New Research Topic of Frontiers in Earth Science

A new Research Topic of Frontiers in Earth Science (Impact Factor 2.892, CiteScore 2.74) has been launched on 12 June 2020. 

Basaltic Volcanism: From Magmatic Processes to Eruptive Styles (editors R. A. Corsaro, A. Peltier, C. M. Petrone and A. J. Pietruszka). 

“Understanding the links between volcanic phenomena (e.g., type, intensity, and location of eruption), real-time monitoring data (i.e., gas fluxes, changes in lava or tephra chemistry, seismic signals, and ground deformation), and the processes that govern the plumbing system’s behaviour is crucial to progress in volcanic hazard assessment and mitigation. This Research Topic aims to bridge the gap between magmatic processes and their surficial manifestation (i.e., eruption type and style) by investigating pre-eruptive magma dynamics and petrologic processes in the plumbing system of a basaltic volcano and, where possible, linking them to data acquired on the surface, mostly by means of monitoring networks”.

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The main deadlines are: 
Abstract Submission: 25 August 2020
Manuscript submission: 25 December 2020