[unav_all] AGU 2019 Session: V026. Interactions between Magmatism, Tectonics, and Faulting in Rifts, Arcs, Ridges, Calderas, and Volcanic Fields

Wauthier, Christelle cuw25 at psu.edu
Wed Jun 19 14:17:36 UTC 2019

Dear colleagues,

We wish to invite you contributing your AGU Fall Meeting abstract to the following session focusing on magma-tectonic interactions:

Session Title: V026. Interactions between Magmatism, Tectonics, and Faulting in Rifts, Arcs, Ridges, Calderas, and Volcanic Fields

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Conveners: Christelle Wauthier (Pennsylvania State University), James Muirhead (Syracuse University), Joël Ruch (University of Geneva), and Sarah Jaye Oliva (Tulane University)

The AGU 2019 abstract submission is now open!

Interactions between magmatism, tectonics, and faulting occur at different temporal and spatial scales, as they are observed from individual volcanoes to plate boundaries, during single eruptive events or over centuries. However, our current understanding is still limited due to a lack of integrated approaches. Field, geodetic, and modeling studies suggest that earthquakes can trigger volcanic eruptions and intrusions through static and dynamic stress transfer. Conversely, magmatic activity can generate earthquakes via stress changes in surrounding country rock. In rifting events, magmatic fluids can release tectonic stresses and also be influenced by pre-existing fracture zones. Finally, the combined effects of magmatic, gravitational, and tectonic stresses can trigger caldera and volcano flank collapse. We strongly encourage multidisciplinary studies integrating geodesy, structural geology, volcanology, geochemistry, seismology, stress analysis, and/or modeling (numerical and analogical) to decipher relationships between magmatic, tectonic, and faulting processes at different temporal and spatial scales.

We are looking forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

Christelle Wauthier, James Muirhead, Joël Ruch, and Sarah Jaye Oliva


Dr Christelle Wauthier

Assistant Professor
Department of Geosciences and Institute for CyberScience
The Pennsylvania State University

Phone: (814) 863-6649

cuw25 at psu.edu<mailto:cwauthier at dtm.ciw.edu>

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