Holocene-Neogene volcanism in northeastern Australia: Chronology and eruption history
Quaternary and late Neogene volcanism is widespread in northeastern Australia, producing at least 397 eruptions covering more than 20,000 km², including at least 20 flows over 50 km long. Despite this abundance of young volcanism, before this study numerous eruptions had tentative ages or were undated, and the area requires a comprehensive evaluation of eruption patterns through time. To help address these issues we applied multi-collector ARGUS-V ⁴⁰Ar/³⁹Ar geochronology to determine the age of...[Show more]
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