We invite multidisciplinary contributions - both observational (seismology, geodetics, geobarometry etc.) and modelling (computational, analogue etc.) - on magma transport in the crust through dykes and sills. Understanding dykes and sills is vital as they serve both as the conduits that feed eruptions (and must be monitored to evaluate volcanic hazards), and as the bodies that build the crust. Although considerable uncertainties in our understanding of magma plumbing systems remain, recent events in Iceland (2014 Bárðarbunga-Holuhraun rifting event) have demonstrated how progress can be made by combining diverse observations from traditionally distinct disciplines.

Co-organized as SM6.8
Convener: Jennifer Woods | Co-conveners: David Neave, Robert S White
| Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Room D2
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X2

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X2

Chairperson: David Neave
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Asier Madarieta Churruca, Germán Cervigón-Tomico, Iván Cabrera-Pérez, Cecilia Morales-Ocaña, David Martínez van Dorth, and Monika Przeor
Hall X2
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Changes in seismic signals from dykes and conduits during eruptive episodes
Jurgen Neuberg, Shu Hui Yeo, and Alice Smith
Hall X2
Hall X2
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Henry Eves, David Healy, and Malcolm Hole
Hall X2
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Gautier Nicoli, Zoja Vukmanovic, Jerome Neufeld, and Marian Holness
Hall X2
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Manuela Nazzari, Flavio Di Stefano, Silvio Mollo, Piergiorgio Scarlato, Vanni Tecchiato, Ben Ellis, Olivier Bachmann, and Carmelo Ferlito
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Didier Laporte, Olgeir Sigmarsson, Baptiste Haddadi, Antoine Mathieu, and Franck Pointud