A multi-disciplinary discussion meeting to discuss the state-of-the-art in our understanding of the form and behaviour of magmatic systems. Accumulating evidence suggests that magmatic systems are trans-crustal, complex, heterogeneous, assembled on long timescales and reorganised during recharge events before eruptions. This view has important implications for research including volcano monitoring, layered intrusions, crustal formation and ore deposit formation.
Information on the speakers and programme are available below. Recorded audio of the presentations are available below. Meeting papers will be published in a future volume of Philosophical Transactions A.
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