Supplemental material: Rhyolites—Hard to produce, but easy to recycle and sequester: Integrating microgeochemical observations and numerical models
journal contributionposted on 29.08.2014 by I.N. Bindeman, A.G. Simakin
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Geosphere, October 2014, v. 10, p. 930-957, doi:10.1130/GES00969.1, Supplemental File 2 - A simulation of the bridge failure by “melting it through” without considering gravity or stress fields leading to subsequent mixing. The lower magma is a hot rhyolite with T=870°C, the upper is cold, near solidus rhyolite with T=730°C, the green bridge is solid, higher melting T.