Piton de los angeles Fournaise and Karthala are either safeguard volcanoes within the southwest Indian Ocean. This book summarizes the paintings performed on those very energetic basaltic volcanoes. Piton de los angeles Fournaise has an extended background of clinical examine and tracking, with many information gathered in the course of contemporary eruptions. it truly is one in all the main studied volcanoes on the planet. The paintings offered during this monograph contains geological, geophysical, geochemical and petrological features, but additionally experiences on actual geography, common risks and the sociological and behavioural approaches.'
The Karthala volcano will be much less renowned, however it serves as an engaging comparability to Piton de l. a. Fournaise. even supposing located just about the volcanoes of Hawaii, it differs from them by way of its extra alkaline magmas and no more widespread job. It was once additionally monitored for greater than 25 years, generating outstanding eruptions in recent times.
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In: A Roussin (ed), Album de l’Ile de la Réunion, Saint-Denis, vol 4, p 118 Jean M (1935) Les éruptions de 1931–1934 à la Réunion. An Phys du Globe de la France d’outre-mer: 147–154 Jean M (1946) Sur l’éruption intra-cratèrienne du 18 juin-juillet 1946 du Piton de la Fournaise (La Réunion). C R Acad Sci Paris T223:913–915 Kieffer G, Tricot B, Vincent PM (1977) Une éruption inhabituelle (avril 1977) du Piton de la Fournaise (Ile de la Réunion): ses enseignements volcanologiques et structuraux. C R Acad Sci Paris, 285 série D: 957–960 Kieffer G, Vincent PM (1978) L’éruption d’octobre-novembre 1977 du Piton de la Fournaise (île de la Réunion): une éruption terminale sans cratère terminal.
They have built four huge submarine bulges to the east, north, west, and south of the island. They form fans 20–30 km wide at the coastline and 100–150 km wide at their ends, 70–80 km offshore. For Oehler et al. (2008), they were built gradually by the superimposition and/or juxtaposition of products moved during landslide episodes, involving up to several hundred cubic kilometres of material. Around 50 individual event deposits have been recognized by Oehler et al. (2008). About one third are interpreted as secondary landslides, affecting previously emplaced debris avalanches.
5 km on the northern flank and a few hundreds of meters on the eastern flanks. 2 Les Alizés Volcano Les Alizés volcano is a buried volcano whose existence is still debated in the scientiﬁc community (Lebas 2012; Salvany et al. 2012). The speculations started with the discovery of a large positive gravity anomaly near the eastern coast of Piton de la Fournaise volcano (Gérard et al. 1980; Rousset et al. 1989) (Fig. 2b), in the area called Grand Brûlé. A drill hole provided the proof that the structure responsible for the gravity anomaly was actually a hypovolcanic intrusive complex, mostly composed of gabbros and cumulates (Rançon et al.