 0°C (prior to quenching) provide a reasonably good match to the MgO profile measured in Seg5-MI1 (Figures 10A,B). Geochim. The next stages of this process would be the continued landward erosion of the sea cliffs and the complete erosion of the stacks and wave-cut platforms in favour of a continuous nearly straight coast. We are grateful to Adrian Fiege at the American Museum of Natural History for his help with the electron microprobe analyses, and to Jianhua Wang at the Carnegie Institution for Science for his help with the SIMS and nanoSIMS analyses. 74, 19–38. Geosyst. doi: 10.2138/am-2015-5029, Wilding, M., Dingwell, D., Batiza, R., and Wilson, L. (2000). Transient, One-Dimensional Heat Conduction in a Convectively Cooled Sphere. We aimed to minimize this effect while maximizing the spatial resolution and precision of our major element analyses by reducing the on-peak counting time for Na to 5s and by analyzing sodium during the first pass of analyses. Campagnola, S., Romano, C., Mastin, L., and Vona, A. CC BY. Geochim. a. Mafic magma is hotter, allowing gases to remain dissolved in the magma. The transition between Hawaiian-style lava fountaining and Strombolian explosive activity. Lett. “Temperature variations in isentropic (Adiabatic) uprise of Magma,” in Proceedings of the AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, Washington, DC. The Canadian Mineralogist 37, 619 –34. The Bowen reaction series is one of the results of his work, and even a century later, it is an important basis for our understanding of igneous rocks. Rasmussen, D. J., Plank, T. A., Wallace, P. J., Newcombe, M. E., and Lowenstern, J. Sci. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2011.11.009, Toplis, M. J. Res. It is possible that the collapsing foam model could apply to the Keanakāko’i basal reticulite and the Keanakāko’i layer 6 deposit, both of which exhibit longer cooling durations (∼44–67 s) than those observed at Kilauea Iki; however, as noted in section “Samples From Kilauea Volcano (Hawaii),” the formation of reticulite is estimated to occur in <20 s (Mangan and Cashman, 1996), so textural constraints suggest that expansion of a foam layer in the conduit may not be a viable explanation for the relatively long thermal histories observed for the Keanakāko’i basal reticulite. The dimensions and dynamics of volcanic eruption columns. Volcanol. B. Res. Amphibole inclusions in high forsterite olivine suggest … We have applied this technique to the study of melt inclusions erupted by arc and ocean island volcanoes, including the 1974 subplinian eruption of Fuego volcano; the 1977 fire-fountain eruption of Seguam volcano; and three eruptions of Kilauea volcano (episode 1 of the 1959 Kilauea Iki fire-fountain eruption, the 1500 CE vigorous fire-fountain eruption, and the 1650 CE subplinian eruption). Studies of ascent and syneruptive temperature changes at volcanoes with a wider variety of eruptive styles (e.g., Plinian eruptions) and magma compositions will be required to test the validity of this hypothesized trend. (2015) find evidence for ∼20°C of cooling followed by ∼20°C of heating during magma ascent just prior to the 2007 effusive eruption of Stromboli, Italy (e.g., their Figure 1). Lower temperature magmas have higher viscosity than higher temperature magmas (viscosity decreases with increasing temperature of the magma). 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